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JAPANESE BOAT NAMES

AI "love"

AKEMI  "bright and beautiful"

AKI   "autumn" or "bright"

AKIKO  "autumn child"

AKIO "bright boy"

AKIRA  "intelligence, brightness"

AMAYA   "night rain"

ARATA    "freshness"

ARISU   " ALICE "

AYA    "woven silk"

CHIKA "wisdom"

EMI   "blessed with beauty"

GINA "silvery""

HARUKO  "spring child"

HIDEAKI  "excellent and bright"

HIKARI   "light"

HIKARU  "light"

HIROSHI   "generous"

HITOMI    "eye"

HOSHI   "star"

HOTARU  "firefly"

ICHIRO   "first son"

ISAMU  "bravery"

IZUMI    "fountain, spring"

JIRO   "second son"

JUNKO "pure child"

KATANA  "sword, blade"

KATASHI "firmness"

KATSU  "victory"

KAZUKI    "pleasant peace"

KEN "strong, healthy"

KENSHIN   "sword heart"

KICHIRO   "lucky son"

KIKU  "chrysanthemum"

KIMIKO  "noble child"

KIN  "golden"

KIYOSHI  "purity"

KOHAKU   "amber"

KUMIKO   "eternal beautiful child"

MASUYO  "to increase the world"

MICHI "pathway"

MIDORI  "green"

MIKI   "tree trunk"

MINORU   "seed"

MITSUKO "child of light"

NANASHI  "without name"

NAOMI "above all, beauty"

NATSUKO  "summer child"

NATSUMI    "beautiful summer"

NIBORI    "rising to eminence"

NOBU    "expansion" or "truth"

NORI    "rule, law"

OSAMU   "law abiding"

RAN   "water lily" in Japanese.

REI   "thanks" or "grace"

REN "water lily"

RYO   "excellent"

RYOTA  "splendidly stout"

SACHIKO   "child of bliss"

SAKI  "cape"

SAKURA  "cherry blossom"

SANGO "coral"

SAYURI  "small lily"

SHINJU  "pearl"

SHO    "thriving" or "brilliant"

SORA "sky"

SUSUMU  "advancement"

SUZU    "bell"

SUZUME  "sparrow"

TAKAKO  "lofty child"

TAKASHI   "eminence"

TAKESHI    bamboo tree" or "brave"

TAKUMI  "artisan"

TAMIKO  "abundance child"

TARO   "first born son"

TOMIKO  "child of wealth"

UME   "plum blossom". Symbolizes devotion.

USAGI "rabbit"

YASU    "calm"

YOKO  "sun child"

YORI  "dependence"

YOSHI    "goodness, luck"

YUKI  "snow" or "luck"

YUKO   "gracious child"

YURI "lily"