Caroline
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translated name into kanji for Caroline. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Sasuke
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Sasuke a character for a video game Ninja Master’s. Sasuke Uchiha, a character in Naruto manga/animation. Sarutobi Sasuke, a character in Japanese children’s stories. Sasuke or NinjaRed, one of several main characters in the Ninja Sentai Kakuranger television series. It is one of the names of Japanese men, and it also exists as a … Read More

Sakura, Cherry blossom
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1. a light shade of red. traditional color’s name. 2. any of numerous trees and shrubs producing a small fleshy round fruit with a single hard stone. 3. horsemea 4. HEX:#F0E0E0 R:253 G:217 B:217 C:0.0% M:6.3% Y:6.7% K:0.4% Japanese says sakura. > name of colors stock 漢字 桜 さくら 桜色 さくらいろ

Son goku
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The monkey of the protagonist of the Chinese novel, a feature novel “Saiyuki”. At first, the hero of animation/manga Dragon ball is also a quote from this novel. > product for example そんごくう 漢字

grace
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a disposition to kindness and compassion. the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God. Japanese calls Megumi, Kei or E. > wellness and peaceful stocks けい めぐみ 漢字

Toyoda, Toyota
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Toyoda, Toyota is the 237th common Japanese surname. Toyoda, Toyota means a field where you can get a good harvest, which gives you abundant fruit. > products Ranked by surname (family name) in Japan. Ranking Surname approximate number of persons 1st Sato 1,853,000 2nd Suzuki 1,786,000 3rd Takahashi 1,399,000 4th Tanaka 1,326,000 5th Ito … Read More

Carina
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translated name into kanji for Carina. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Carey
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name translated into kanji for Carey. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Candace
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Name Candace translated into Japanese Kanji. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Carla
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Name Carla translated into Japanese Kanji. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Barbie
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translated name into kanji for Barbie. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Becky
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name translated into kanji for Becky. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Bill by name
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name translated into kanji for Bill. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Alakina (new)
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Your (her/his) name in Japanese letters [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > name in kanji stocks

Alana
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translated name into kanji for Alana. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Alba
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translated name into kanji for Alba. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Alberta
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name translated into kanji for Alberta. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Alethea
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Name Alethea translated into Japanese Kanji. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Alex for name
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translated name into kanji for Alex. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name into kanji?

Alexia
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name translated into kanji for Alexia. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Alexis
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name translated into kanji for Alexis. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Algy
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name translated into kanji for Algy. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Alice
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translated name into kanji for Alice Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Lille Lilly Lily by name
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translated name into kanji for Lille, Lilly and Lily. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji? リリー 漢字

Sasuke in Katakana
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Sasuke a character for a video game Ninja Master’s. Sasuke Uchiha, a character in Naruto manga and animation. Sarutobi Sasuke, a character in Japanese children’s stories. Sasuke or NinjaRed, one of several main characters in the Ninja Sentai Kakuranger television series. It is one of the names of Japanese men, and it also exists … Read More

Aileen
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translated name into kanji for Aileen. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

agatha
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translated name into kanji for Agatha. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Agnes
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translated name into kanji for Agnes. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Aggy
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translated name into kanji for Aggy. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Aeneas
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translated name into kanji for Aeneas. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Adriana
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translated name into kanji for Adriana. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Adeline
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name translated into kanji for Adeline. Your (her/his) name became a Japanese Kanji. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Ades
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translated name into kanji for Ades. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

Verna by name
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Name Verna translated into Japanese Kanji. Your (her/his) name became a Chinese character [Kanji]. This used as a phonetic symbol rather than for its meaning. > What are your (his/her) name in kanji?

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