桑 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 桑 mean?

"Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."

How to read 桑?

Kunyomi... くわ/kuwa

Onyomi... ソウ/so

jinmeikun...

* There are two typical ways of reading kanji, kun-yomi and on-yomi. In addition, there is a reading system called "jinmei kun" which is used only for names.

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桑 / related names

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Name:
soma
Katakana:
ソウマ

Kanji:
桑蒔
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Sow seeds
Name:
soan
Katakana:
ソウアン

Kanji:
桑安
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Peaceful. Quiet. Calm. Calm and relaxed, without anxiety. To reassure. To calm the mind. Peacefulness. To enjoy. To indulge. Prefer. inexpensive. Affordable.
Name:
kuwako
Katakana:
クワコ

Kanji:
桑子
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Children
Name:
soko
Katakana:
ソウコ

Kanji:
桑子
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Children
Name:
soichiro
Katakana:
ソウイチロウ

Kanji:
桑一朗
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • One. The first. Kanji for the number 1 (one). To be the most superior. To begin, to put things together.
  • Cheerful. Explicit. A bright, cheerful personality. A beautiful, unclouded appearance. Honest. Clear-hearted. A clear voice.
Name:
soko
Katakana:
ソウコウ

Kanji:
桑高
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • High. High in position. Tall. High in grade, degree, value, etc. Having passed through time. Noble. To be noble. A word that expresses respect for others.
Name:
soshi
Katakana:
ソウシ

Kanji:
桑枝
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Branch. To divide. To branch off. To break into pieces. A thing that has split off. Limbs.
Name:
sosuke
Katakana:
ソウスケ

Kanji:
桑亮
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Clear. Bright. Clearly. A clear appearance. True. Help.
Name:
sosuke
Katakana:
ソウスケ

Kanji:
桑介
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Help. A person who helps. To be near, to accompany. to take care of. To intercede. To make friends with. to separate. to separate. to be firm. To protect tightly. Something that covers the outside to protect oneself. boundary. border.
Name:
sosuke
Katakana:
ソウスケ

Kanji:
桑助
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Help. To lend help. To get out of a dangerous situation. To save.
Name:
sosuke
Katakana:
ソウスケ

Kanji:
桑輔
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • To help. Give strength.
Name:
sozo
Katakana:
ソウゾウ

Kanji:
桑三
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Three. The third. Kanji to represent the number 3 (three).Again. Again and again. Many times.
Name:
sota
Katakana:
ソウタ

Kanji:
桑大
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Big. Large. Large in number or quantity. Greatly. Valuable. Important. Excellent. Splendid. Very much. Much. (Power or force) strong. long time. To be high in rank or position.
Name:
sota
Katakana:
ソウタ

Kanji:
桑太
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
soma
Katakana:
ソウマ

Kanji:
桑摩
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Scrub
Name:
soma
Katakana:
ソウマ

Kanji:
桑磨
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Polishing. Make it beautiful with care. To work hard at something or study. To wear away.
Name:
soma
Katakana:
ソウマ

Kanji:
桑舞
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Dance. To inspire. Encourage. To toy with. Do as you wish.
Name:
soma
Katakana:
ソウマ

Kanji:
桑馬
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Horse. A metaphor for something big. A metaphor for something lowly.
Name:
soma
Katakana:
ソウマ

Kanji:
桑麻
Meaning:
  • "Maluberry (a kind of tree). A deciduous tree of the mulberry family. The leaves are used as fodder for silkworms."
  • Hemp. An annual herbaceous plant of the mulberry family. General term for plants resembling hemp. Numb.

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