清 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 清 mean?

Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.

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How to read 清?

Kunyomi... きよい/kiyoi,きよまる/kiyomaru,きよめる/kiyomeru,さやか/sayaka, すむ/sumu

Onyomi... セイ/sei,ショウ/sho,シン/shin

jinmeikun... kiyo, kiyoshi, sumi, sumu, suga,

* 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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清 / related names

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Name:
kiyora
Katakana:
キヨラ

Kanji:
清良
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Good. Excellent. Favorable. Loving. Gentle. Somewhat. Fair.
Name:
sayano
Katakana:
サヤノ

Kanji:
清乃
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • In other words. For that reason. So. A long time ago. In the past. You. A second-person pronoun for a person of equal or inferior status. The word for "no" is used in particles.
Name:
kiyoharu
Katakana:
キヨハル

Kanji:
清玄
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Black color. Black with a reddish tinge. Dark. The color of heaven. Deep. Distant. Far away.
Name:
sayaka
Katakana:
サヤカ

Kanji:
清か
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
Name:
kiyoka
Katakana:
キヨカ

Kanji:
清花
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
Name:
sayaka
Katakana:
サヤカ

Kanji:
清花
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
Name:
sumito
Katakana:
スミト

Kanji:
清斗
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Ladle. A tool with a handle for scooping water or alcohol. A square for measuring the amount of grain, liquid, etc. A unit of capacity, 1斗 is about 18 liters. The name of a constellation, such as the Big Dipper or the South Star. Small. The name of a constellation. Suddenly.
Name:
kiyomi
Katakana:
キヨミ

Kanji:
清海
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Sea. Wide and large. A place where many people and things gather. A large lake or pond. A large lake or pond. A frontier. The end of the earth.
Name:
sayaka
Katakana:
サヤカ

Kanji:
清華
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Flower. Gorgeous. Beautiful. Eye-catching. Excellent and beautiful. White powder. Chinese self-designation.
Name:
seigo
Katakana:
セイゴ

Kanji:
清冴
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Brilliant. Clear. Brisk. Cold. A parable of the intelligent and dignified.
Name:
sei
Katakana:
セイ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
Name:
sayaka
Katakana:
サヤカ

Kanji:
清楓
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Maple. A general term for plants of the genus Acer in the family Aceraceae.
Name:
seika
Katakana:
セイカ

Kanji:
清樺
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Birch tree. A general term for plants of the birch family.
Name:
kazukiyo
Katakana:
カズキヨ

Kanji:
一清
Meaning:
  • One. The first. Kanji for the number 1 (one). To be the most superior. To begin, to put things together.
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
Name:
kiyomi
Katakana:
キヨミ

Kanji:
清美
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Beautiful. Excellent. Splendid. Delicious.
Name:
seijuro
Katakana:
セイジュウロウ

Kanji:
清十郎
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Ten. Kanji character for the number 10 (ten). The next number after nine. A large number. A number of things. A shape in which lines intersect vertically and horizontally.
  • Male. Men. Young men. A word that refers broadly to boys. A retainer.
Name:
sho
Katakana:
ショウ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
Name:
suzuho
Katakana:
スズホ

Kanji:
清穂
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • An ear of grain. The part of a grain stalk at the end of which flowers and fruits are produced.
Name:
kyoka
Katakana:
キョウカ

Kanji:
清香
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Scent. Good smell, fragrant. Aromatic. A scented object that produces a fragrance.
Name:
kiyomi
Katakana:
キヨミ

Kanji:
清美
Meaning:
  • Clean. To be free from muck and dirt. Clean and righteous in mind and conduct. Refreshing. To put away. tidy up. To purify. Name of a Chinese dynasty.
  • Beautiful. Excellent. Splendid. Delicious.

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