桜 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 桜 mean?

Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".

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How to read 桜?

Kunyomi... さくら/sakura

Onyomi... オウ/o

jinmeikun... o, sa,

* 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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桜 / related names

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Name:
mio
Katakana:
ミオ

Kanji:
未桜
Meaning:
  • Not yet. Sheep of the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
mio
Katakana:
ミオ

Kanji:
美桜
Meaning:
  • Beautiful. Excellent. Splendid. Delicious.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
rio
Katakana:
リオ

Kanji:
鈴桜
Meaning:
  • A bell. A device that is rung by shaking it.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
mio
Katakana:
ミオ

Kanji:
実桜
Meaning:
  • Fruit of plants and trees. Seeds of plants and trees. The production of fruits and seeds. Fruitfulness. To be full. To flourish. To have enough. Abundant. Wealth. Truthfulness. True. Truthfulness.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
sakura
Katakana:
サクラ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
sakura
Katakana:
サクラ

Kanji:
桜良
Meaning:
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
  • Good. Excellent. Favorable. Loving. Gentle. Somewhat. Fair.
Name:
mao
Katakana:
マオ

Kanji:
舞桜
Meaning:
  • Dance. To inspire. Encourage. To toy with. Do as you wish.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
chio
Katakana:
チオ

Kanji:
千桜
Meaning:
  • Thousand. Kanji character for the number 1000 (thousand).A unit of number. A large number. Many. Various appearances.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
rio
Katakana:
リオ

Kanji:
里桜
Meaning:
  • Village. Countryside. Hometown. The family home of a wife or son-in-law. A pathway that runs vertically and horizontally. Paths. A unit of distance.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
rion
Katakana:
リオン

Kanji:
梨桜
Meaning:
  • Pear. A deciduous tree of the rose family.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
sakura
Katakana:
サクラ

Kanji:
桜空
Meaning:
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
  • Sky. Atmosphere. Heaven. Big. Wide. Empty. No substance. Meaningless. Useless. In Buddhism, something without substance or essence. A thing related to aviation.
Name:
rio
Katakana:
リオ

Kanji:
莉桜
Meaning:
  • Jasmine (a kind of flower). A character used for jasmine.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
mao
Katakana:
マオ

Kanji:
万桜
Meaning:
  • 10000. Kanji character for the number 10000 (ten thousand). A unit of number. A large number or quantity. Sufficient. Enough. All. Various. All. Anything. Never. Always. Never. No matter what happens.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
sakura
Katakana:
サクラ

Kanji:
桜來
Meaning:
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
  • Come. From now on. Until now.
Name:
nao
Katakana:
ナオ

Kanji:
奈桜
Meaning:
  • Red apple. The name of a fruit tree called "kara-nashi. A word expressing a question or antonym.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
reo
Katakana:
レオ

Kanji:
怜桜
Meaning:
  • Smart. clever. To pity.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
oga
Katakana:
オウガ

Kanji:
桜雅
Meaning:
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
  • Elegant. Correct. Always. A word of respect for others.
Name:
rio
Katakana:
リオ

Kanji:
凛桜
Meaning:
  • dignified. Having a dignified attitude. Solemn. Crisp and tightly cold.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
mao
Katakana:
マオ

Kanji:
茉桜
Meaning:
  • Jasmine. A small evergreen shrub of the Moraceae family.
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
Name:
osuke
Katakana:
オウスケ

Kanji:
桜典
Meaning:
  • Cherry blossom. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "spiritual beauty" and "a good education".
  • Books. Documents. Handbooks. Rules. Traditions. Rituals. Etiquette. To be the same as usual. To be in order. To be in order. To pawn something.

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