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    Anime Terminology

    Frequently Used Terms

    Are you frequently left confused by strange words employed in conversations relating to anime? Fret not for the Anime Academy and the Anime History department understand your needs and offer this glossary of anime idioms to help you never lose face again.

    Ai (ah-ee): Love

    Arigato (ah-ree-gah-to): "Thank you". Can be amplified by subsequently adding gozaimasu (go-zah-ee-mas)

    Anime (ah-nee-meh): Japanese animation

    Baka (bah-kah): An idiot, term most commonly used to make fun of someone™s lack of intelligence. It sometimes precedes a mean knock on the head

    BGM (Background Music): Music featured in an anime soundtrack and played during the anime itself

    Bishoujo (bee-sho-jo): A pretty girl

    One helluva bishounen!

    Bishounen (bee-sho-nehn): A pretty boy. Often having long hair and a feminine figure, it is sometimes hard to discern the gender of an anime bishounen. Be careful

    Cel: Layer of an illustration. Instead of having to draw every frame of animation individually, animators superimpose transparent sheets allowing them to keep the same background while moving characters around. Authentic cels are often made available for purchase

    CGI or CG (Computer Generated Imagery): Use of computers to produce different effects, backgrounds or entire sequences in anime

    Chibi (chee-bee): Small. Chibi characters in anime are short and consequently cute. Often used as a prefix. Also see Super-Deformed

    Con (Convention): A gathering of people sharing the same interests. There are many annual anime conventions everywhere in the world

    Cosplay (Costume Play): A very popular activity during anime conventions, also referred to as masquerading. It consists of dressing up as an anime or video game character to participate in contests or simply for fun

    Demo (deh-mo): But. Commonly the first word of a rebuttal

    Doujinshi (doh-jeen-shee): Fan based art inspired by official anime or manga. Also referred to as fanzine

    Dub (Dubbed Anime): As opposed to a subtitled anime, dubs have voice tracks in languages differing from the original Japanese voice actors

    Ecchi (eh-chee): Indecent. Comes from the Japanese pronunciation of "H" which in turn is the first letter of hentai (pervert). In anime, ecchi can describe mild sexual scenes

    Eye Catch: Prolonged frames of art used midway into an anime and often display its name along with a quick tune. It is used as a transition before and after commercials of anime series airing in Japan. Most distributors leave eye catches in VHS and DVD releases

    Fandom: A group of individuals having the same obsession on a particular subject, anime for one

    Fanfic (Fan Fiction): An unofficial writing (can be a short story, script or novel) using characters from an existing anime, manga or game

    Misato defines fan service

    Fan Service: Scenes or situations serving little purpose to the story but designed to arouse the viewer, whether male or female, with bare skin or offbeat action. The ever-so-popular shower scene is a good example of fan service

    Fan Sub: Often done to allow non-Japanese viewers to watch and understand unlicensed anime, fan subs are made for fans by fans and making profits off them is expressly prohibited

    Gaikoku-jin (gah-ee-ko-koo-jeen): Abbreviated gai-jin (gah-ee-jin), a foreigner. Gai-jin is used by Japanese as an impolite reference to outsiders lacking refinement while gaikoku-jin is the more respectful term

    Gomen Nasai (go-men nah-sah-ee): "I'm sorry". Also see sumimasen

    Hai (hah-ee): Yes. Also indicates paying attention to someone's oration

    Hentai (hen-tah-ee): Its direct translation means "pervert" and refers to any scene or movie that explicitly presents nudity or sexual acts. Can also be used to describe a person who is strange or out of the ordinary

    Hiragana (hee-rah-gah-nah): One of the three types of Japanese lettering consisting of 46 syllables. It is a basic script and can be used to name anything of Japanese origin. Can be identified by its smooth and curved characters

    Honorific: Short status indicators place immediately after one's last name. Used frequently in Japan, these can be confusing since they make someone's name appear altered in specific occasions

    * -chan (chahn): Small or baby. Used among very close friends and relatives, especially females
    * -kohai (ko-hah-ee): One's junior. Usually substituted with ā€“kun or -chan
    * -kun (kun): Used among very close friends and relatives, especially males
    * -sama (sah-mah): Lord. Used when addressing people of utmost respect or when referring to gods. Usually employed in concurrence with a title but can also be used with a name
    * -san (sahn): A close equivalent to Mr. and Mrs. Used as a respectful method of addressing people of similar status
    * -senpai (sen-pah-ee): Upperclassman. Used in relation to fellow classmates of higher level or age
    * -sensei (sen-say): Teacher, master or doctor. Used either at school or while being involved in a discipline or art

    Iie (ee-eh): No

    Image Album: A CD regrouping music made to set the mood for a particular manga, novel or video game. Hundreds of image albums are released every year. In anime, image albums are collections of songs sang by its voice actors

    Itadakimasu (ee-tah-dah-kee-mas): Roughly translates to "Let's eat!"

    J-Pop (Japanese Pop Music): A current trend in Japanese music, often featured in anime. Some of the more notable J-Pop artists are Aiko, Morning Musume and Hitomi Yaida

    J-Rock stars Chage & Aska

    J-Rock (Japanese Rock Music): Popular J-Rock bands include L'arc-en-ciel, Chage & Aska and The Kome Kome Club

    Ja Ne (jah-neh): "See ya!"

    Kanji (kahn-jee): Japanese characters borrowed from the Chinese alphabet forming the base of the written Japanese language. It includes well over 2000 pictograms. Meanings can vary enormously according to the context. By far the hardest aspect of the Japanese language to master

    Katakana (kah-tah-kah-nah): A more angular form of Japanese writing used to translate words of foreign origins and scientific terms

    Katana (kah-tah-nah): Traditional, slightly curved blade of about 3 feet in length. Used as a weapon in Japan by swordsman of numerous eras

    Kawaii (kah-wah-ee): Cute. Often used on its own when observing a situation or character having any distinct level of cuteness. See Kei's lecture on Kawaii Judgment

    Key Frame: Key frames are drawn by the best artist available among the production staff of an anime. They are blatantly more detailed and often consist of close-ups of main characters

    Konnichi wa (ko-nee-chee wah): One of the many different ways of saying hello in Japanese. This one is commonly used in the afternoon

    Mahou Shoujo (mah-ho sho-jo): Magical girl. A unique anime genre displaying girls with super powers. Sailor Moon is an example of mahou shoujo anime

    Manga (mahng-gah): Japanese comics often possessing a linear storyline that extends to several volumes. The manga industry exploded in the early 1950s and was used as inspiration for many anime

    Manga-ka (mahng-gah-kah): A professional Japanese comic writer

    Masaka (mah-sah-kah): This expression of despair can be translated as "It can't be!"

    Matte (mah-teh): "Wait!"

    Mecha (meh-kah): Typically used when talking about giant, human-controlled robots but can also mean any type of destructive, mechanical weapon. Constitutes a genre featuring futuristic warfare

    Mite (mee-teh): "Look!"

    Mobile Suit: A giant machine hydraulically acting as an extension of the pilotā€™s body. Sometimes abbreviated as MS

    Moshi Moshi (mo-shee mo-shee): Informal Japanese greeting used when answering the phone

    Nani (nah-nee): What. Can be used out of surprise or confusion

    Neko (neh-ko): A cat. Can be used in conjunction with a girl or boy to describe half-human, half-cat characters in anime

    Nippon (nee-pon): Japan. Also Nihon

    Nosebleed: According to Japanese belief, boys get nosebleeds when they are sexually aroused. This can happen quite often in shounen anime

    Ohayou Gozaimasu (o-hah-yo go-chah-ee-mahs): "Good morning"

    Omake (o-mah-keh): Bonus footage for interviews or comedic relief. Sometimes hidden in anime DVDs

    Onegai Shimasu (o-neh-gah-ee shee-mahs): A polite way to say "please"

    Oni (o-nee): A demon

    OST (Original Sound Track): Compact disc release of songs played during an anime

    Otaku (o-tah-ku): A fan on an extremely obsessive level. In Japan, a derogatory term. Used anywhere outside of Japan, otaku automatically refers to an anime obsession

    OVA (Original Video Animation): A direct-to-video release often divided into a handful of 30-minute episodes. Also known as OAV (Original Animated Video)

    Pocky (po-kee): Popular biscuit-like Japanese snack covered with a wide variety of flavors such as chocolate or strawberry. There are many Pocky references in anime, and some Pocky brands even sport anime characters on their boxes

    Ramen (rah-men): Japanese noodles. Standard college meal of choice because it's cheap and easy to make

    Romanji (ro-mahn-jee): Phonetic writing of Japanese words using the Roman alphabet as used in this glossary and in most Internet discussions pertaining to anime. It is not an official Japanese lettering

    Ronin (ro-neen): A student who has failed a university's entrance exam. We encourage our students to help Anime Academy ronin by hiding their Dragonball Z collection

    That's good sake!

    Sake (sah-keh): Alcoholic beverage typical to Japan. Made of fermented rice and brewed much like beer. Made to be served cold or warm

    Sayonara (sah-yo-nah-rah): One way of saying "goodbye". Can be used at any time of the day

    Sei-jin no Hi (seh-ee--jeen no hee): Coming of Age Day, a holiday celebrated by twenty-year-olds who can drink, smoke and vote

    Seiyuu (seh-ee-yoo): A Japanese voice actor

    Sentai (sehn-tah-ee): A group of superheroes typically wearing assorted outfits. More of a sub-genre, sentai are featured in many anime, notably Bubblegum Crisis and Gatchaman

    Shimatta (shee-mah-tah): "Damn!"

    Shinto (sheen-to): Japan's oldest and original religion. In Shintoism, every thing and being possesses its own spirit. Shinto is based upon the worship of, and coexistence with, the natural world

    Shoujo (sho-jo): A girl or young woman. Shoujo anime is a genre marketed as entertainment for young girls but it is quite all right for boys to enjoy, too. Romance, love and cute guys are common themes in shoujo anime

    Shounen (sho-nehn): A boy or young man. Shounen anime is a genre marketed as entertainment for young boys, often featuring a young man surrounded by attractive girls

    Shounen Ai (sho-nehn ah-ee): A shoujo anime feature in which the plot concerns a romance between two males. Contains male-male relationships but not displayed as explicitly as in yaoi

    Sub (Subtitled Anime): Subs consist of an anime including a written translation of the ongoing dialogue on the bottom of the screen

    Sugoi (soo-goy): Incredible, awesome

    Sumimasen (soo-mee-mah-sehn): "I'm sorry" Also see gomen nasai

    Super Deformed: An anime art style in which characters have very small bodies shouldering large heads. Super Deformed often leads to exaggerated facial expressions and movement. Also see chibi

    The glorious sweatdrop

    Sweatdrop: A comical facial expression in which someone is drawn with a giant sweat drop next to their head. Indicates personal embarrassment or a reaction to another character embarrassing him/herself

    Urusai (oo-roo-sah-ee): "Be quiet!". Often seen written on the walls of the Anime Academy library

    Wakatta (wah-kah-tah): Understood

    Yaoi (yah-oh-ee): A male/male relationship, usually of a more sexual and explicit nature than shounen ai

    Yuri (yoo-ree): A female/female relationship


    Chan is used for babies, young children, and teenage girls. It may also be used towards cute animals, lovers, close friends, or any youthful woman.

    Kun is generally used for boys and by persons of senior status in addressing or referring to those of junior status.

    San is the most commonplace honorific, and is a title of respect typically used between equals of any age.

    Sama is a markedly more respectful version of san. It is used mainly to refer to people much higher in rank than oneself. When used to refer to oneself, sama expresses extreme arrogance.

    Senpai is used to address or refer to one's senior colleagues in a school, company, sports club, or other group.

    Kohai is a junior, the reverse of senpai.

    Sensei is used to refer to or address teachers, doctors, politicians, lawyers, and other authority figures.

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    Japanese Kanji

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    Acupressure (Shiatsu)
    Addiction (Chuudoku)
    All (Tomo)
    Animosity (Tekii)
    Atheist (Mushinsha)
    Attitude (Taido)
    Bibliophile (Aishoka)
    Birth (Tanjou)
    Blind (Moumoku)
    Carp (Koi)
    Colorful (Tasai)
    Comfort (Ian)
    Conformity (Junkyo)
    Conquest (Kokufuku)
    Crow (Karasu)
    Defender (Yougosha)
    Discipline (Kiritsu)
    Empathy (Kyoukan)
    Equality (Byoudou)
    Fisherman (Ryoushi)
    Frog (Kaeru)
    Granddaughter (Magomusume)
    Grandfather (Sofu)
    Grandmother (Sobo)
    Grandson (Magomusuko)
    Holy Spirit (Seirei)
    Indulgence (Menzaifu)
    Infantry (Hohei)
    Initiative (Sossen)
    Insanity (Kyouki)
    Killer Whale (Shachi)
    Kite (Tako)
    Liberator (Minzoku-kaihousha)
    Lion (Shishi)
    Logic (Ronri)
    Misery (Hisan)
    Nocturnal (Yakousei)
    Persuasion (Settoku)
    Philanthropy (Hakuai)
    Pilot (Soujuushi)
    Queen (Joou)
    Rider (Raida)
    Sanctuary (Seiiki)
    Scar (Kizuato)
    Shark (Same)
    Spider (Kumo)
    Sublimity (Suukou)
    Suppression (Chinatsu)
    Technique (Gijutsu)
    Trinity (Sanmi-ittai)
    Visionary (Zyo)
    Warning (Keikoku)
    Wildness (Yasei)

    Advertising (Koukoku)
    Agility (Binshou)
    Amity (Shinzen)
    Anguish (Kunou)
    Appreciation (Ninshiki)
    Aspiration (Houfu)
    Black sheep (Yakkaimono)
    Christmas Eve (Seiya)
    Closure (Shuuketsu)
    Concentration (Shuuchuu)
    Dancer (Buyouka)
    Deception (Giman)
    Delight (Kanki)
    Despair (Zetsubou)
    Ecstasy (Koukotsu)
    Emaciation (Suijaku)
    Emotion (Kanjou)
    Encounter (Souguu)
    Entertainer (Geinin)
    Exploration (Tanken)
    Fascination (Miwaku)
    Gambler (Soubashi)
    Heartlessness (Mujou)
    Iron man (Tetsujin)
    Morning Dew (Asatsuyu)
    Nightmare (Akumu)
    Omniscience (Zenchi)
    Overwork (Karou)
    Peacemaker (Chouteisha)
    Philosophy (Tetsugaku)
    Prestige (Ishin)
    Protector (Shugosha)
    Purpose (Mokuteki)
    Reformation (Kaikaku)
    Reliability (Kakujitsusei)
    Renegade (Haikyousha)
    Royalty (Ouken)
    Sanity (Shouki)
    Self-content (Jiko-manzoku)
    Simplicity (Tanjun)
    Sniper (Sogekihei)
    Special (Tokubetsu)
    Strawberry (Ichigo)
    Traveler (Tabibito)
    Throwing Knife (Shuriken)
    Understanding (Rikai)
    Velocity (Sokudo)
    Wolf-man (Ookami-otoko)

    Abyss (Shinen)
    Broken Heart (Shoushin)
    Camouflage (Meisai)
    Cleanliness (Seiketsu)
    Collision (Shoutotsu)
    Comfort (Anraku)
    Common Sense (Joushiki)
    Communication (Dentatsu)
    Crescent (Mikazuki)
    Desert (Sabaku)
    Degeneration (Daraku)
    Disillusion (Genmetsu)
    Drifter (Hyouryuusha)
    Eagle (Washi)
    Energy (Seiryoku)
    Fatherland (Sokoku)
    Fidelity (Teisetsu)
    Fortress (Yousai)
    Fulfillment (Suikou)
    Gladiator (Kentoushi)
    Hypnotism (Saiminjutsu)
    Idealism (Risoushugi)
    Improvement (Kaizen)
    Indomitable (Fukutsu)
    Instrument (Gakki)
    Jade (Hisui)
    Jewel (Houseki)
    Lizard (Tokage)
    Neutrality (Chuuritsu)
    Nonviolence (Hibouryoku)
    Pilgrim (Junrei)
    Poet (Shijin)
    Potential (Kanousei)
    Rabbit (Usagi)
    Railroad (Tetsudou)
    Reverence (Suukei)
    Shame (Haji)
    Slayer (Satsugaisha)
    Soldier (Gunjin)
    Stigma (Yakiin)
    Struggle (Kutou)
    Sunshine (Nikkou)
    Tattoo (Irezumi)
    Tattooist (Irezumishi)
    Thief (Dorobou)
    Unconditional (Mujouken)
    Vow (Seiyaku)
    Wing (Tsubasa)

    Alien (Iseijin)
    Assassin (Ansatsusha)
    Beast (Yajuu)
    Carp (Koi)
    Chance (Kouki)
    Clarity (Meikai)
    Confession (Kokuhaku)
    Crane (Tsuru)
    Crow (Karasu)
    Determination (kesshin)
    Dolphin (Iruka)
    Dream Chaser (Yumeoibito)
    Faithlessness (Fujitsu)
    Flexibility (Juunansei)
    Foresight (Senken)
    Goodness (Zenryou)
    Gratitude (Kansha)
    Guilt (Yuuzai)
    Greatness (Idai)
    Individuality (Kosei)
    Insight (Dousatsuryoku)
    Legacy (Isan)
    Lie (Uso)
    Life (Seimei)
    Lotus (Hasu)
    Lunar Eclipse (Gesshoku)
    Maniac (Nekkyousha)
    Maestro (Meishikisha)
    Moonlight (Gekkou)
    Medicine man (Kitoushi)
    Nourishment (Jiyou)
    Novelty (Zanshin)
    Outlaw (Muhoumono)
    Persistence (Koshuu)
    Police Officer (Keikan)
    Precious (Kichou)
    Pride (Jisonshin)
    Regret (Koukai)
    Rose (Bara)
    Security (Anzen)
    Sailor (Suihei)
    Self-Control (Jiko-Yokusei)
    Slave (Dorei)
    Snake (Hebi)
    Splendor (Kouki)
    Superman (Choujin)
    Teacher (Sensei)
    Torture (Goumon)
    Tribulation (Shiren)
    Zeal (Nesshin)

    Actor (Haiyuu)
    Athlete (Undouka)
    Apology (Shazai)
    Bad Influence (Akueikyou)
    Comics (Manga)
    Congratulations (Kotobuki)
    Cousin (Itoko)
    Deer (Shika)
    Danger (Kiken)
    Disgrace (Chijoku)
    Dishonor (Fumeiyo)
    Dreamer (Musouka)
    Earth (Chikyuu)
    Excellence (Yuushuu)
    Explosion (Bakuhatsu)
    Fantasy (Kuusou)
    Fertility (Tasan)
    Fighter (Senshi)
    Forgiveness (Yousha)
    Grace of God (Kami no onchou)
    Grief (Hitan)
    Hunter (Karyuudo)
    Innovation (Kakushin)
    Jupiter (Mokusei)
    Kenpou (One of the Japanese martial arts)
    Leadership (Tousotsuryoku)
    Lone Wolf (Ippiki-ookami)
    Marriage (Kekkon)
    Mars (Kasei)
    Mercury (Suisei)
    Modesty (Kenson)
    Neptune (Kaiousei)
    Nobility (Kouki)
    Nurse (Kangofu)
    Opportunity (Kikai)
    Pirate (Kaizoku)
    Pluto (Meiousei)
    Purity (Seijou)
    Revolution (Kakumei)
    Role Model (Mohan)
    Saturn (Dosei)
    Self-Control (Jisei)
    Swordsman (Kenkyaku)
    Transformation (Henshin)
    Treasure (Takara)
    Uranus (Tenousei)
    Venus (Kinsei)
    Vitality (Seimeiryoku)
    Worth (Kachi)

    Acceptance (Younin)
    Cat (Neko)
    Charm (Miryoku)
    Compassion (Doujou)
    Consciousness (Ishiki)
    Contradiction (Hitei)
    Curiosity (Koukishin)
    Dance (Buyou)
    Daughter (Musume)
    The Dark (Yami)
    Death (Shi)
    Dinosaur (Kyouryuu)
    Dragonfly (Tonbo)
    Excitement (Koufun)
    Fierceness (Doumou)
    Firefighter (Shouboushi)
    Fool (Baka)
    Fox (Kitsune)
    Genius (Tensai)
    The Grim Reaper (Shinigami)
    Guardian Deity (Shugoshin)
    Hatred (Zouo)
    Husband (Otto)
    Immutability (Fuhen)
    Infinity (Mugen)
    Iris (Ayame)
    Life and Death (Seishi)
    Lifelong friend (Shougai no tomo)
    Lover (Aijin)
    Lunatic (Kyoujin)
    Messiah (Kyuuseishu)
    Pain (Kutsuu)
    Paradise (Rakuen)
    Perception (Chikaku)
    Self-awareness (Jikaku)
    Selflessness (Muga)
    Son (Musuko)
    Stubbornness (Ganko)
    Sweetheart (Koibito)
    Taoism (Doukyou)
    Theory (Riron)
    Uniqueness (Dokutoku)
    Vegetarian (Saishoku-shugisha)
    Vicious Mind (Janen)
    Vigilance (Keikai)
    Vindictiveness (Shuunen)
    Wife (Tsuma)
    Witch (Majo)
    Young Warrior (Wakamusha)
    Youth (Wakamono)

    Allegiance (Chuusei)
    Arrogance (Gouman)
    Bear (Kuma)
    Benevolence (Jintoku)
    Best Friend (Shinyuu)
    Butterfly (Chou)
    Conscience (Ryoushin)
    Contentment (Manzoku)
    Courtesy (Reigi)
    Crime (Tsumi)
    Cruelty (Reikoku)
    Destruction (Hakai)
    Dusk (Tasogare)
    Dynasty (Ouchou)
    Eloquence (Yuuben)
    Encouragement (Gekirei)
    Fighting Spirits (Toukon)
    Flame (Honoo)
    Fresh (Seishin)
    Ghost (Yuurei)
    Gift (Okurimono)
    Horror (Kyoufu)
    Innocence (Junketsu)
    Inspiration (Reikan)
    Intensity (Kyouretsu)
    Intuition (Chokkan)
    Invincibility (Muteki)
    Knight (Kishi)
    Lightning (Inazuma)
    Magic (Mahou)
    Masquerade (Kamen-butoukai)
    Master (Meijin)
    Memory (Kioku)
    Mentality (Chiryoku)
    Midnight (Mayonaka)
    Number One (Ichiban)
    Originality (Dokusouryoku)
    Prince (Ouji)
    Punishment (Batsu)
    Resilience (Kaifukuryoku)
    Rose (Bara)
    Surprise (Odoroki)
    Tragedy (Higeki)
    Tranquility (Heion)
    Twins (Futago)
    Unity (Touitsu)
    Vampire (Kyuuketsuki)
    Vanity (Kyoei)
    Will (Ishi)

    Apocalypse (Mokushi)
    Beloved (Saiai no hito)
    Betrayal (Uragiri)
    Black Panther (Kurohyou)
    Control (Shihai)
    Crisis (Kiki)
    Crystal (Suishou)
    Darkness (Ankoku)
    Demon (Akuma)
    Diligence (Kinben)
    Discipline (Tanren)
    Duty (Gimu)
    Essence (Honshitsu)
    Evil (Jaaku)
    Evolution (Shinka)
    Fairy (Yousei)
    Healing (Chiyu)
    Health (Kenkou)
    Heaven (Tengoku)
    Hell (Jigoku)
    Immortality (Fushi)
    Incarnation (Keshin)
    Integrity (Seiren)
    Intelligence (Chisei)
    Karma (Innen)
    Misunderstanding (Gokai)
    Nirvana (Nehan)
    Outcast (Tsuihousha)
    Patriotism (Aikokushin)
    Perseverance (Kennin-fubatsu)
    Phoenix (Fushichou)
    Poison (Doku)
    Princess (Hime)
    Prophecy (Yogen)
    Pure Love (Junai)
    Quest (Tankyuu)
    Rage (Gekido)
    Rebel (Hangyakusha)
    Romance (Renai)
    Shadow (Kage)
    Soul mate (Kokoro no tomo)
    Storm (Arashi)
    Strength (Tsuyosa)
    Supernatural Power (Chounouryoku)
    Taboo (Kinki)
    Iron Fist (Tekken)
    Temptation (Yuuwaku)
    Transience (Mujou)
    Wealth (Tomi)

    Angel (Tenshi)
    Artist (Geijutsuka)
    The Art of Stealth (Ninjutsu)
    Awe (Ikei)
    Balance (Kinkou)
    Bliss (Shifuku)
    Challenge (Chousen)
    Change (Henka)
    Chaos (Konton)
    Choice (Sentaku)
    Commitment (Genchi)
    Conqueror (Seifukusha)
    Creativity (Souzouryoku)
    Dawn (Akatsuki)
    Direction (Houkou)
    Enigma (Nazo)
    Equal (Doutou)
    Fairness (Kouhei)
    Family (Kazoku)
    Fighting Spirit (Toushi)
    Focus (Shouten)
    Galaxy (Ginga)
    Goddess (Megami)
    Good and Evil (Zenaku)
    Good Fortune (Kouun)
    Instinct (Honnou)
    Journey (Tabi)
    Knowledge (Chishiki)
    Labyrinth (Meikyuu)
    Longevity (Chouju)
    Mist (Kiri)
    Mystery (Shinpi)
    Obedience (Juujun)
    Oblivion (Boukyaku)
    Optimism (Rakkan)
    Piety (Keiken)
    Prayer (Inori)
    Protection (Shugo)
    Sacred (Shinsei)
    Sacrifice (Gisei)
    Serenity (Seion)
    Spiritual Strength (Seishinryoku)
    Survivor (Seizonsha)
    Thunder (Kaminari)
    Twilight (Reimei)
    War (Sensou)
    Wave (Nami)
    Welcome (Kangei)

    Accomplishment (Jouju)
    Baptism (Senrei)
    Blessing (Shukufuku)
    Buddha (Budda)
    Calligraphy (Shodou)
    Celebrated Sword (Meitou)
    Century (Seiki)
    Civilization (Bunmei)
    Constellation (Seiza)
    Devotion (Kenshin)
    Discovery (Hakken)
    Effort (Doryoku)
    Emperor (Tennou)
    Enthusiasm (Nekkyou)
    Existence (Sonzai)
    Experience (Keiken)
    Fireworks (Hanabi)
    Friend (Tomodachi)
    Future (Mirai)
    Hobby (Shumi)
    Honesty (Shoujiki)
    Husband and Wife (Fuufu)
    Importance (Juuyou)
    Independence (Dokuritsu)
    Invention (Hatsumei)
    Kindness (Shinsetsu)
    Leap (Hiyaku)
    Magic Spell (Jumon)
    Martial Arts (Budou)
    Martyrdom (Junkyou)
    Mirage (Shinkirou)
    Morality (Doutoku)
    Promotion (Shoushin)
    Proof (Shoumei)
    Religion (Shuukyou)
    Reputation (Hyouban)
    Responsibility (Sekinin)
    Revenge (Fukushuu)
    Sacred Fire (Seika)
    Saint (Seijin)
    Smile (Bishou)
    Superstition (Meishin)
    Symbol (Shouchou)
    Sympathy (Doujou)
    Tradition (Dentou)
    Warrior (Bushi)
    Winner (Shousha)
    World (Sekai)
    Wonder (Fushigi)
    Worship (Suuhai)

    Achievement (Tassei)
    Adventure (Bouken)
    Ancestor (Senzo)
    Art (Geijutsu)
    Bond (Kizuna)
    Cooperation (Kyouryoku)
    Creation (Souzou)
    Destiny (Unmei)
    Dignity (Igen)
    Elegance (Yuuga)
    Environment (Kankyou)
    Era (Jidai)
    Generosity (Kandai)
    Glory (Eikou)
    Gorgeous (Gouka)
    Hallucination (Genkaku)
    Harmony (Chouwa)
    Hero (Eiyuu)
    Imagination (Souzou)
    Jealousy (Shitto)
    Kaleidoscope (Mangekyou)
    Mercy (Jinkei, Jishin, Jihi, Yousha)
    Milky Way (Ama no gawa)
    Miracle (Kiseki)
    Music (Ongaku)
    Myth (Shinwa)
    Patience (Nintai)
    Planet (Wakusei)
    Poem (Shi)
    Prosperity (Hanei)
    Pure (Junsui)
    Rebirth (Saisei)
    Religious Faith (Shinkou)
    Self Confidence (Jishin)
    Sentiment (Kanshou)
    Shooting Star (Ryuusei)
    Silence (Chinmoku)
    Sincerity (Seijitsu)
    Solitude (Kodoku)
    Song (Uta)
    Talent (Sainou)
    Tear (Namida)
    Thought (Shisou)
    Tiger (Tora)
    Trust (Shinrai)
    Virtue (Kudoku)
    Wolf (Ookami)

    Ambition (Yabou)
    Beauty (Bi)
    Belief (Shinnen)
    Bravery (Yuukan)
    Buddhism (Bukkyou)
    Courage (Yuuki)
    The Code of Samurai (Bushidou)
    Desire (Yokubou)
    Dragon (Ryuu)
    Dream (yume)
    Enlightenment (Satori)
    Eternity (Eien)
    Freedom (Jiyuu)
    Friendship (Yuujou)
    God (Kami)
    Happiness (Koufuku)
    Honor (Meiyo)
    Hope (Kibou)
    Ideal (Risou)
    Illusion (Gensou)
    Justice (Seigi)
    Legend (Densetsu)
    Love (Ai)
    Loyalty (Chuujitsu)
    Meditation (Mokusou)
    Moon (Tsuki)
    Nature (Shizen)
    Ocean (Umi)
    Passion (Jounetsu)
    Peace (Heiwa)
    Perfect (Kanzen)
    Power (Chikara)
    Pride (Hokori)
    Promise (Yakusoku)
    Rainbow (Niji)
    Respect (Sonkei)
    Secret (Himitsu)
    Sky (Sora)
    Star (Hoshi)
    Soul (Tamashii)
    Spirit (Seishin)
    Success (Seikou)
    Sun (Taiyou)
    Truth (Shinjitsu)
    Universe (Uchuu)
    Victory (Shouri)
    Wisdom (Chie)

    Celestial (Ama-no)
    Caring (Omoiyari)
    Cousin (Itoko)
    Captain (Teicho)


    • #3
      Seven Deadly Sins
      Pride (Kouman)
      Greed (Donyoku)
      Envy (Shitto)
      Wrath (Gekido)
      Lust (Nikuyoku)
      Gluttony (Boushoku)
      Sloth (Taida)

      Aries (Ohitsuji-za)
      Taurus (Oushi-za)
      Gemini (Futago-za)
      Cancer (Kani-za)
      Leo (Shishi-za)
      Virgo (Otome-za)
      Libra (Tenbin-za)
      Scorpio (Sasori-za)
      Sagittarius (Ite-za)
      Capricorn (Yagi-za)
      Aquarius (Mizugame-za)
      Pisces (Uo-za)

      Eight Elements
      Fire (Hi)
      Metal (Kin)
      Wind (Kaze)
      Light (Hikari)
      Water (Mizu)
      Earth (Tsuchi)
      Shadow (Kage)
      Wood (Ki)

      Seven Heavenly Virtues
      Faith (Shinnen)
      Hope (Kibou)
      Charity (Jizen)
      Fortitude (Kennin)
      Justice (Seigi)
      Temperance (Sessei)
      Prudence (Shinchou)

      Seven Codes of Bushido
      Justice (Gi)
      Bravery (Yuu)
      Benevolence (Jin)
      Politeness (Rei)
      Veracity (Makoto)
      Honor (Meiyo)
      Loyalty (Chuugi)

      Animal Translations
      animals (doubutsu)
      beast (yajuu)
      crow (karasu)
      frog (kaeru)
      killer whale (shachi)
      lion (shishi) (raion)
      shark (same)
      spider (kumo)
      black sheep (yakkaimono)
      eagle (washi)
      lizard (tokage)
      rabbit (usagi)
      hare (nousagi)
      carp (koi)
      crane (tsuru)
      dolphin (iruka)
      snake (hebi)
      deer (shika)
      lone wolf (ippiki-ookami)
      cat (neko)
      dinosaur (kyouryuu)
      dragonfly (tonbo)
      fox (kitsune)
      bear (kuma)
      butterfly (chou)
      black panther (kurohyou)
      tiger (tora)
      wolf (ookami)
      dog (inu)
      pig (buta)
      monkey (saru)
      bird (tori)
      sheep (hitsuji)
      zebra (shimauma)
      squirrel (risu)
      elephant (zou)
      camel (rakuda)
      hippopotamus (kaba)
      horse (uma)
      goat (yagi)
      mouse (nezumi)
      ox/cow (ushi)
      rhinoceros (sai)
      turtle (kame)
      otter (kawauso)
      squid (ika)
      lobster (ebi)
      skunk (sukanku, itachi, sukonku)

      Mythical Animals
      dragon (ryuu) (doragon)
      phoenix (fenikkusu) (fushichou)
      unicorn (ikkakujuu) (yuniko-n)
      pegasus (tenba) (pegasasu)
      witch (majo)
      ghost (yuurei)
      vampire (kyuuketsuki)
      demon (akuma)
      fairy (yousei)
      were-wolf (henshin-ookami)
      wolf-man (ookami-otoko)

      Ai - means indigo
      Aka - means red
      Aoi - means blue
      Ashige - storm gray
      Buronzu - means bronze
      Enshoku - means orange
      Gin - means silver
      Kashoku - means brown
      Kiiro - means yellow
      Kinko - means gold
      Kon - means navy blue
      Kuro - means black
      Murasaki - means purple/violet
      Nendo - means clay
      Pinku - means pink
      Midori - means green
      Shinku - means crimson/deep crimson
      Shiro - means white

      Ichi, means 1
      Ni, means 2
      San, means 3
      Shi, means 4
      Go, means 5
      Roku, means 6
      Shichi, means 7
      Hachi, means 8
      Ku, means 9
      Juu, means 10

      "beri" (very)
      "ba" (bad)
      "gu" (good)
      "cho" (super)
      "chou" (ultra-)
      "cho beri ba" (ultrabad)
      "cho beri gu" (ultragood)
      "cho beri bu" (ultrablue) or (depressing) or (ultra-ugly)

      "renjaa" or "reinjaa" or "reenjaa" (ranger)
      "renkitsui" (difficult bargain)

      Originally posted by Atlantean
      So far, most of these terms are unconfirmed, and have been noted by myself as I watched some Japanese TV.
      Unconfirmed Family Terminology
      Oka-san - Mother (also could be shortened to 'Kaa-san' or 'Kaa-chan'; Also heard as 'Oka-sama')
      Tou-san - Father (shortened name for (I think) 'Otou-san' or 'Tou-chan'; Also heard as 'Otou-sama')

      Aniki - Elder Brother (confirmed by Free Online Dictionaries)
      Aneki - Elder Sister (confirmed by Free Online Dictionaries)
      Jii-nii - Second-born brother (usually said by younger siblings)
      Jii-nee - Second-born sister (usually said by younger siblings)
      -niichan - brother (A proper term could be '-oniichan' or 'kakei')
      -neechan - sister (A proper term could be 'oneechan' or '-neesan')

      Direct Japanese:

      (Because certain words do not appear in Japanese Kanji, they are included here in this section.)

      Norukoto - means "Ride"
      Noru - means "To Ride In", "To Mount"

      "Gojira" has been confirmed through Wikipedia.

      Godzilla (ゴジラ?, Gojira) is a daikaijū, a Japanese movie monster, first appearing in Ishirō Honda's 1954 film Godzilla. Since then, Godzilla has gone on to become a worldwide pop culture icon starring in 28 films produced by Toho Co., Ltd. The monster has appeared in numerous other media incarnations including video games, novels, comic books, television series, and an American remake. Another separate American remake is currently in production by Legendary Pictures.

      With the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki still fresh in the Japanese consciousness, Godzilla was conceived as a monster created by nuclear detonations and a metaphor for nuclear weapons in general. As the film series expanded, the stories took on less serious undertones portraying Godzilla in the role of a hero, while later movies returned to depicting the character as a destructive monster.

      More will be added to this list as they become available.


      • #4
        Japanese Names - Boys

        1. AKI (1-秋, 2-明, 3-晶): Japanese unisex name meaning: 1) "autumn" 2) "bright" 3) "sparkle." Compare with another form of Aki.
        2. AKIHIKO (明彦): Japanese name meaning "bright prince."
        3. AKIHIRO (大畠): Japanese name, possibly meaning "large glory."
        4. AKIO (1-昭雄, 2-昭夫): Japanese name meaning 1) "glorious hero" or 2) "glorious man."
        5. AKIRA (1-明, 2- 亮): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "bright" or 2) "clear."
        6. AOI (1-碧, 2- 葵): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "blue" or 2) "hollyhock."
        7. ARATA (新): Japanese name meaning "fresh."
        8. ATSUSHI (敦): Japanese name meaning "industrious."
        9. DAI (大): Japanese name meaning "big, great, large, vast." Compare with other forms of Dai.
        10. DAICHI (1-大地, 2-大智): Japanese name meaning 1) "great land" or 2) "great wisdom."
        11. DAIKI (1-大輝, 2-大貴, 3-大樹): Japanese name meaning 1) "great glory," 2) "great noble" or 3) "great tree."
        12. DAISUKE (大輔): Japanese name meaning "great helper."
        13. EIJI (1-永次, 2-英治, 3-英二, 4-栄治): Japanese name meaning 1) "eternity, next," 2) "great, peace," 3) "great, second (son)," or 4) "prosperity, peace."
        14. FUMIO (文雄): Japanese name meaning "literary/scholarly child."
        15. GORO (五郎): Variant spelling of Japanese Gorou, meaning "fifth son."
        16. GOROU (五郎): Japanese name meaning "fifth son."
        17. HACHIRO (八郎): Japanese name meaning "eighth son."
        18. HAJIME (肇, 元): Japanese name meaning "beginning."
        19. HARU (1-晴, 2-春, 3-陽): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "clear up," 2) "spring," or 3) "sun, sunlight." Compare with another form of Haru.
        20. HARUO (春男): Japanese name meaning "spring man."
        21. HIDEAKI (秀明): Japanese name meaning "shining excellence; splendid brightness."
        22. HIDEKI (秀樹): Japanese name meaning "splendid opportunity."
        23. HIDEO (英夫): Japanese name meaning "splendid man."
        24. HIKARU (輝): Japanese unisex name meaning "radiance."
        25. HIRO (1-裕, 2-寛, 3-浩): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "abundant," 2) "generous, tolerant," or 3) "prosperous."
        26. HIROAKI (広朗): Japanese name meaning "widespread brightness."
        27. HIROKI (弘樹): Japanese name meaning "abundant joy/strength."
        28. HIROSHI (1-寛, 2-浩): Japanese name meaning 1) "generous, tolerant," or 2) "prosperous."
        29. HIROYUKI (博之): Japanese name meaning "widespread happiness."
        30. HISAO (寿夫): Japanese name meaning "long-lived man."
        31. HISASHI (久志): Japanese name meaning "long-lived."
        32. HISOKA (密): Japanese unisex name meaning "reserved."
        33. HITOSHI (等): Japanese name meaning "even-tempered; level."
        34. HOTAKA (穂高): Japanese name, possibly meaning "step by step," derived from the name of the highest peak in what is known as the Japanese Alps.
        35. ICHIRO: Variant spelling of Japanese Ichirou, meaning "first son."
        36. ICHIROU (一郎): Japanese name meaning "first son."
        37. ISAMU (勇): Japanese name meaning "courage."
        38. ISAO (功): Japanese name meaning "honor; merit."
        39. IWAO (巌): Japanese name meaning "stone man."
        40. IZANAGI (イザナギ): Japanese myth name of the husband of Izanami, meaning "male who invites."
        41. JIRO: Variant spelling of Japanese Jirou, meaning "second son."
        42. JIROU (二郎): Japanese name meaning "second son."
        43. JUN (順): Japanese unisex name meaning "obedient."
        44. JUNICHI (順一): Japanese name meaning "obedient one."
        45. JURO: Variant spelling of Japanese Jurou, meaning "tenth son."
        46. JUROU (十郎): Japanese name meaning "tenth son."
        47. KAEDE (楓): Japanese unisex name meaning "maple."
        48. KATASHI (堅): Japanese name meaning "firmness."
        49. KATSU (勝): Japanese name meaning "victory."
        50. KATSUMI (克己): Japanese name meaning "self-controlled."
        51. KATSUO (勝雄): Japanese name meaning "victorious child."
        52. KATSURO (勝郎): Japanese name meaning "victorious son."
        53. KAZUHIKO (和彦): Japanese name meaning "harmonious prince."
        54. KAZUHIRO (一浩): Japanese name meaning "prosperous one."
        55. KAZUKI (1-和希, 2-一輝): Japanese name meaning 1) "harmonious hope," or "one/first shine."
        56. KAZUO (1-和夫, 2-一男): Japanese name meaning 1) "harmonious man" or "first male."
        57. KEI (1-恵, 2-佳, 3-敬, 4-圭, 5-慧): Japanese name meaning 1) "blessed, lucky," 2) "excellent," 3) "respect," 4) "square jewel," or 5) "wise."
        58. KEIICHI (圭一): Japanese name meaning "square jewel first (son)."
        59. KEIJI (敬二): Japanese name meaning "respectful second (son)."
        60. KEN (1-健, 2-謙, 3-研): Japanese name meaning 1) "healthy, strong" or 2) "modest," or 3) "study." Compare with another form of Ken.
        61. KEN'ICHI (1-健一, 2-研一): Japanese name meaning 1) "health first," or 2) "study first."
        62. KENJI (1-健二, 2-研二): Japanese name meaning "healthy second (son)" or 2) studying second (son)."
        63. KENSHIN (謙信): Japanese name meaning "modest truth."
        64. KENTA (健太): Japanese name meaning "healthy/strong and big/stout."
        65. KICHIRO: Variant spelling of Japanese Kichirou, meaning "lucky son."
        66. KICHIROU (吉郎): Japanese name meaning "lucky son."
        67. KIN (欽): Japanese unisex name meaning "gold."
        68. KIOSHI (淳): Variant spelling of Japanese Kiyoshi, meaning "pure."
        69. KIYOSHI (淳): Japanese name meaning "pure."
        70. KO (1-幸, 2-光, 3-康): Variant spelling of Japanese unisex Kou, meaning 1) "happiness," 2) "light," or "peace."
        71. KOHAKU (琥珀): Japanese unisex name meaning "amber."
        72. KOICHI (光一): Japanese name meaning "light/shining first (child))."
        73. KOJI (光司): Japanese name meaning "light/shining second (child)."
        74. KOU (1-幸, 2-光, 3-康): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "happiness," 2) "light," or "peace."
        75. KUNIO (國男): Japanese name meaning "countryman."
        76. KURO: Variant spelling of Japanese Kurou, meaning "ninth son."
        77. KUROU (九郎): Japanese name meaning "ninth son."
        78. KYO (1-杏, 2- 京, 3- 協, 4- 郷): Variant spelling of Japanese unisex Kyou, meaning 1) "apricot," 2) "capital," 3) "cooperation," or 4) "village."
        79. KYOU (1-杏, 2- 京, 3- 協, 4- 郷): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "apricot," 2) "capital," 3) "cooperation," or 4) "village."
        80. MADOKA (1-円, 2-円花): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "circle" or 2) "circle, flower."
        81. MAKOTO (誠): Japanese unisex name meaning "sincere, true."
        82. MAMORU (守): Japanese name meaning "protector."
        83. MANABU (学): Japanese name meaning "learn."
        84. MASA (1-正, 2-雅, 3-昌, 4-真, 5-政, 6-将): Unisex short form of Japanese names beginning with Masa-, meaning 1) "correct, just," 2) "elegant, splendid" 3) "flourishing, prosperous" 4) "genuine, true," 5) "governing, political," 6) "military." Compare with another form of Masa.
        85. MASAAKI (真明): Japanese name meaning "true brightness."
        86. MASAHIKO (正彦): Japanese name meaning "just prince."
        87. MASAHIRO (正洋): Japanese name meaning "justice prospers."
        88. MASAKI (昌樹): Japanese name meaning "flourishing tree."
        89. MASANORI (正則): Japanese name meaning "model of justice."
        90. MASAO (正男): Japanese name meaning "correct man."
        91. MASARU (勝): Japanese name meaning "victorious."
        92. MASASHI (雅): Japanese name meaning "elegant, splendid."
        93. MASATO (正人): Japanese name meaning "correct man."
        94. MASAYOSHI (昌良): Japanese name meaning "flourishing goodness."
        95. MASAYUKI (正幸): Japanese name meaning "correct happiness."
        96. MASUMI (真澄): Japanese unisex name meaning "true lucidity."
        97. MICHI (道): Japanese unisex name meaning "pathway."
        98. MICHIO (道夫): Japanese name meaning "man on the (correct) path."
        99. MIKIO (美樹夫): Japanese name meaning "tree trunk man."
        100. MINORI (里): Japanese unisex name meaning "truth."
        101. MINORU (里): Japanese name meaning "truth."
        102. MITSUO (光子): Japanese name meaning "shining man."
        103. MITSURU (満): Japanese unisex name meaning "full" or " growing."
        104. NAO (1-直, 2-尚): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "docile" or 2) "esteemed."
        105. NAOKI (直樹): Japanese unisex name meaning "docile tree."
        106. NOBORU (翔): Japanese name meaning "ascend; climb."
        107. NOBU (1-信, 2-延): Japanese name meaning 1) "faith" or 2) "to extend, prolong (esp. words)."
        108. NOBUO (信夫): Japanese name meaning "faithful man."
        109. NOBUYUKI (信行): Japanese name meaning "faithful happiness."
        110. NORI (1-儀, 2-典, 3-則, 4-法): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "ceremony, regalia," 2) "code, precedent," 3) "model, rule, standard," 4) "law, rule."
        111. NORIO (法男): Japanese name meaning "man of law."
        112. OROCHI (大蛇): Japanese name meaning "big snake." In mythology, this is the name of an eight-forked serpent who demanded virgin sacrifices. He was killed by the god-hero Susanoo.
        113. OSAMU (1-紀, 2-修, 3-理, 4-収, 5-治, 6-統): Japanese name meaning 1) "chronicler," 2) "disciplined," 3) "logical," 4) "obtainer," 5) "to reign," 6) "ruler."
        114. RAIDEN (雷電): Japanese myth name of a god of thunder, meaning "thunder and lightning."
        115. ROKURO (六朗): Japanese name meaning "sixth son."
        116. RYO (1-亮, 2-遼, 3-諒, 4-涼): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "brightness," 2) "distant," 3) "reality," 4) "refreshing."
        117. RYOTA (亮太): Japanese name meaning "stout, strong."
        118. RYUU (竜): Japanese name meaning "dragon spirit."
        119. SABURO (三郎): Japanese name meaning "third son."
        120. SADAO (貞雄): Japanese name meaning "decisive man."
        121. SATORU (1-暁, 2-悟, 3-聡, 4-知, 5-覚, 6-諭, 7-了, 8-智): Japanese name meaning 1) "daybreak," 2) "enlightened," 3) "fast learner," 4) "knowledgeable," 5) "perceptive," 6) "persuasive," 7) "understanding," or 8) "wise."
        122. SATOSHI (聡): Japanese name meaning "clear-thinking; quick-witted; wise."
        123. SEIICHI (精一): Japanese name meaning "refined first (son)."
        124. SEIJI (精二): Japanese name meaning "refined second (son)."
        125. SHICHIRO (七郎): Japanese name meaning "seventh son."
        126. SHIG: Unisex short form of Japanese names beginning with Shig-, meaning "luxuriant."
        127. SHIGEO (重夫): Japanese name meaning "luxuriant man."
        128. SHIGERU (茂): Japanese name meaning "flourishing; luxuriant."
        129. SHIN (1-晋, 2-信, 3-紳, 4-心, 5-慎, 6-新, 7-進, 8-真): Japanese name meaning 1) "advancing," 2) "belief," 3) "gentleman," 4) "heart," 5) "humble," 6) "new," 7) "progressive," and 8) "true." Compare with another form of Shin.
        130. SHIN'ICHI (真一): Japanese name meaning "true first (son)."
        131. SHINJI (真二): Japanese name meaning "true second (son)."
        132. SHIRO (四郎): Japanese name meaning "fourth son."
        133. SHO (翔): Japanese name meaning "to fly, to soar" or "wind instrument."
        134. SHOICHI (翔一): Japanese name meaning "soaring first (son)."
        135. SHOJI (翔二): Japanese name meaning "soaring second (son)."
        136. SHOU (翔): Variant spelling of Japanese Sho, meaning "to fly, to soar."
        137. SHUICHI (修一): Japanese name meaning "master/study first (son)."
        138. SHUJI (修二): Japanese name meaning "master/study second (son)."
        139. SORA (空): Japanese unisex name meaning "sky."
        140. SUSUMU (進): Japanese name meaning "progressing."
        141. TADAO (忠夫): Japanese name meaning "loyal man."
        142. TADASHI (1-忠, 2-正): Japanese name meaning 1) "loyal" or 2) "true."
        143. TAKAHIRO (貴浩): Japanese name meaning "noble-prosperous."
        144. TAKAO (孝雄): Japanese name meaning "respectful hero/male."
        145. TAKASHI (隆): Japanese name meaning "elevated; praiseworthy."
        146. TAKAYUKI (隆行): Japanese name meaning "moving to heights."
        147. TAKEHIKO (1-雄彦, 2-岳彦): Japanese name meaning 1) "hero prince," or 2) "mountain prince."
        148. TAKEO (1-剛雄, 2-武雄): Japanese name meaning 1) valiant male," or "violent/warrior male."
        149. TAKESHI (武): Japanese name meaning "fierce, violent," hence "warrior."
        150. TAKUMI (1-巧, 2-匠, 3-工): Japanese name meaning 1) "adroit," 2) "artisan," or 3) "skilful."
        151. TAMOTSU (保): Japanese name meaning "defender, protector."
        152. TARO (太郎): Japanese name meaning "great son," or "eldest son." It is usually given to the first-born son.
        153. TATSUO (1-竜夫, 2-達夫, 3-龍雄): Japanese name meaning 1) "dragon man," 2) "far-reaching man," or 3) "imperial man."
        154. TATSUYA (竜也): Japanese name meaning "dragon-assertive."
        155. TERUO (輝男): Japanese name meaning "shining man."
        156. TETSUO (1-哲雄, 2-哲夫): Japanese name meaning 1) "wise hero" or "wise man."
        157. TETSUYA (哲哉): Japanese name meaning "sage-(suffering?)"
        158. TOMIO (富): Japanese name meaning "treasured man."
        159. TORU (徹): Japanese name meaning "penetrating; wayfarer." Compare with another form of Toru.
        160. TORVALD: Scandinavian form of Old Norse Žorvaldr, meaning "Thor's ruler."
        161. TOSHI (慧): Japanese name meaning "alert, bright, intelligent."
        162. TOSHIAKI (1-利明, 2-敏明, 3-寿明): Japanese name meaning 1) "bright and alert," 2) "bright and clever," and 3) "bright and happy."
        163. TOSHIO (俊夫): Japanese name meaning "brilliant man."
        164. TOSHIYUKI (敏幸): Japanese name meaning "clever and happy."
        165. TSUNEO (恒雄, 恒夫): Japanese name meaning 1) "eternal hero" or 2) "eternal man."
        166. TSUTOMU (努): Japanese name meaning "worker."
        167. TSUYOSHI (剛): Japanese name meaning "brave, valiant."
        168. YASUHIRO (1-泰裕, 2-泰弘, 3-恭弘, 4-泰博): Japanese name meaning 1) "calm and leisurely," 2) "most calm," 3) "most respectful, and 4) "abundant tranquility."
        169. YASUO (康夫): Japanese name meaning "healthy man."
        170. YASUSHI (靖): Japanese name meaning "calm, quiet."
        171. YOICHI (1-妖一, 2-陽一, 3-洋一, 4-与一): Japanese name meaning "bewitching/seductive first (son)," 2) "clear/sun/pride first (son)," 3) "foreign/ocean first (son)," and 4) "participating first (son)."
        172. YORI (より): Japanese unisex name meaning "servant to the public."
        173. YOSHI (1-義, 2-吉, 3-良): Unisex short form of Japanese names beginning with Yoshi-, meaning 1) "correct," 2) "fine, happy," and 3) "good, nice."
        174. YOSHIAKI (義明): Japanese name meaning "clearly/evidently correct."
        175. YOSHIHIRO (義博, 義弘, 義博): Japanese name meaning "vast/extensive/widespread correctness."
        176. YOSHIKAZU (1-義量, 2-良和): Japanese name meaning 1) "correct quantity/volume," and 2) "good addition."
        177. YOSHINORI (義則): Japanese name meaning "correct rule/law."
        178. YOSHIO (1-誉士夫, 2-良夫): Japanese name meaning 1) "admirable/glorious soldier man," and 2) "good man."
        179. YOSHIRO (1-義郎, 2-良郎, 3-義博): Japanese name meaning 1) "correct boy/man," 2) "good boy/man," and 3) "vastly correct."
        180. YOSHITO (1-義人, 2-美人, 3-由人): Japanese name meaning 1) "correct man," 2) "nice man," and 3) "original man."
        181. YOSHIYUKI (1-義行, 2-吉行, 3-由悠季): Japanese name meaning 1) "correct going/way," 2) "happy going/way," and 3) "original-far-lasting."
        182. YUICHI (1-裕一, 2-雄一): Japanese name meaning 1) "abundant/rich first (son)," and 2) brave first (son)."
        183. YUJI (雄二): Japanese name meaning "brave second (son)."
        184. YUKI (1- 幸, 2- 雪): Unisex short form of Japanese names beginning with Yuki-, meaning 1) "happiness; good fortune" and 2) "snow."
        185. YUKIO (1-幸雄, 2-行雄): Japanese name meaning 1) "happy hero," and "hero's going/way."
        186. YUTAKA (裕): Japanese name meaning "abundant, prosperous, wealthy."
        187. YUU (優): Japanese name meaning "higher, superior."
        188. YUUDAI (雄大): Japanese name meaning "big/great/large hero.

        Japanese Names - Girls

        1. AI (Chinese: 1: 蔼, 2: 爱, Japanese: 1: 藍, 2: 愛): Japanese name meaning 1) "indigo" or 2) "love." Compare with another form of Ai.
        2. AIKA (愛佳): Japanese name meaning "love song."
        3. AIKO (愛子): Japanese name meaning "love child."
        4. AIMI (愛美): Japanese name meaning "love beauty."
        5. AKANE (茜): Japanese name meaning "brilliant red."
        6. AKEMI (明美): Japanese name meaning "bright beauty."
        7. AKI (1-秋, 2-明, 3-晶): Japanese unisex name meaning: 1) "autumn" 2) "bright" 3) "sparkle." Compare with strictly masculine Aki.
        8. AKIKO (1-秋子, 2-明子, 3-晶子): Japanese name meaning 1) "autumn child" or 2) "bright child" or 3) "sparkling child."
        9. AKIRA (1-明, 2-亮): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "bright" or 2) "clear."
        10. AMATERASU (天照): Japanese name composed of the elements ama "heaven, sky" and terasu "to shine," hence "shining over heaven." In mythology, this is the name of a sun goddess who rules the heavens.
        11. AMAYA: Japanese name meaning "night rain." Compare with another form of Amaya.
        12. AOI (1-碧, 2-葵): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "blue" or 2) "hollyhock."
        13. ARISU (アリス): Japanese form of English Alice, meaning "noble sort."
        14. ASAMI (麻美): Japanese name meaning "morning beauty."
        15. ASUKA (明日香): Japanese name meaning "tomorrow fragrance."
        16. ATSUKO (1-篤子, 2-温子): Japanese name meaning 1) "kind child" or 2) "warm child."
        17. AVARON (アヴァロン): Japanese form of Celtic Avalon, meaning "island of apples."
        18. AYA (1-彩, 2-綾): Japanese name meaning 1) "colorful" or 2) "design." Compare with another form of Aya.
        19. AYAKA (1-彩花, 2-彩華): Japanese name meaning 1) "color-flower" or 2) "color-petal."
        20. AYAKO (1-彩子, 2-綾子): Japanese name meaning 1) "color-child" or 2) "design-child."
        21. AYAME (菖蒲): Japanese name meaning "iris flower."
        22. AYANO (1-彩乃, 2-綾乃): Japanese name meaning 1) "my color" or "my design."
        23. AYUMI (あゆみ): Japanese name meaning "pace, stroll, walk."
        24. AZUMI (あずみ): Japanese name meaning "safe residence."
        25. BUNKO: Japanese name meaning "literary child."
        26. CHIASA: Japanese name meaning "one thousand mornings."
        27. CHIE (恵): Japanese name meaning "wisdom."
        28. CHIEKO (恵子): Japanese name meaning "wise child."
        29. CHIHARU (千春): Japanese name meaning "one thousand springs."
        30. CHIKA (散花): Japanese name meaning "scattered flowers." Compare with another form of Chika.
        31. CHIKAKO (千香子): Japanese name meaning "very fragrant child."
        32. CHINATSU (千夏): Japanese name meaning "a thousand summers."
        33. CHIYO (千代): Japanese name meaning "a thousand generations."
        34. CHIYOKO (千代子): Japanese name meaning "child of a thousand generations."
        35. CHO: Variant spelling of Japanese Chou, meaning "butterfly."
        36. CHOU (蝶): Japanese name meaning "butterfly."
        37. EIKO (栄子): Japanese name meaning "long-lived child" or "splendid child."
        38. EMI (1-恵美, 2-絵美): Japanese name meaning 1) "beautiful blessing" or 2) "beautiful picture."
        39. EMIKO (1-恵美子, 2-笑子): Japanese name meaning 1) "beautiful child" or 2) "smiling child."
        40. ERI (絵理): Japanese name meaning "blessed prize."
        41. ETSUKO (悦子): Japanese name meaning "joyful child."
        42. FUJI (富): Japanese name possibly meaning "wisteria."
        43. FUMIKO (文子): Japanese name meaning "child of treasured beauty."
        44. GINA: Japanese name meaning "silvery." Compare with other forms of Gina.
        45. HANA (花): Japanese name meaning "favorite" or "flower." Compare with other forms of Hana.
        46. HANAKO (花子): Japanese name meaning "flower child."
        47. HARU (1-晴, 2-春, 3-陽): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "clear up," 2) "spring," or 3) "sun, sunlight."
        48. HARUKA (遙, 遥, 悠, 遼): Japanese name meaning "distance."
        49. HARUKI (春樹): Japanese name meaning "springtime tree."
        50. HARUKO (はるこ): Japanese name meaning "spring child."
        51. HARUMI (春美): Japanese name meaning "spring beauty."
        52. HIDEKO (秀子): Japanese name meaning "splendid child."
        53. HIKARI (光): Feminine form of Japanese unisex Hikaru, meaning "radiance."
        54. HIKARU (輝): Japanese unisex name meaning "radiance."
        55. HIRO (1-裕, 2-寛, 3-浩): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "abundant," 2) "generous, tolerant," or 3) "prosperous."
        56. HIROKO (1-裕子, 2-浩子, 3-寛子): Japanese name meaning 1) "abundant child," 2) "prosperous child," or 3) "generous child."
        57. HIROMI (1-裕美, 2-浩美, 3-寛美): Japanese name meaning 1) "abundant beauty," 2) "prosperous beauty," or 3) "generous beauty."
        58. HISAKO (久子): Japanese name meaning "long-lived child."
        59. HISOKA (密): Japanese unisex name meaning "reserved."
        60. HITOMI (瞳): Japanese name meaning "pupil (of the eye)." This name is usually given to girls with especially beautiful eyes.
        61. HOSHI (星): Japanese name meaning "star."
        62. HOTARU (蛍): Japanese name meaning "firefly; lightning bug."
        63. IZANAMI (イザナミ): Japanese myth name of the wife of Izanagi, meaning "female who invites."
        64. IZUMI (泉): Japanese name meaning "fountain."
        65. JUN (順): Japanese unisex name meaning "obedient."
        66. JUNKO (1-順子, 2-純子): Japanese name meaning 1) "obedient child" or 2) "pure child."
        67. KAEDE (楓): Japanese unisex name meaning "maple."
        68. KAME: Japanese name meaning "tortoise (symbol of long life)."
        69. KAMEKO (上子): Variant spelling of Japanese Kamiko, meaning "superior child."
        70. KAMEYO: Japanese name meaning "tortoise (symbol of long life)."
        71. KAMIKO (上子): Japanese name meaning "superior child."
        72. KAORI (香織): Japanese name meaning "fragrance weaving."
        73. KAORU (薫): Japanese name meaning "fragrance."
        74. KASUMI (霞): Japanese name meaning "mist."
        75. KATSUMI (勝美): Japanese name meaning "victorious beauty."
        76. KAYO: Japanese name meaning "beautiful/increasing generation."
        77. KAZUE (一恵): Japanese name meaning "branch; first blessing; harmonious."
        78. KAZUKO (1-和子, 2-一子): Japanese name meaning 1) "harmonious/peaceful child" or 2) "only child."
        79. KAZUMI (和美): Japanese name meaning "harmonious beauty."
        80. KEI (1-恵, 2-慶, 3-桂, 4-敬, 5-啓, 6-圭, 7-景): Japanese name meaning 1) "blessed, lucky," 2) "happy," 3) "katsura tree," 4) "respectful," 5) "spring," 6) "square jewel," or "sunny."
        81. KEIKO (1-恵子, 2-慶子, 3-桂子, 4-敬子, 5-啓子, 6-圭子, 7-景子): Japanese name meaning 1) "blessed, lucky child," 2) "happy child," 3) "katsura tree child," 4) "respectful child," 5) "spring child," 6) "square jewel child," or 7) "sunny child."
        82. KIKU (菊): Japanese name meaning "chrysanthemum."
        83. KIMI (君): Short form of Japanese names beginning with Kimi-, meaning "honorable, noble." Compare with another form of Kimi.
        84. KIMIKO (1-后子, 2-君子): Japanese name meaning 1) "empress child," or 2) "noble child."
        85. KIN (欽): Japanese unisex name meaning "gold."
        86. KIYOKO (清子): Japanese name meaning "pure child."
        87. KIYOMI (清見): Japanese name meaning "pure beauty."
        88. KO (1-幸, 2-光, 3-康): Variant spelling of Japanese unisex Kou, meaning 1) "happiness," 2) "light," or "peace."
        89. KOHAKU (琥珀): Japanese unisex name meaning "amber."
        90. KOTONE (琴音): Japanese name meaning "harp sound."
        91. KOU (1-幸, 2-光, 3-康): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "happiness," 2) "light," or "peace."
        92. KUMIKO (久美子): Japanese name meaning "long-time beautiful child."
        93. KYO (1-杏, 2- 京, 3- 協, 4- 郷): Variant spelling of Japanese unisex Kyou, meaning 1) "apricot," 2) "capital," 3) "cooperation," or 4) "village."
        94. KYOKO (恭子): Japanese name meaning "child of the city."
        95. KYOU (1-杏, 2- 京, 3- 協, 4- 郷): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "apricot," 2) "capital," 3) "cooperation," or 4) "village."
        96. MADOKA (1-円, 2-円花): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "circle" or 2) "circle, flower."
        97. MAI (舞): Japanese name meaning "dance." Compare with another form of Mai.
        98. MAIKO (舞子): Japanese name meaning "dancing child."
        99. MAKI (1-真紀, 2-真希, 3-真貴, 4-真樹): Japanese name meaning 1) "true chronicle/record," 2) "true hope," 3) "true precious," or 4) "true timber trees."
        100. MAKOTO (誠): Japanese unisex name meaning "sincere, true."
        101. MANA (愛): Japanese name meaning "affection, love." Compare with other forms of Mana.
        102. MANAMI (1-愛美, 2-愛海): Japanese name meaning 1) "affectionate beauty" or 2) "love sea."
        103. MARI: Japanese form of English Mary, meaning "obstinacy, rebelliousness" or "their rebellion." Compare with another form of Mari.
        104. MARIKO (真里子): Japanese name meaning "true village child."
        105. MASA (1-正, 2-雅, 3-昌, 4-真, 5-政, 6-将): Unisex short form of Japanese names beginning with Masa-, meaning 1) "correct, just," 2) "elegant," 3) "flourishing, prosperous" 4) "genuine, true," 5) "governing, political," 6) "military." Compare with strictly masculine Masa.
        106. MASAKO (1-雅子, 2-昌子): Japanese name meaning 1) "elegant child" or 2) "flourishing child."
        107. MASAMI (雅美): Japanese name meaning "elegant beauty."
        108. MASUMI (真澄): Japanese unisex name meaning "true lucidity."
        109. MASUYO (益世): Japanese name meaning "benefit the world."
        110. MAYUMI (麻弓): Japanese name meaning "true bow (archery)."
        111. MEGUMI (恵): Japanese name meaning "blessing."
        112. MI (美): Japanese name meaning "beauty."
        113. MICHI (道): Japanese unisex name meaning "pathway."
        114. MICHIKO (美智子): Japanese name meaning "beautiful wise child."
        115. MIDORI (緑): Japanese name meaning "green, verdant."
        116. MIEKO (美枝子): Japanese name meaning "beautiful blessing child."
        117. MIHO (1-美保, 2-美帆): Japanese name meaning 1) "beautiful guarantee" or "beautiful sail." Compare with masculine Miho.
        118. MIKA (美香): Japanese name meaning "beautiful fragrance."
        119. MIKI (1-美紀, 2-美姫, 3-美樹, 4-美貴): Japanese name meaning 1) "beautiful chronicle," 2) "beautiful princess," 3) "beautiful tree," or "priceless beauty."
        120. MINAKO (美奈子): Japanese name meaning "beautiful child."
        121. MINORI (里): Japanese unisex name meaning "truth."
        122. MISAKI (美咲): Japanese name meaning "beauty bloom."
        123. MITSUKO (光子): Japanese name meaning "light child" or "shining child."
        124. MITSURU (満): Japanese unisex name meaning "full" or "growing."
        125. MIWA (1-美和, 2-美輪, 3-三和, 4-三輪): Japanese name meaning 1) "beauty, harmony," 2) "beauty, ring/wheel," 3) "three, harmony," or 4) "three, ring/wheel."
        126. MIYAKO (美夜子): Japanese name meaning "beautiful night child."
        127. MIYOKO (美代子): Japanese name meaning "beautiful generation child."
        128. MIYUKI (1-美幸, 2-美雪, 3-深雪): Japanese name meaning 1) "beautiful fortune/happiness," 2) "beautiful snow," or 3) "deep snow."
        129. MIZUKI (美月): Japanese name meaning "beautiful moon."
        130. MOE (萌): Japanese name meaning "budding."
        131. MOMO (モモ): Japanese name meaning "peach."
        132. MOMOE (百恵): Japanese name meaning "hundred blessings."
        133. MOMOKO (桃子): Japanese name meaning "peach child."
        134. MORIKO (森子): Japanese name meaning "forest child."
        135. NANA (ナナ): Japanese name meaning "seven." Compare with other forms of Nana.
        136. NAO (1-直, 2-尚): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "docile" or 2) "esteemed."
        137. NAOKI (直樹): Japanese unisex name meaning "docile tree."
        138. NAOKO (1-直子, 2-尚子): Japanese name meaning 1) "docile child" or 2) "esteemed child."
        139. NAOMI (直美): Japanese name meaning "above all; beauty." Compare with another form of Naomi.
        140. NATSUKO (夏子): Japanese name meaning "summer child."
        141. NATSUMI (夏美): Japanese name meaning "summer beauty."
        142. NOBUKO (信子): Japanese name meaning "faithful child."
        143. NORI (1-儀, 2-典, 3-則, 4-法): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "ceremony, regalia," 2) "code, precedent," 3) "model, rule, standard," 4) "law, rule."
        144. NORIKO (法子 or 典子): Japanese name meaning "law child" or "exemplar child."
        145. RAN (蘭): Japanese name meaning "lily" or "orchid."
        146. REI (1-鈴, 2-零, 3-麗, 4-霊): Japanese name meaning 1) "bell," 2) "nothing, zero" or 3) "lovely," 4) "spirit."
        147. REIKO (麗子): Japanese name meaning "lovely child."
        148. REN (蓮): Japanese name meaning "water lily."
        149. RIE (理恵): Japanese name meaning "valued blessing."
        150. RIKA (泉): Japanese name meaning "valued fragrance." Compare with another form of Rika.
        151. RIKO (理子): Japanese name meaning "jasmine child."
        152. RIN (凛): Japanese name meaning "cold, dignified, severe."
        153. RYO (1-亮, 2-遼, 3-諒, 4-涼): Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "brightness," 2) "distant," 3) "reality," 4) "refreshing."
        154. RYOKO (1-亮子, 2-涼子): Japanese name meaning 1) "bright child" or 2) "refreshing child."
        155. SACHIKO (幸子): Japanese name meaning "happy child."
        156. SAKI (咲): Japanese name meaning "blossom."
        157. SAKIKO (咲子): Japanese name meaning "blossoming child; earlier child."
        158. SAKURA (桜): Japanese name meaning "cherry blossom."
        159. SANGO (さんご): Japanese name meaning "coral."
        160. SAYURI (小百合): Japanese name meaning "lily."
        161. SETSUKO (節子): Japanese name meaning "temperate child."
        162. SHIG: Unisex short form of Japanese names beginning with Shig-, meaning "luxuriant."
        163. SHIGEKO (成子): Japanese name meaning "luxuriant child."
        164. SHIKA (鹿): Japanese name meaning "deer."
        165. SHINJU (真珠): Japanese name meaning "pearl."
        166. SHIORI (詩織): Japanese name meaning "poem; weave."
        167. SHIZUKA (静香): Japanese name meaning "quiet."
        168. SHIZUKO (静子): Japanese name meaning "quiet child."
        169. SORA (空): Japanese unisex name meaning "sky."
        170. SUMIKO (澄子): Japanese name meaning "clear/pure thinking child."
        171. SUSUMU (進): Japanese name meaning "progressing."
        172. SUZU (鈴): Japanese name meaning "bell."
        173. SUZUME (雀): Japanese name meaning "sparrow."
        174. TAKAKO (1-隆子, 2-孝子, 3-貴子, 4-敬子): Japanese name meaning 1) "elevated child," 2) "pious child," 3) "noble child," or "respectful child."
        175. TAKARA (宝): Japanese name meaning "treasure."
        176. TAMIKO (民子): Japanese name meaning "child of the people."
        177. TERUKO (照子): Japanese name meaning "shining child."
        178. TOMIKO (美子): Japanese name meaning "fortune/wealth-child."
        179. TOMOKO (1-友子, 2-知子, 3-智子): Japanese name meaning 1) "friendly child," 2) "knowing child," and 3) "wise child."
        180. TOSHIKO (敏子): Japanese name meaning "clever child."
        181. TSUKIKO (月子): Japanese name meaning "moon child."
        182. UME (梅): Japanese name meaning "plum blossom."
        183. UMEKO (梅子): Japanese name meaning "plum blossom child."
        184. USAGI (兎): Japanese name meaning "rabbit."
        185. YASU (ヤス): Japanese name meaning "assertive child."
        186. YASUKO (康子): Japanese name meaning "peaceful child."
        187. YOKO (1-洋子, 2-陽子): Japanese name meaning 1) "foreign/ocean child" and 2) "sunny child."
        188. YORI (より): Japanese unisex name meaning "servant to the public."
        189. YOSHI (1-義, 2-吉, 3-良): Unisex short form of Japanese names beginning with Yoshi-, meaning 1) "correct," 2) "fine, happy," and 3) "good, nice."
        190. YOSHIE (1-佳江, 2-由栄, 3-淑恵, 4-好恵): Japanese name meaning 1) "beautiful river," 2) "cause-prosper/flourish, 3) "good grace," and 4) "nice favor/grace."
        191. YOSHIKO (1-好子, 2-芳子, 3-良子): Japanese name meaning 1) "favorite child," 2) "fragrant child," and 3) "good child."
        192. YUKA (1-由佳, 2-佑香): Japanese name meaning 1) "cause-good," and 2) "help-fragrant/incense."
        193. YUKI (1-幸, 2-雪): Unisex short form of Japanese names beginning with Yuki-, meaning 1) "happiness; good fortune" and 2) "snow."
        194. YUKIKO (由希子): Japanese name meaning "rare child."
        195. YUKO (1-優子, 2-裕子, 3-祐子): Japanese name meaning 1) "affectionate child," 2) "child of leisure," and 3) "helpful child."
        196. YUMI (由美): Japanese short form of names beginning with Yumi-, meaning "cause-beauty."
        197. YUMIKO (由美子): Japanese name meaning "cause-beauty-child."
        198. YURIKO (百合子): Japanese name meaning "hundred-perfect-child."

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        • #5
          LingvoSoft Online Translation Services

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          • #6
            Okay, we have another Online Translation Dictionary to add to the list, guys.

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            Finally found the Japanese word for "to ride in". It's: noru

            This result was found on yet another Translation site: EUDICT


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            Found yet another translation service.

            Google Translate - Jap/En


            • #7
              FOX NAMES:


              CREVAN: Irish name meaning "fox."

              FOX: From an Old English by-name, meaning "fox."

              REYNARD: Old French name meaning "fox."

              TOD: Variant spelling of English Todd, meaning "fox."

              TODD: English surname transferred to forename use, from a by-name for a cunning person or someone with red hair, from Middle English todde, meaning "fox."

              TOKALA: Native American Dakota name meaning "fox."


              SINOPA: Native American Blackfoot name meaning "fox."