萌 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 萌 mean?

Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.

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How to read 萌?

Kunyomi... めぐむ/megumu,めばえ/mebae,きざす/kizasu,もえる/moeru,もやし/moyashi,たみ/tami

Onyomi... ボウ/bo,ホウ/ho

jinmeikun... me, megumi, megumu, memi, moe,

* 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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萌 / related names

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Name:
mei
Katakana:
メイ

Kanji:
萌衣
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • A garment. Something to wear. A jacket. Something to cover the outside.
Name:
momoka
Katakana:
モモカ

Kanji:
萌々花
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Repetition symbol. The second Chinese character in the leapfrog, meaning repetition. Long. Prolonged. Various.
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
Name:
momoka
Katakana:
モモカ

Kanji:
萌々華
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Repetition symbol. The second Chinese character in the leapfrog, meaning repetition. Long. Prolonged. Various.
  • Flower. Gorgeous. Beautiful. Eye-catching. Excellent and beautiful. White powder. Chinese self-designation.
Name:
momoka
Katakana:
モモカ

Kanji:
萌々香
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Repetition symbol. The second Chinese character in the leapfrog, meaning repetition. Long. Prolonged. Various.
  • Scent. Good smell, fragrant. Aromatic. A scented object that produces a fragrance.
Name:
momoka
Katakana:
モモカ

Kanji:
萌花
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
Name:
natsume
Katakana:
ナツメ

Kanji:
夏萌
Meaning:
  • Summer. It is one of the four seasons. Big. Prosperous. The name of a dynasty or country in China. China's own name.
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
Name:
mone
Katakana:
モネ

Kanji:
萌音
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Sound. Tone. Voice. News.
Name:
moka
Katakana:
モカ

Kanji:
萌花
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
Name:
honoka
Katakana:
ホノカ

Kanji:
萌香
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Scent. Good smell, fragrant. Aromatic. A scented object that produces a fragrance.
Name:
moe
Katakana:
モエ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
Name:
momoka
Katakana:
モモカ

Kanji:
萌々楓
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Repetition symbol. The second Chinese character in the leapfrog, meaning repetition. Long. Prolonged. Various.
  • Maple. A general term for plants of the genus Acer in the family Aceraceae.
Name:
ayame
Katakana:
アヤメ

Kanji:
絢萌
Meaning:
  • Gorgeous. Glittering and beautiful. A beautiful pattern in a textile.
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
Name:
mei
Katakana:
メイ

Kanji:
萌泉
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Spring. Water that gushes out of the ground, source. Source of water. Hot spring. The other world. The underworld.
Name:
merina
Katakana:
メリナ

Kanji:
萌梨菜
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Pear. A deciduous tree of the rose family.
  • Vegetable. A general term for vegetables whose leaves, stems, roots, and other parts are eaten. Side dish.
Name:
momona
Katakana:
モモナ

Kanji:
萌々菜
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Repetition symbol. The second Chinese character in the leapfrog, meaning repetition. Long. Prolonged. Various.
  • Vegetable. A general term for vegetables whose leaves, stems, roots, and other parts are eaten. Side dish.
Name:
moeka
Katakana:
モエカ

Kanji:
萌香
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Scent. Good smell, fragrant. Aromatic. A scented object that produces a fragrance.
Name:
mei
Katakana:
メイ

Kanji:
萌生
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Live. To be born. Born. To grow. Life. A living thing. Pure. Unadulterated. Fresh. Unprocessed. Unripe. A person who is learning or practicing.
Name:
hono
Katakana:
ホノ

Kanji:
萌乃
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • 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:
monika
Katakana:
モニカ

Kanji:
萌仁香
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Compassion. Kindness. People. A word used with respect to a person. The heart of a person. Humanity. A person who has virtue.
  • Scent. Good smell, fragrant. Aromatic. A scented object that produces a fragrance.
Name:
monami
Katakana:
モナミ

Kanji:
萌波
Meaning:
  • Budding. The buds of plants and trees appear. Things begin to happen.
  • Waves. The motion of the surface of water. Something that moves like a wave. Something that is transmitted like a wave.

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