Name details - 文

Common reading:
あや   Aya   (female given name)

Additional readings:
あい   Ai   (female given name)
あやみ   Ayami   (female given name)
おさむ   Osamu   (surname)
かさう   Kasau   (surname)
かさの   Kasano   (surname)
かさり   Kasari   (surname)
かざり   Kazari   (surname, unclassified given name)
かざる   Kazaru   (female given name)
かのう   Kanou   (unclassified given name)
のぶ   Nobu   (unclassified person name)
びよん   Biyon   (surname)
ふくはら   Fukuhara   (unclassified person name)
ふくみ   Fukumi   (unclassified person name)
ふくみつ   Fukumitsu   (unclassified person name)
ふくもと   Fukumoto   (unclassified person name)
ふくわら   Fukuwara   (unclassified person name)
ふみ   Fumi   (female given name, surname)
ふみのり   Fuminori   (unclassified person name)
ふん   Fun   (surname)
ぶん   Bun   (female given name, surname)
ぶんこう   Bunkou   (unclassified given name)
ぶんさく   Bunsaku   (unclassified person name)
ぶんじ   Bunji   (unclassified person name)
まん   Man   (surname)
みねはら   Minehara   (unclassified person name)
みねもと   Minemoto   (unclassified person name)
むん   Mun   (surname)
むんそん   Munson   (surname)
もん   Mon   (unclassified person name)
ゆに   Yuni   (female given name)
れもん   Remon   (female given name)
This is the 8269th most common Japanese surname.
This is the 796th most common Japanese female given name.
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