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Kanata Name Meaning, Kanji Variations.

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Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
楽汰
Meaning:
  • Fun. Music and Gagaku. Folk entertainment. To be at ease in body and mind. To relax. Economically affluent. Easy to understand.
  • 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:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
称多
Meaning:
  • Praise. To name. To measure the weight. To balance the left and right sides.
  • Many. Increase. Recognize them as highly valuable. Be grateful. Praise. To win. Respect. Thick. Deeply. Exactly. Just that.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
要大
Meaning:
  • Necessity. The most important point or matter of a thing. To seek. To put together. To wait for.
  • Big. Large. Large in number or quantity. Greatly. Valuable. Important. Excellent. Splendid. Very much. Much. (Power or force) strong. long time. To be high in rank or position.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
要多
Meaning:
  • Necessity. The most important point or matter of a thing. To seek. To put together. To wait for.
  • Many. Increase. Recognize them as highly valuable. Be grateful. Praise. To win. Respect. Thick. Deeply. Exactly. Just that.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
要立
Meaning:
  • Necessity. The most important point or matter of a thing. To seek. To put together. To wait for.
  • Stand up. Stand up straight. Establish a firm basis and foundation. The seasons begin. To come to a position. Unit of capacity (liter).
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
哉太
Meaning:
  • Auxiliary characters for questions and antonyms. A particle expressing emotion or admiration. Beginning.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
佳央太
Meaning:
  • Beautiful. Good in shape. Excellent. Splendid. The time is just right. Congratulations.
  • Middle. Halfway. End of the line. End.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
叶太
Meaning:
  • To come to pass. To match. Harmonize. It fits. To be as you want. Equal. Comparable.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
賀那太
Meaning:
  • Rejoice. Celebrate.
  • Question/antonyms auxiliary characters
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
賀奈太
Meaning:
  • Rejoice. Celebrate.
  • Red apple. The name of a fruit tree called "kara-nashi. A word expressing a question or antonym.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
諧汰
Meaning:
  • Harmonize
  • 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:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
諧大
Meaning:
  • Harmonize
  • Big. Large. Large in number or quantity. Greatly. Valuable. Important. Excellent. Splendid. Very much. Much. (Power or force) strong. long time. To be high in rank or position.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
華奈汰
Meaning:
  • Flower. Gorgeous. Beautiful. Eye-catching. Excellent and beautiful. White powder. Chinese self-designation.
  • Red apple. The name of a fruit tree called "kara-nashi. A word expressing a question or antonym.
  • 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:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
花那太
Meaning:
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
  • Question/antonyms auxiliary characters
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
花菜太
Meaning:
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
  • Vegetable. A general term for vegetables whose leaves, stems, roots, and other parts are eaten. Side dish.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
花奈太
Meaning:
  • Flowers. Something shaped like a flower. A metaphor for something as beautiful or gorgeous as a flower. Honor. To be excellent.
  • Red apple. The name of a fruit tree called "kara-nashi. A word expressing a question or antonym.
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
翔那汰
Meaning:
  • Fly. Spread your wings and fly. To fly high in the sky.
  • Question/antonyms auxiliary characters
  • 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:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
翔那太
Meaning:
  • Fly. Spread your wings and fly. To fly high in the sky.
  • Question/antonyms auxiliary characters
  • Abundantly large. Large in circumference. Thick. Flabby. Very. A word used to refer to a person of high rank or status.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
翔那多
Meaning:
  • Fly. Spread your wings and fly. To fly high in the sky.
  • Question/antonyms auxiliary characters
  • Many. Increase. Recognize them as highly valuable. Be grateful. Praise. To win. Respect. Thick. Deeply. Exactly. Just that.
Name:
kanata
Katakana:
カナタ

Kanji:
翔菜汰
Meaning:
  • Fly. Spread your wings and fly. To fly high in the sky.
  • Vegetable. A general term for vegetables whose leaves, stems, roots, and other parts are eaten. Side dish.
  • 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.

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