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Japanese Boy Baby Names

This is a collection of baby names from Japan along with their meanings. Japan is based in Eastern Asia and is an island chain between the North Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Japan, east of the Korean Peninsula. The names on this page concentrate on Japanese baby boy or male names. For girl names on this site see the navigation bar to the side

 
  ARATA  
  Japanese name meaning "fresh."  
  DAICHI  
  Japanese name meaning 1) "great land" or 2) "great wisdom."  
  DAIKI  
  Japanese name meaning 1) "great glory," 2) "great noble" or 3) "great tree."  
  DAISUKE  
  Japanese name meaning "great helper."  
  EIJI  
  Japanese name meaning 1) "eternity, next," 2) "great, peace," 3) "great, second (son)," or 4) "prosperity, peace."  
  FUMIO  
  Japanese name meaning "literary/scholarly child."  
  GORO  
  Variant spelling of Japanese Gorou, meaning "fifth son."  
  GOROU  
  Japanese name meaning "fifth son."  
  HACHIRO  
  Japanese name meaning "eighth son."  
  HAJIME  
  Japanese name meaning "beginning."  
  HARU  
   Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "clear up," 2) "spring," or 3) "sun, sunlight." Compare with another form of Haru.  
  HARUO  
  Japanese name meaning "spring man."  
  HIDEAKI  
  Japanese name meaning "shining excellence; splendid brightness."  
  HIDEKI  
  Japanese name meaning "splendid opportunity."  
  HIDEO  
  Japanese name meaning "splendid man."  
  HIKARU  
  Japanese unisex name meaning "radiance."  
  HIRO  
  Japanese unisex name meaning 1) "abundant," 2) "generous, tolerant," or 3) "prosperous."  
 
 
  HIROAKI  
  Japanese name meaning "widespread brightness."  
  HIROKI  
  Japanese name meaning "abundant joy/strength."  
  HIROYUKI  
  Japanese name meaning "widespread happiness."  
  HISAO  
  Japanese name meaning "long-lived man."  
  HISASHI  
  Japanese name meaning "long-lived."  
  HISOKA  
  Japanese unisex name meaning "reserved."  
  HITOSHI  
  Japanese name meaning "even-tempered; level."  
  HOTAKA  
  Japanese name, possibly meaning "step by step," derived from the name of the highest peak in what is known as the Japanese Alps.   
  ICHIRO  
  Variant spelling of Japanese Ichirou, meaning "first son."  
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