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Seiya (星矢) is a masculine name of Japanese origin. It is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Seiya can be written in Hiragana as せいや. In Kanji, it can be alternatively rendered as;
- 星矢 "star, heavenly body of arrow"
- 清耶 "pure, father"
- 正夜 "correct, night"
- 生八 "life, eight"
- 成也 "successful, to be"
- 声弥 "voice, extensive complete"
- 盛哉 "prosper, how"
- 聖野 "holy, field"
- 世乎 "world, question"
- 西椰 "west, coconut tree"
- 征椰 "conquer, coconut tree"
People with the name
- Seiya Ando (安藤 誓哉, born 1992), Japanese basketball player
- Seiya Adachi (安達安 星矢, born 1995), Japanese water polo player
- Seiya Sanada (真田 聖也, born 1988), Japanese professional wrestler
- Seiya Kato (加藤聖哉, born 1994), Japanese footballer
- Seiya Kishikawa (岸川聖也, born 1987), Japanese table tennis player
- Seiya Kojima (小島 聖矢, born 1989) Japanese footballer
- Seiya Kitano (星矢 北野, born 1997), Japanese footballer
- Seiya Kinami (木浪 聖也, born 1994), Japanese baseball infielder
- Seiya Kondō (近藤 誠也, born 1996), Japanese shogi player
- Seiya Motoki (元木 聖也, born 1993), Japanese actor
- Seiya Nakagawa (中川 誠也, born, 1993), Japanese baseball player
- Seiya Niizeki (新関 成弥, born, 1999), Japanese football player
- Seiya Fujita (藤田 征也, born 1987), Japanese footballer
- Seiya Hosokawa (細川 成也, born 1988), Japanese baseball player
- Seiya Suzuki (鈴木 誠也, born 1994), Japanese baseball player
- Seiya Inoue (井上 晴哉, born 1989), Japanese baseball player
- Seiya Sugishita (杉下 聖也, born 1988), Japanese footballer
- Seiya Sakamoto (坂本 清耶, born 1944), Japanese water polo player
- Asahifuji Seiya (旭富士 正也, born 1960), Japanese sumo wrestler
- Seiya Yamaguchi (山口 聖矢, born 1993), is a Japanese football player
- Seiya Nakano (中野誠也, born 1995), is a Japanese football player
- Pegasus Seiya, the main character of the manga series Saint Seiya
- Kou Seiya (星野 光), also known as Sailor Star Fighter, a character in the manga series Sailor Moon
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