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150 names found.

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Name:
kenshiro
Katakana:
ケンシロウ

Kanji:
拳史郎
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • History. History books. Documents. Records. A person who is in charge of records. Florid. Beautiful.
  • Male. Men. Young men. A word that refers broadly to boys. A retainer.
Name:
kentaro
Katakana:
ケンタロウ

Kanji:
拳太朗
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
  • Cheerful. Explicit. A bright, cheerful personality. A beautiful, unclouded appearance. Honest. Clear-hearted. A clear voice.
Name:
kenta
Katakana:
ケンタ

Kanji:
拳汰
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Sort them out. Washing with water to separate the good from the bad. to wash away. To make cloudy. To add to. More than a minute. Too many.
Name:
kenta
Katakana:
ケンタ

Kanji:
拳多
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Many. Increase. Recognize them as highly valuable. Be grateful. Praise. To win. Respect. Thick. Deeply. Exactly. Just that.
Name:
kenzo
Katakana:
ケンゾウ

Kanji:
拳造
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Creation
Name:
kenzo
Katakana:
ケンゾウ

Kanji:
拳蔵
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Warehouse. To store away. In Buddhism, something that encloses everything.
Name:
kenzo
Katakana:
ケンゾウ

Kanji:
拳三
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Three. The third. Kanji to represent the number 3 (three).Again. Again and again. Many times.
Name:
kenso
Katakana:
ケンソウ

Kanji:
拳創
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Creation. To begin. To create something new by thinking by oneself. To damage.
Name:
kenwa
Katakana:
ケンワ

Kanji:
拳和
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Harmony. Peaceful. Tranquility. To soothe. To be quiet. To get along. Combine. To mix. To blend. Combine. To match. To set in order. To set the tone. A moderate appearance. Calm sea. Yamato. Japan.
Name:
kenro
Katakana:
ケンロウ

Kanji:
拳朗
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Cheerful. Explicit. A bright, cheerful personality. A beautiful, unclouded appearance. Honest. Clear-hearted. A clear voice.
Name:
kenyu
Katakana:
ケンユウ

Kanji:
拳友
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Friend
Name:
kenyu
Katakana:
ケンユウ

Kanji:
拳勇
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Brave. Strong. Vigorous. Spirited. Decisive. Innocent. Exuberant. Soldier. Very strong soldier.
Name:
kenyu
Katakana:
ケンユウ

Kanji:
拳雄
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Male. The male of an animal. Brave. An excellent person. Large in scale.
Name:
kenyu
Katakana:
ケンユウ

Kanji:
拳侑
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • To help. Help by covering for. To lend help. To offer to eat or drink. Reward. To thank someone. To forgive.
Name:
kengo
Katakana:
ケンゴ

Kanji:
拳梧
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Chinese parasol tree
Name:
kengo
Katakana:
ケンゴ

Kanji:
拳伍
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Five. An administrative unit in ancient China that consisted of five houses. A group of five people.
Name:
kenko
Katakana:
ケンコウ

Kanji:
拳昂
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Ascent. To rise high. The sun rises. Emotion is overwhelming.
Name:
kenkichi
Katakana:
ケンキチ

Kanji:
拳吉
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Good. Good luck. Congratulations. Good fortune. Excellent. Wise, honorable. Morally correct. The first day of the month.
Name:
kenki
Katakana:
ケンキ

Kanji:
拳貴
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • Precious. High in status or value. High in price. A word expressing respect for others.
Name:
kenichiro
Katakana:
ケンイチロウ

Kanji:
拳一郎
Meaning:
  • Fist. To clench one's hands tightly. A martial art performed with bare hands. A game in which the winner is determined by the shape of the fingers.
  • One. The first. Kanji for the number 1 (one). To be the most superior. To begin, to put things together.
  • Male. Men. Young men. A word that refers broadly to boys. A retainer.

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