Megumi Nakajima, a Japanese singer and voice actress
|Meaning||Different meanings depending on the kanji used|
|Region of origin||Japan|
Besides meaning "blessing", Megumi can have lots of other different meanings depending on which kanji characters are used to write it. The name can also be written by using the Japanese syllabary writing systems; hirigana and/or katakana. Possible variations of Megumi include:
- 恵, "blessing, grace"
- 恵美, "blessing, favor; beauty"
- 旋美, "rotate, turn; beauty"
- 寵美, "love, affection, patronage; beauty"
- 巡美, "circumference, patrol; beauty"
- 廻美, "round, game, revolve, go around, circumference; beauty"
- 斡美, "administer, go around, rule; beauty"
- Megumi Fujii (藤井 恵, born 1974), retired Japanese mixed martial artist
- Megumi Hayashibara (林原 めぐみ, born 1967), Japanese voice actress, lyricist and singer
- Megumi Kadonosono (門之園 恵美, born 1970), Japanese animator and character designer
- Megumi Kagurazaka (神楽坂 恵, born 1982), Japanese actress and model who has appeared in some of Sion Sono's films
- Megumi Kawamura (河村めぐみ, born 1983), Japanese former volleyball player and at 6'4" inches, is the tallest fashion model in Japan
- Megumi Kurihara (栗原恵, born 1984), Japanese volleyball player who plays for the Okayama Seagulls
- Megumi Kudo (工藤めぐみ), Japanese professional wrestler
- Megumi Imamura D'souza, Konkan professional pornstar
- Megumi Matsumoto (松元 恵, born 1977), Japanese voice actress
- Megumi Mizusawa (水沢めぐみ, born 1963), Japanese manga artist
- Megumi Murakami (村上 愛, born 1992), J-pop singer, former member of Cute
- Megumi Nakajima (中島 愛, born 1989), a Japanese Filipina J-pop singer, and voice actress
- Megumi Odaka (小高恵美, born 1972), Japanese voice actress and actress
- Megumi Ogata (緒方 恵美, born 1965), Japanese voice actress and singer
- Megumi Ōhara (大原 めぐみ, born 1975), a Japanese voice actress who voices Nobita Nobi from Doraemon
- Megumi Okina (奥菜 恵, born 1979), Japanese actress and J-pop singer
- Megumi Sato (佐藤 恵, born 1966), Japanese high jumper
- Megumi Seki (関 めぐみ, born 1985), Japanese actress
- Megumi Tachikawa (立川 恵), a Japanese shōjo manga artist
- Megumi Takamoto (高本 めぐみ, born 1985), a Japanese voice actress who voices Winry Rockbell in the second series of Fullmetal Alchemist
- Megumi Tano (田野 めぐみ, born 1968), Japanese voice actress and actress
- Megumi Toyoguchi (豊口 めぐみ, born 1978), Japanese voice actress who voices Winry Rockbell in the first series of Fullmetal Alchemist
- Megumi Urawa (浦和 めぐみ, born 1965), Japanese voice actress
- Megumi Yokota (横田 めぐみ, 1964-1994 or 2004), one of at least thirteen Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korea in the late 1970s and early 1980s
- Megumi Yasu - Japanese gravure idol, model and actress
- MEGUMI (めぐみ, born 1981), Japanese gravure idol, tarento, actress, and singer
- Megumi Sakamoto of "Ai no Tame ni Magic School!
- Megumi Aino of HappinessCharge PreCure!
- Megumi Amano of Urotsukidoji
- Megumi Amatsuka of Cheeky Angel
- Megumi Ayase of Mahou no Tenshi Creamy Mami
- Megumi Eto of Battle Royale
- Megumi Hanajima of Fruits Basket
- Megumi Imae of WataMote
- Megumi Kanoya of Ouran High School Host Club
- Megumi Kato of Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend
- Megumi Minami of Tantei Gakuen Q
- Megumi Misaki (aka Blue Dolphin) of Choujuu Sentai Liveman
- Megumi Momono of Mahoraba ~Heartful Days~
- Megumi Morisato of Oh My Goddess!
- Megumi Natsu of Is the Order a Rabbit?
- Megumi Noda of Nodame Cantabile
- Megumi Oumi of Zatch Bell! (Konjiki no Gash!!)
- Megumi Reinard of Nadesico
- Megumi Sagano of School Rumble
- Megumi Sakura of School-Live!
- Megumi Sawatari of Megatokyo
- Megumi Shimizu of Shiki
- Megumi Shiraishi of Code Blue Doctor Heli Kinkyuu Kyumei
- Megumi Shitow of RahXephon
- Megumi Sokabe of K-on!
- Megumi Takani of Rurouni Kenshin (Samurai X)
- Megumi Takodoro of Food Wars
- Megumi Yamamoto of Special A
- Megumi Yoshikawa from Princess Princess and The Day of Revolution
- Megumi (manga), a manga about Megumi Yokota, a Japanese girl who was abducted when she was 13 years old by North Korean spies in 1977, later adapted into anime
- Megumi-Toons, an autobiographical manga series written by voice actress Megumi Hayashibara
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