鞠 / Japanese Kanji Meanings & Readings

What does 鞠 mean?

Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.

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How to read 鞠?

Kunyomi... まり/mari,やしなう/yashinau,かがむ/kagamu,とりしらべる/torishiraberu

Onyomi... キク/kiku

jinmeikun... tsugu, mitsu,

* 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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鞠 / related names

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Name:
himari
Katakana:
ヒマリ

Kanji:
日鞠
Meaning:
  • The sun. Sunlight. A day from sunrise to sunset. One day and night. Day. Every day. Weather. Sky patterns. Things in Japan.
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
Name:
himari
Katakana:
ヒマリ

Kanji:
灯鞠
Meaning:
  • Light. A fire to brighten. A device to make light come out. Something that illuminates the world.
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
Name:
himari
Katakana:
ヒマリ

Kanji:
妃鞠
Meaning:
  • Princess. Wife of the Crown Prince. Also, the wife of an imperial or royal family member. The honorific title of a goddess.
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
Name:
marika
Katakana:
マリカ

Kanji:
鞠佳
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
  • Beautiful. Good in shape. Excellent. Splendid. The time is just right. Congratulations.
Name:
himari
Katakana:
ヒマリ

Kanji:
陽鞠
Meaning:
  • Sun. Sunlight. The side where the sun shines. Warm. Bright. Whenever. Active and proactive. The positive pole of electricity and magnetism.
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
Name:
maria
Katakana:
マリア

Kanji:
鞠亜
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
  • Next. Near. Similar. Companions. Branching point. Abbreviation for Asia (Asia).
Name:
marika
Katakana:
マリカ

Kanji:
鞠花
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
Name:
mari
Katakana:
マリ

Kanji:
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
Name:
mari
Katakana:
マリイ

Kanji:
鞠衣
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
  • A garment. Something to wear. A jacket. Something to cover the outside.
Name:
marina
Katakana:
マリナ

Kanji:
鞠菜
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
  • Vegetable. A general term for vegetables whose leaves, stems, roots, and other parts are eaten. Side dish.
Name:
himari
Katakana:
ヒマリ

Kanji:
姫鞠
Meaning:
  • Princess. Daughter of a heavenly child. Daughter of a person of high rank. An honorific title for a woman of high rank. A beautiful woman. A beautiful name for a woman. A word for something small or lovely.
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
Name:
himari
Katakana:
ヒマリ

Kanji:
緋鞠
Meaning:
  • Scarlet. Dark red. Red colored silk.
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
Name:
marian
Katakana:
マリアン

Kanji:
鞠杏
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
  • Apricot. Name of fruit tree. A small deciduous tree of the rose family. The language of this flower is "timid love", "doubt" and "distrust".
Name:
hanamari
Katakana:
ハナマリ

Kanji:
花鞠
Meaning:
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
Name:
temari
Katakana:
テマリ

Kanji:
天鞠
Meaning:
  • Heaven. The infinite space that covers the earth. The sky. The universe. The world. Nature. The laws of nature. Climate. Sky patterns. By birth. Ruler of the universe. The ruler of all things. Monarch. Prince. Destiny. Fate. The place where God resides. The top. The highest part.
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
Name:
marina
Katakana:
マリナ

Kanji:
鞠奈
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
  • Red apple. The name of a fruit tree called "kara-nashi. A word expressing a question or antonym.
Name:
emari
Katakana:
エマリ

Kanji:
笑鞠
Meaning:
  • Smiles. Laugh. A word expressing humility.
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
Name:
marinosuke
Katakana:
マリノスケ

Kanji:
鞠之亮
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
  • Go. A word that refers to a person, thing, or thing. A word denoting a subject or modification.
  • Clear. Bright. Clearly. A clear appearance. True. Help.
Name:
marinosuke
Katakana:
マリノスケ

Kanji:
鞠之介
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
  • Go. A word that refers to a person, thing, or thing. A word denoting a subject or modification.
  • 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:
marinosuke
Katakana:
マリノスケ

Kanji:
鞠之佐
Meaning:
  • Ball. Something round like a ball. The thorny outer skin that surrounds the fruit.
  • Go. A word that refers to a person, thing, or thing. A word denoting a subject or modification.
  • Auxiliary. To help. To support and help by your side. To encourage.

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