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The Top 100 Japanese Baby Girl Names: Origins & Meanings

Updated on 29 July 2021 • 12 minute read
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Did you know that most Japanese names have ties to nature? Many names also carry messages connected with family and society. 

That’s the reason why a lot of parents choose Japanese names for their babies even if their family isn’t Japanese.

Here are our top 100 picks for Japanese names to help you find the best one for your little girl:

 

Popular Japanese Baby Names for Girls

Japanese baby names can have different meanings, depending on the kanji (characters adopted from logographic Chinese characters) used to write them. 

So, one name can have different meanings, yet similarly spelled names can also have totally different meanings.

The following are our top 100 Japanese baby names for girls, with their origins and meanings:

 

Ahma

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Black rain
  • Variations/Synonyms: Restful or dark rain
  • Description: This boho-chic name can also be spelled as Amma.

 

Ai

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Love
  • Variations/Synonyms: Affection
  • Description: This name can also mean mugwort, a species of aromatic flowers.

 

Aiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Child of love
  • Variations/Synonyms:  Love, affection, and child
  • Description: Aiko is a popular name because of its meaning.

 

Aimi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Love, affection, and beauty
  • Variations/Synonyms: Aimee (English) or Amy (English)
  • Description: Some parents choose this name because of its similarity to Amy and Aimee.

 

Aina

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Love of all things green (such as plants and vegetables)
  • Variations/Synonyms: Love, affection, greens, or vegetables
  • Description: Aina uses the kanji for love and affection and combines it with the kanji for vegetables or greens.

 

Airi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Gallant and clever
  • Variations/Synonyms:  Love, affection, pear (fruit), crystal, peace, beautiful, forest, smart, and vivid colors
  • Description: The name combines the kanji for love and affection with pear (fruit).

 

Akane

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Deep red
  • Variations/Synonyms: Light, restful, bright, lovely, beautiful, love, and summer
  • Description: This name can also mean “play the music.”

 

Akari

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Lights or brightness
  • Variations/Synonyms: Vivid color, crystal, beauty, star, smart, and be gifted
  • Description: You might consider the similar name Akira, which means “bright and intelligent.”

 

Akemi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Bright and beautiful
  • Variations/Synonyms: Vermillion (a shade of bright red color)
  • Description: This name can also mean “dawn” or “ocean,” depending on the kanji used

 

Aki

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Bright and glistening just like the autumn
  • Variations/Synonyms: Doing it clearly, light, philosopher, trust, shining light, and crystal
  • Description: The name can also mean “cheerfulness.”

 

Akiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Child of autumn
  • Variations/Synonyms: Trust, light, shining light, philosopher, cheerfulness, and crystal
  • Description: Akiko was created as the combination of Aki, which means “autumn,” and “ko,” which means “child.”

 

Akira

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Clear
  • Variations/Synonyms: Philosopher, bright, light, autumn, morning sun, shining light, radiance, and sparkle
  • Description: This can be a nice name for a bubbly, cheerful child.

 

Anzu

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Apricot (a fruit)
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ripe
  • Description: The name meaning is apricot or ripe, but it can be used as a nice girl name, too.

 

Aoi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Hollyhock or althea (flowers)
  • Variations/Synonyms: Vivid colors, love, dark blue, cherry blossoms, refreshing, love, great, and sacred
  • Description: This flowery name could be a nice name for a girl.

 

Asahi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Morning sun
  • Variations/Synonyms: Vividness, light, bright sun, fly in the sky, progress, bloom, and fortune
  • Description: Depending on the kanji used, this name can also mean “princess.”

 

Asami

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Hemp and beauty
  • Variations/Synonyms: Origin, morning, water, ocean, sacred, attractive, and wave
  • Description: Asami is popular because some parents think that it’s a cool-sounding name.

 

Asuka

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Fly or bird
  • Variations/Synonyms: Flower, bright, sun, pearl, song, large hill, beautiful, and summer
  • Description: This could be a name for an adventurous child.

 

Aya

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Colorful
  • Variations/Synonyms: Bright, blessed, to master the academic, and progress
  • Description: The name means “colorful” and is a fun alternative to common girl names like Maya, Kaia, or Isla.

 

Ayaka

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Color or flower
  • Variations/Synonyms: Vivid colors, beautiful, craftsmanship, a kind of jewelry, summer, entertainer, and play the music
  • Description: Ayaka is made by combining “aya,” which means color, and “ka,” which means “someone.” But it can also be spelled as Ayako because “ko” means “child.”

 

Ayame

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Iris
  • Variations/Synonyms: Love, sprout, craftsmanship, princess, vividness, strawberry, and thanks
  • Description: Ayame means a flowering plant named iris with flowers in purple, violet, or purple-red.

 

Bashira

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Joyful
  • Variations/Synonyms: Beautiful smile
  • Description: This joyful Japanese girl name sounds sweet. It can be shortened to Shira.

 

Chihiro

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Thousand or big
  • Variations/Synonyms: Search, seek, superiority, infinite space and time, long life, progress, and wide sea
  • Description: The name also means “spread the light.” It’s a popular choice for parents who are fans of the Japanese animated fantasy film “Spirited Away” because it’s the main character’s name.

 

Chiho

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Beauty of a rice field
  • Variations/Synonyms: Sprout, smart, or knowledge
  • Description: You can also use Chihoko, which can roughly translate to “a beautiful child of the rice field.”

 

Chika

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Scattered flowers or good wisdom
  • Variations/Synonyms: Harmonious, lovely, beautiful, smart, kind, fine, summer, and ocean
  • Description: This can be a good choice to name a kind child.

 

Chikako

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Child of a thousand wisdom
  • Variations/Synonyms: Child of a thousand flowers
  • Description: This name has many different interpretations, including “a child of a thousand summers” or “a child of a thousand oceans,” depending on what kanji you’ll use.

 

Chiyo

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: A thousand generations
  • Variations/Synonyms: Fortune, generation, lotus, sun, smart, and beauty
  • Description: The name makes a tribute to your family’s ancestors.

 

Cho

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Butterfly
  • Variations/Synonyms: Super
  • Description: It can also be spelled as “Chou,” which holds the same meaning. 
  • In Japanese culture, “cho” or “chou” is used to mean “super,” so that “chou yabai” means “super cool.”

 

Emi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Beautiful smile
  • Variations/Synonyms: Laugh, heart, kindness, bloom, water, light, good, progress, and blessed
  • Description: Some parents take the spelling Emi as a variation to Emy or Emmie’s English spellings.

 

Emiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Beautiful child
  • Variations/Synonyms: A child with a beautiful smile
  • Description: Emiko combines the kanjis for “beautiful smile” (emi) and “child” (ko).

 

Etsuko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Child of joy
  • Variations/Synonyms: Rainbow, joy, blessed, forever and ever, camellia, and harbor
  • Description: Etsuko can also mean a “child of the rainbow” or “a blessed child.”

 

Fumiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Intellectual or a smart girl
  • Variations/Synonyms: Pearl, love, rainbow, aromatic, help someone, beauty, disciplined, and wealth
  • Description: It can be shortened to Fumi or Miko.

 

Fuyuko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Winter child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Winter, wealth, help of god, reason, friend, a child of winter, and lotus
  • Description: This name could be a choice for babies born during winter.

 

Hana

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Flower or blossom
  • Variations/Synonyms: Fountain, love, harmony, calm, serenity, beauty, crystal, snow, gem, cherry blossoms, and summer
  • Description: If you like Hannah (a biblical name), Hana could be another option you can choose for your baby.

 

Hanako

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Flower child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Love, calm, serenity, harmony, beauty, snow, gem, crystal, cherry blossoms, and summer
  • Description: Hanako is made from the combination of ‘hana’ and the kanji for ‘ko,’ which means “child.”

 

Haruka

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: A child of the spring blossom or simply “the spring child.”
  • Variations/Synonyms: Spring fragrance, infinite space and time, forever and ever, lovely, sun, spring, a beautiful flower, and wind
  • Description: Haru can be a good choice for your baby who’s born on a clear, sunny day or in springtime. It can also be a nice name for a child who brings a ray of sunlight into your life.

 

Haruna

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Spring flower
  • Variations/Synonyms: Greens, new beginnings, beautiful, spring, hazel, God’s decree, calm, and beach
  • Description: This could also be a nice name for a baby born in spring.

 

Hayami

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Rare beauty
  • Variations/Synonyms: Early, sprout, beautiful lady, water, and a strong gale
  • Description: Some parents prefer this name because it means “beautiful lady” and celebrates every woman’s rare beauty.

 

Hikari

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Light
  • Variations/Synonyms: Sun, the light of the sun, beautiful, lovely, cool, love, flower, shine, and bright
  • Description: This name could mean a child who brings sunshine or light into your life.

 

Himari

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Home of light and love
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ball of light, true, ten thousand, jasmine, hollyhock flower, love, sun, village, dream, crystal, dance, holly, princess, or sunflower
  • Description: Himari is popular because of its melodic sound and its association with different flowers.

 

Himiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Sun child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Princess, beauty, sacred, flower, progress, and sun
  • Description: The name means child of the sun and could be a great choice for your baby who’s born in summer or a child with a cheerful disposition.

 

Hinata

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: A sunny place
  • Variations/Synonyms: Fruit trees, poetry, bloom, play music, sun, warm, princess, gentle, laugh, and pleasant
  • Description: Hinata is made with a combination of kanji characters “hina” and “ta” that could mean sun, light, green, and vegetables. So, it would be great for a baby who might love the earth or who’s born during spring when plants are in bloom.

 

Honoka

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Harmony flower
  • Variations/Synonyms: Beautiful, lovely, play the music, fire, high quality, summer, flower, cherry blossoms, entertainer, sail, and fruits.
  • Description: This sweet-sounding name could be a nice one for a beautiful baby.

 

Hoshiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Star child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Child of the star
  • Description: You can choose the shorter version, Hoshi, which means “star.”

 

Ichika

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: One summer
  • Variations/Synonyms: Best, entertainer, one thousand flowers, love, beautiful, harmony, peace, excellent, summer, delighted, maple tree, and play the music.
  • Description: This modern baby name has anime connotations.

 

Isamu

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Brave
  • Variations/Synonyms: Vigorous, robust, and energetic
  • Description: A lot of parents love this name because it means “brave.”

 

Izumi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Fountain and spring
  • Variations/Synonyms: Kindness, the reason, fruit, crane, ocean, serenity, harmony, peace, fountain, pure, fountain, and water
  • Description: This name would be a nice option for a baby who’s born in spring or near the ocean.

 

Jin

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Quiet or benevolence
  • Variations/Synonyms:  Strong, benevolence, god, heart, serve, aspire, and camp
  • Description: Jin could be a nice name for a baby with a gentle and tender nature.

 

Junko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Obedience or pure
  • Variations/Synonyms: Truth, sincerity, season, sincerity, consult, polite, courteous, and beautiful pattern of fabric
  • Description: This name means an obedient child.

 

Kagami

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Mirror or clear
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ocean, incense, and beauty
  • Description: This cool name can be a nice pick for a clear-minded girl.

 

Kairi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Ocean village
  • Variations/Synonyms: Clear as crystal, free, cypress, cherry blossoms, bell, picture, and treasure
  • Description: You can change the spelling to Kairy, which means “sea.”

 

Kana

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Beautiful
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ocean, beautiful, window, true, gentle, calm, lovely entertainer, and harmony
  • Description: This name can also be spelled as Kanna.

 

Kaori

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Nice scent or perfume
  • Variations/Synonyms: Aromatic, entertainment, woven, cherry blossoms, summer, beautiful, and flower
  • Description: This sweet name could be perfect for a child born in summer.

 

Kasumi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Mist 
  • Variations/Synonyms: Beautiful, pure, song, harmony, peace, serene, heart, spring, and ocean
  • Description: The name is also made from the combination of the kanji for flower and pure.

 

Kazuko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Peaceful child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Moon, serenity, peace, long life, knowledge, luck, and pearl
  • Description: This nice name could be lovely for a peaceful, quiet child.

 

Kei

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Gemstone
  • Variations/Synonyms: Hope, firefly, understand, clever, lovely, engagement, aromatic, and great
  • Description: This lovely name can be a short version of Keiko. It used to be popular as a baby boy name but has become increasingly used as a female name in recent years.

 

Kiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Hope
  • Variations/Synonyms: Bright
  • Description: This sweet name is chosen by parents who want a short name with a nice meaning.

 

Kimi 

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Honorable
  • Variations/Synonyms: Ocean, joy, craftsmanship, kindness, beauty, progress, hope, princess, and fountain
  • Description: The name can be a variation for the English names Kimmy and Kimberly.

 

Koko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Stork
  • Variations/Synonyms: Love, deep red, rainbow, heart, Japanese harp, live longer, fortune, and be delighted.
  • Description: Parents may favor this name because of its similarity to Coco, a French fashion brand.

 

Kumiko 

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: A forever beautiful child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Kindness, fruit, beauty, sacred, progress, sky, and beautiful black stone
  • Description: This stylish name is a good pick for a precious, kind child.

 

Mami

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: True and beauty
  • Variations/Synonyms: Truth, jasmine, beauty, hemp, kindness, fine, shrine, pearl, ocean, genuine, and progress
  • Description: This name relates to truth and beauty, making it a nice choice for your little girl.

 

Mana

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Love or affection
  • Variations/Synonyms: True, calm, fruit trees, superior, ten thousand, camphor tree, and sincerity
  • Description: The name hails from different Japanese characters but can also be spelled as Manna (Italian) which means “windfall.”

 

Masako

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Elegant child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Graceful, crystal, Japanese spindle tree, true, elegance, sand, bloom, cherry blossoms, and vivid colors
  • Description: It could make a nice name for a graceful or elegant child.

 

Mayumi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Elegant and truth
  • Variations/Synonyms: Reason, real, kindness, ocean, beauty, bow, superior, and attractive
  • Description: It could also mean an elegant, graceful child.

 

Megumi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Favor or blessings
  • Variations/Synonyms: Benefit, favor, light, river, blessed, love, benevolence, fortune, affectionate, kindness, water, and progress
  • Description: Because every child is a blessing, this name could be a nice choice for your baby girl.

 

Mei

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Bud or sprout
  • Variations/Synonyms: Bright, the reason, blessed, life, good, love, vividness, princess, and emphasis
  • Description: The name also means “blessed” and could make a lovely choice for your little princess.

 

Michi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Path
  • Variations/Synonyms: Myself, smart, knowledgeable, delighted, and beauty
  • Description: It could be a cool name for your “mini-me.”

 

Mika

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: A beautiful flower
  • Variations/Synonyms: Lovely, summer, kindness, fruit, fragrant, song, good, and come true
  • Description: The name is made from a kanji for beautiful and another for fragrance.

 

Miki

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: A flower stem
  • Variations/Synonyms: Tree, light, kindness, hope, gorgeous, joy, and rare
  • Description: This could be a nickname for the English name Michelle, too.

 

Mio

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: A beautiful cherry blossom
  • Variations/Synonyms: Heart, second, harmony, peace, light, dream, kindness, go through the years, love, and sound
  • Description: This sweet name befits a peaceful child.

 

Misaki

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Beautiful blossom
  • Variations/Synonyms: Beauty, heart, cherry blossoms, fortune, good, laugh, light, bloom, fountain, and prayer
  • Description: The name could also be for a baby who’s a blessing to your family.

 

Mitsuki

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Beautiful moon
  • Variations/Synonyms: Princess, kindness, hope, light, season, three, brightness, rare, and joy
  • Description: This name is a tribute to the moon and could be a nice name for a baby born at night.

 

Moriko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Forest child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Crystal or cloud
  • Description: A name for a forest child, Moriko can be a good pick for a nature-loving child.

 

Nara

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Flower from heaven
  • Variations/Synonyms: Beautiful, fruit trees, and good
  • Description: Some parents pick this floral name for their baby girl because it’s also related to the heavens.

 

Niko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Amber stone or the gem-like quality from the amber stone
  • Variations/Synonyms: Benevolence and tiger
  • Description: Niko is among the popular boys’ names that can also be a nice option for girls.

 

Ren

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Water lily
  • Variations/Synonyms: Pure heart, lotus, clever, ripple, dream, and maple tree
  • Description: This name has anime characteristics but is favored by parents because it also means “pure heart.”

 

Renho

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Pure heart and friend
  • Variations/Synonyms: Lotus, step, and clever
  • Description: Some parents pick this name because they want their baby to be one with a pure heart for her friends.

 

Rin

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: A gallant, dignified person
  • Variations/Synonyms: Orchid, beautiful ball, apricot, dream, extraordinary, crystal, and bell
  • Description: Though it just differs by a vowel from Ren, Rin has a totally different meaning. The two use different kanji characters.

 

Rio

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: White jasmine
  • Variations/Synonyms: Smart, firebird, gallant, courageous, love, shining light, cherry blossoms, and interest
  • Description: Rio can be a unisex name because it can also be written in a kanji that means “king.”

 

Risa

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Growing flowers at home
  • Variations/Synonyms: Crystal, morning, bloom, beautiful, smart, gallant, vivid colors, helping someone, fortune, interest, and sand
  • Description: This whimsical Japanese name is popular for its nice meaning and similarity to the English name Risa which means “laughter.” 

 

Sachiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Child of bliss
  • Variations/Synonyms: Luck, knowledge, love, fortune, smartness, and knowledge
  • Description: This name can also mean a happy or lucky child who’s filled with happiness.

 

Sakura

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Cherry blossoms
  • Variations/Synonyms: Flourish, good fortune, bloom, and flowers
  • Description: This floral name is popularly used for baby girls born in spring.

 

Sara

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Happiness
  • Variations/Synonyms: Soul, pleasant, music, purity, vivid, cherry blossoms, orchid, and love
  • Description: It’s spelled just like the English version, which means “princess” or “happy.”

 

Sato

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Sugar
  • Variations/Synonyms: Benevolence, clever, village, township, sacred, helping someone, capital, and bloom
  • Description: Sato is sometimes spelled as Satoh or Satou.

 

Seiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: A force to be reckoned with
  • Variations/Synonyms: Gentle, shining bright, affection, lake, star, heart, and rainbow
  • Description: Seiko is actually a watch brand from Japan, but the name is still favored by parents who want their baby girls to have a strong-sounding name.

 

Sora

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Sky
  • Variations/Synonyms: Refreshing, wind, summer, heaven, central, serene, forever and ever, infinite space and time, beauty, and true
  • Description: This lovely name has a refreshing sound that makes it popular with new parents.

 

Suzuki

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Bell wood or bell tree
  • Variations/Synonyms: Bright, hope, joy, cool, season, and living
  • Description: Suzuki is also a popular brand in Japan, known for its manufacturing motorcycles, cars, and marine vehicles. But the bright name is also used by some parents to name their joyful baby girls.

 

Takako

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: A noble child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Heart, good child, wise child, a child who’s willing to serve her parents, harmony, precious, and modest
  • Description: Takako would make a good name for a noble but kindhearted girl.

 

Takara

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Treasure
  • Variations/Synonyms: Sky, brightness, heaven, good, truth, precious, fine, and honor
  • Description: A child named Takara is one that her parents truly treasure.

 

Tamiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Child of many beauties
  • Variations/Synonyms: Fruit, kindness, many, heart, ocean, and beauty
  • Description: Tamiko is a popular name because of its beautiful meaning.

 

Tatsuya

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Achieve
  • Variations/Synonyms: Dragon, achieve, night, progress, arrow, start, reach, tree, call, stand, and progress.
  • Description: Tatsuya is often confused with Tetsuya, which means “philosophy.”

 

Tokyo

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Eastern capital
  • Variations/Synonyms: Capital city
  • Description: This is a unisex name that parents use to honor Japan’s capital city, Tokyo.

 

Tomoko 

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Wise child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Wisdom, intellect, a friend with favor, benefit, morning, heart, lake, clever, friendly, and knowing
  • Description: This name would be great for your wise baby girl.

 

Toshiko

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Sharp child
  • Variations/Synonyms: Quick, clever, excellent, aspire, interest, long life, elegant, light, and sacred.
  • Description: Toshiko can also be a nice name for a clever little girl.

 

Tsubaki

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Camellia flower
  • Variations/Synonyms: Princess
  • Description: This can be a nice floral name for your baby girl.

 

Ume

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Japanese apricot
  • Variations/Synonyms: Plum, blue, sprout, love, dream, courage, and blessed
  • Description: This name may also be spelled as Oume or Yume.

 

Yasu

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Peaceful or smooth
  • Variations/Synonyms: Gentle, restful, guarantee, and healthy
  • Description: This unisex name can also mean “calm.”

 

Yayoi

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Increase and birth or life
  • Variations/Synonyms: Genuine, progress, living, night, beautiful, and generation
  • Description: This can be a beautiful name for a baby girl in modern times.

 

Yua

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Love and affection
  • Variations/Synonyms: Help someone, vividness, tie, bind, harmony, apricot, brightness, elegance, peace, beauty, friend, and grace
  • Description: This is a simple but sweet name for a baby girl you and your family love.

 

Yui

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Excellence
  • Variations/Synonyms: Superiority, gentleness, dream, reason, and clothing or garment
  • Description: This name can be perfect for a little girl who can be an achiever someday.

 

Yuzuki

  • Origin: Japanese
  • Meaning: Hope
  • Variations/Synonyms: Grapefruit, citrus fruit, bloom, snow, pearl, evening, princess, rare, Chinese bellflower, radiance, precious, and gorgeous
  • Description: Yuzuki is a nice name that befits your little princess.

 

 

 

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