Hiro significado: Nombres japoneses para niños y niñas

Hiro significado: Nombres japoneses para niños y niñas

Nombres japoneses para niños y niñas

Japón es uno de los destinos más visitados por los turistas de todo el mundo. Un país que siempre está entre los primeros lugares de todos los ránkings, ya sea por su cultura tan diferente a la nuestra o por su deliciosa gastronomía. O por lo exótico que nos suena llegar allí. El caso es que, si pudiésemos, muchos pondríamos rumbo a la isla nipona. Algunos, incluso, han puesto el ojo y buscan allí el nombre perfecto para su hijo o hija.

Aún a pesar de que pienses que los nombres son raros e impronunciables, lo cierto es que escritos en nuestro lenguaje, son bonitos, originales y, sobre todo, repletos de significado. Ninguno aún es de los que más se usan en España ni son tendencia este año, pero quizás alguno de los que te proponemos, llegue a conquistarte. Eso sí, prevalecen los que comienzan por ‘h’, ‘j’ e ‘i’.

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Nombres japoneses bonitos para niños

  • Akemi: nombre que significa “belleza de madrugada”.
  • Akihiro: que se traduce por “luz que brilla en el extranjero”.
  • Daichi: significa “gran terreno”.
  • Daiki: muy parecido al anterior en cuanto a fonética, significa “chico de gran valor, con coraje, valiente”.
  • Hideki, que se traduce por “magnifica oportunidad”.
  • Hiro: un nombre con doble significado, pero muy parecido, “amplio y grande”.
  • Hiroshi: se traduce como “hombre generoso, de buen corazón”.
  • Hisoka: se traduce como “reservado y tímido”, pero también es aquel “que sabe guardar un secreto”.
  • Hitoshi: muy parecido al que hemos visto anteriormente, pero con otro significado como es el de “responsable, sabio y reflexivo”.
  • Katashi, que hace referencia a un “chico firme, serie, extremadamente disciplinado”.
  • Katsu, Katsuo o Katsuro, que hacen referencia a un “niño o hijo victorioso”.
  • Kenichi: que hace referencia “al fundador de la ciudad”.
  • Kenji: significa “hombre inteligente, hábil y lúcido”.
  • Kichiro, que significa “el hijo que es afortunado”.
  • Masahiko: significa “príncipe correcto y bondadoso”.
  • Masaru: es aquel “chico inteligente y exitoso”.
  • Masuyo, que literalmente significa “aumentar el mundo”.
  • Naoko: significa “hombre modesto y honesto”, siendo aquel en el que se puede confiar.
  • Raiden: hace referencia, según la propia mitología japonesa, al Dios de la Tempestad.
  • Ringo: nombre que tiene también dos significados. Por un lado, “manzana”, pero por otro, “que la paz sea con todos vosotros”.

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Nombres japoneses bonitos para niñas

  • Aiko: significa “hija querida”, es una chica que se hace amar y respetar.
  • Akane: su significado literal es “rojo brillante”.
  • Akira, que significa “luz brillante”.
  • Amaya: nombre muy fácil de combinar en nuestro país, que significa “lluvia nocturna”.
  • Ayaka: significa “flor colorida”.
  • Chiasa: significa “un millón de amaneceres”.
  • Chieko: hace referencia a una “mujer con sabiduría e inteligencia, de gran bagaje cultural”.
  • Dai: significa “grande” y se asocia con las mujeres poderosas y ambiciosas.
  • Emiko: significa “mujer sonriente, feliz y risueña”.
  • Hanako: como en algún caso masculino, este nombre tiene doble significado, aunque relacionados. Por un lado, “criatura de las flores”; por otro, “flor de feria”.
  • Hayami: hace referencia a una “mujer de gran belleza, un tanto inusual”.
  • Hekima: significa “sabia, reflexiva y paciente”.
  • Ima: nombre corto que significa “mujer que vive el momento”.
  • Kaedé: hace referencia a la “hoja de arce”.
  •  Kaori: significa “fragancia”.
  • Katsumi, que significa “belleza victoriosa”.
  • Keiko: hace referencia a una “mujer divertida y alegre”.
  • Kioko, que también hace referencia a una mujer “risueña, feliz y alegre”.
  • Masako: significa “hija verdadera”.
  • Nyoko: significa “piedra preciosa”.

Significado del nombre Hiro — Origen e Historia

Nombre: Hiro

Sexo: Mixta (Masculino y Femenino)

Uso: Hiro es un nombre popular que puede ser llevado por una persona de sexo masculino y femenino.

Las personas que se llaman Hiro pueden ser originarias de: Japón.

Variantes: Las variantes del nombre Hiro a través del mundo son Hiroki.

Significado: El significado del nombre Hiro es: Generoso (Generous), Ancho (Broad) (*).

No dudes en consultar los comentarios de otras personas o compartir los suyos con nosotros aquí si tienes más información acerca de este nombre.

N.B. Traducción automática en español (*). A veces ocurre que otro nombre tenga el mismo significado. Esto no tiene nada sorprendente: los dos nombres tienen el mismo origen o los mismos números de numerología.

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El nombre Hiro está clasificado en la 5.970.º posición de los nombres más dados. Por lo tanto se trata de un nombre común.

Se estima que existen por lo menos 48900 personas en el mundo que han recibido este nombre, lo que representa el 0.001% de la población. El nombre Hiro está compuesto por cuatro letras. Es relativamente corto, comparado con los otros nombres referenciados en nuestra base de datos.

No disponemos de datos suficientes para visualizar el número de personas que han recibido el nombre Hiro año por año.

Se celebra el nombre Hiro el 12 noviembre.

Historia e Origen

Hiro es un nombre de pila masculino japonés con múltiples significados, dependiendo de los caracteres utilizados. 裕 significa «abundante». 寛 significa «generoso, tolerante» y 浩 significa «próspero». Las personas notables con el nombre incluyen:

  • Hiro Yamagata (artista) (nacido en 1948), pintor/ artista japonés
  • Hiro (productor musical) (nacido en 1985), productor musical japonés (escritor de «Taboo» de Kumi Koda)
  • Hiro (fotógrafo) (nacido en 1930), fotógrafo de moda estadounidense.
  • Hiroko Shimabukuro (nacido en 1984), músico japonés con el nombre artístico de Hiro
  • Hiroyuki Watanabe (nacido en 1955), actor japonés
  • Hiro Mashima (nacido en 1977), artista de manga japonés y el creador de Rave Master y «Fairy Tail», entre otros Manga
  • Hiro Muramoto (fallecido en 2010), camarógrafo y periodista japonés asesinado durante las protestas políticas tailandesas de 2010
  • Hiro Fujiwara artista de manga japonesa, una vez activa bajo su seudónimo anterior, Izumi Hiro
  • Hiro Mizushima (nacido en 1984), modelo japonés y actor
  • Hiro Shimono (nacido en 1980), actor de voz japonés

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Actor Mizushima Hiro drama list. Sorting for the year of writing

Name: Mizushima Hiro /Mizushima Hiro /Mizushima Hiro /水嶋
Real name: Sito Tomokhiro /斉藤

Place of birth: Tokyo, Japan
Growth: 181 cm
Weight: 65 kg
Blood type: AB
Family: older sister (3 years older), wife Japanese pop singer Ayaka, two daughters (2015 and 2019
Languages: Japanese, English
Hobbies: football, writing hip-hop songs

Hiro Mizushima became famous after starring in the drama Kabuto, the Masked Rider.

Hiro is bilingual and ideally speaks Japanese and English. As a child, Mizushima was a very calm and quiet child who loved animals and loved to walk and be in nature.

He spent his school years in the city of Zurich, Switzerland because of his father’s work. Been there since 1990 to 1996. At the Swiss school, he often succumbed to bullying because of his Asian appearance, however, he was very successful in his studies. He finished his junior high school in Switzerland, then his family made a spontaneous decision to move to Japan. He had already gone to high school in Japan, which was a huge problem for him, because he spoke much better English than Japanese, so he had to work hard to study on a par with his peers. Also at school, he was very fond of playing football, he was a member of the school football club. And this is not surprising, because Hiro’s father is a football player, and his love for this sport has been instilled in him since childhood. However, he had to give up the sport due to a serious injury he sustained while playing while in high school.

When Hiro was a high school student, he dreamed of going to study abroad after graduating from high school, so he did not sit still and worked part-time and saved money in his spare time. All of a sudden, he was offered a job as a model. She was highly paid, so Hiro agreed. For several years he worked in the modeling business. Then he was noticed by the director of the agency Ken-On and invited him to enter the entertainment industry. Hiro agreed. And it was because of his career in the entertainment industry that he decided not to go abroad to study.

Hiro Mizushima entered Keio University after graduating from high school, studying political relations. Graduated from university with a bachelor’s degree.

Mizushima first appeared on television in 2005, playing the role of Hiro Misawa, a minor character in the drama Gokusen 2. In the same year, he played a cameo role in the drama «After Rain and Dreams» and a small role in the drama «Battle of Brothers».

In 2006, he starred in the drama «Kabuto the Masked Rider» and also starred in the sequel movie of the series.

Starting in 2007, Hiro began to aim for bigger roles in popular projects. For example, for a minor role in the drama «For You in All Blooms» and a minor but important role in the drama «The Perfect Boy» in 2008. Both dramas were a huge success among viewers and film critics, thanks to these projects, Hiro became popular throughout Asia. He then decides to try his hand as a seiyuu, voicing the character Bruce Banner in the Japanese dub of «The Incredible Hulk». He then took on the role of Jiro Mori in the 2008 drama Royal Apartments.

In 2009, he starred in the drama «Mei-chan’s Butler» as a perfect butler. In the same year, he played the role of Toranosuke Hayashida in the drama Mr. Brain, where he played an assistant detective. In the same year, he was offered the role of an eccentric police officer in the drama Tokyo Dogs, where he collaborated with actor Oguri Shun. A little later, he starred in the feature film «The Fall».

On February 22, 2009, Hiro married Japanese pop singer Ayaka after several months of dating.

In 2010, Mizushima got the role of Ryusuke Minami in the film «Beck», in which he collaborated with his old colleague in the drama «Mei-chan the Butler» — Sato Takeru. In September 2010, his agency announced that Hiro would be retiring from acting and would strive to develop as a writer. On October 31, 2010, his first book was published, which collected 20 million yen. He wrote it under the pseudonym Satoshi Saito. He donated all the proceeds from the sales of the book to charity. It was also rumored that he retired from acting due to the fact that his wife, singer Ayaka, was very seriously ill and he would like to spend more time with her.

In December 2010, he published two more books, which for several months were considered the most popular and best-selling books in Japan.

In 2014, Hiro starred in the film Black Butler as Sebastian Michaelis and co-produced and co-wrote the project. The film was screened in Toronto at the Japan Film Festival and at the 2014 Brussels International Film Festival.

In January 2014, Mizushima Hiro attended the premiere of his new film «Dark Butler», directed by Otani Kentaro and Sato Keichi. At the premiere, Hiro shed tears because he was too touched. This happened after the actress Yamamoto Mizuki, who plays one of the main roles in the movie Hiro, started crying. Mizushima also commented, «We are very grateful to the fans for their support. They are the ones who inspired us to make this film.» Hiro also expressed his gratitude to the actors working in the project, namely Gouriki Ayama and Yuka.

In October 2014, he opened his official Instagram account, his wife, singer Ayaka, announced this on her Twitter.

In December 2014, it was announced that Mizushima Hiro and his wife, singer Ayaka, would become parents. Ayaka has announced that it will continue its activities until the spring of next year. The singer commented: «I have always been very worried about my health, and as soon as I was informed that I had finally recovered from Bechterew’s disease, we decided that this was a great opportunity for us to think about the birth of a child. We succeeded, we reached this blissful moment» .

On February 2, 2015, Mizushima Hiro publicly congratulated his wife on her 9th anniversary in the entertainment industry. He posted a photo of Ayaka on Instagram, where he wrote, «I congratulate you on your 9th anniversary since starting your career. I’m so happy for you Ayaka. Thank you to everyone who supports her along the way.»

On June 19, 2015, it was announced that Mizushima Hiro became a father and had a daughter. Mizushima was present at the birth, and shared that he and his wife could not get enough of their baby.

Interesting facts.

— Many people say that at first glance Hiro seems to be a very cold person, but in reality this is far from being the case.

— Disliked food — fried and boiled fish.

— He likes to listen to music and writes lyrics in his spare time. Can play several musical instruments.

— For his role in the drama «Tokyo Dogs», he grew a beard for 9 months.

— Frequently used phrase: «You can do it!».

— Friends with the director of Fuji TV — Nakamura Mitsuhiro (at university together), with host Saito Maiko, actors Kimura Takuya, Shinagawa Yu, Ikuta Toma

— Hiro’s sister was the winner of the Miss Keio 2000 beauty pageant.

— Favorite food — sushi, meat, sweets, bread, celery, pumpkin.

— Huge Eminem fan.

— Favorite item of clothing — jeans

— Considers touchiness as his main flaw in character.

— He takes care of his teeth very carefully, so he tries to eat less sweets, although he loves them very much.

— His role model is his father, he has admired him since childhood.

— Does not believe in psychics and divination.

— Once he got into a big fight with his sister and she hit him. This was when he was 4 years old. Because of this, he has a scar on his left cheek.

— Hiro is nearsighted.

— He always sleeps on the bed without a pillow.

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