Kyoko

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Kyoko
GenderFemale
Origin
Word/nameJapanese
MeaningMultiple meanings depending on the kanji used. Most usual meaning is 'Girl of Kyoto.' Kyoto is a city in Japan
Region of originJapan
Other names
Related namesKiyoko
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Kyōko or Kyoko or Kyouko (きょうこ, キョウコ, 京子) is a very common feminine Japanese given name. Not to be confused with Kiyoko.

Possible writings[edit]

The final syllable "ko" is typically written with the kanji character for child, 子. It is a common suffix to female names in Japan. The first syllable "Kyō" can be written several different ways, with different meanings.

  • 恭, "respectful,"
  • 京, "of the city or of the capital,"
  • 今日, "of today,"
  • 杏, "apricot,"
  • 鏡, "mirror,"
  • 響, "echo", "influential"

The name can also be written in hiragana or katakana.

People with the name[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

Fiction works[edit]

  • Kyoko, a novel by Ryū Murakami
  • Kyoko or, in English, Because of You, a film inspired by Ryū Murakami's book[citation needed]

References[edit]