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Kaito (海斗)
Gender Male
Language(s) Japanese
Word/name Japanese
Meaning Different meanings depending on the kanji used
Other names
Alternative spelling かいと, 開士,魁斗,海翔, 海人, 快斗, 凱斗,
Variant form(s) Kaitō (怪盗)

Very popular in Japan in the early 2000s;
#5 name given to boys in 2002 and 2003,[1][2]

#9[3] or #7[4] in 2005
#21 in 2006,[5]
#13 in 2007,[5]
#18 in 2008,[6]
#19 in 2009.[7]

Kaito (かいと) is a Japanese masculine given name which may be written in numerous ways, for example as: 海斗 (most common),開士, 魁斗, 海翔, 海人, 快斗, 凱斗, 海都.

Notable persons with the name[edit]

  • Baruto Kaito (born 1984, surname Baruto), Estonian professional sumo wrestler
  • Kaito Yamamoto (born 1985, surname Yamamoto), Japanese football player
  • Kaito Kiyomiya (born 1996, surname Kiyomiya), Japanese professional wrestler
  • Kaito Ishikawa (born 1993, surname is Ishikawa), Japanese voice actor
  • Kaito Nakamura (born 1998, surname is Nakamura), Japanese actor and model
  • KAITO VOCALOID Singing Synthesizer
  • Kaito Kuroba The Phantom Thief Kid from Detective Conan Manga series

See also[edit]