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|Meaning||Different depending on the kanji used|
|Region of origin||Japan|
Satsuki can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
- 五月, "May"
- 皐月, "May"
- 早月, "fast month"
- only used as a given name
- 咲月, "blossom, moon"
- 沙月, "sand, moon"
- 幸希, "happiness, rare/hope"
Notable people with the name include:
- Satsuki (musician) (砂月), ex-member of the group Rentrer en Soi, and now a solo artist
- Satsuki Eda (五月, born 1941), Japanese politician
- Satsuki Igarashi (寒月, born 1969), member of the all-female manga-creating team Clamp
- Satsuki Katayama (さつき, born 1959), Japanese representative
- Satsuki Muramoto (小月, born 1990), Japanese figure skater
- Satsuki Yukino (五月, born 1970), Japanese voice actress
- Midori Satsuki (五月), a Japanese actress
- Satsuki Kusakabe (サツキ), a main character of the 1988 animated film My Neighbor Totoro
- Satsuki Miyanoshita (さつき), a character in the 2000 anime Ghost Stories
- Satsuki, name of one of the doll agents in Street Fighter Alpha 3
- Satsuki Kitaouji, a character in the manga and anime series Strawberry 100% (Ichigo 100%)
- Satsuki Yotsuba, a character in the manga and anime series Negima! Magister Negi Magi
- Satsuki Yumiduka, a character in the manga and anime series Tsukihime
- Satsuki Shinomiya, a character from the otome game series Uta no Prince-sama
- Satsuki, a young girl who saved by Shippo from the bullies, she is also a character who appears at manga and anime series InuYasha.
- Satsuki Ichinose, a character in the manga Nana
- Satsuki Shindou, a male character in the manga Shiawase Kissa Sanchoume
- Satsuki Shishio, a main character of Hirunaka no Ryuusei
- Satsuki azalea, a Cultivar Group of azaleas
- Satsuki Shō, a Japanese domestic Grade 1 flat horse race
- Japanese destroyer Satsuki (1925), a Mutsuki-class destroyers
- Japanese calendar
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