Baby Names

22 Uncommon Japanese Baby Names

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This Japanese name is most commonly given to girls, but it is recognized as a unisex name as well, and it’s not unheard of to find boys with the name as well. When you meet anyone with the name at all. As with nearly all Japanese names, the meaning varies depending on what Kanji characters are used to write it. Some sources define Seiko as “sincere” or “someone who is sincere,” while others say “affectionate child,” “pure,” or even “clear weather.” Throughout history, Seiko has been the given name of a number of notable Japanese people, both men and women. In America, on the other hand, Seiko has never been popular.

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