Shigenobu is a Japanese name. It is usually a male given name but can be a surname the name of a place. As with most personal names, the meaning of the name is derived from which kanji (Chinese characters) are used, and there are several different kanji that are pronounced "shige" and a few which can be pronounced "nobu".
- 重信 – "heavy faith"
- 重靖 – "heavy diligence"
- 重陳 – "heavy maturity"
- 茂信 – "abundant faith"
- 茂伸 – "abundantly influential"
- 繁信 – "abundant faith"
- 繫信 – "joined in faith"
- 薫信 – "aroma of faith"
- 滋信 – "nourishing faith"
- 滋延 – "nourishing longevity"
- Fusako Shigenobu (born 1945), a leader of the Japanese Red Army
- Mei Shigenobu (born 1973), the daughter of Fusako Shigenobu
- Maeda Shigenobu (1735–1753), a Japanese daimyo
- Yanagawa Shigenobu (1787–1832), a Japanese ukiyo-e artist
- Nishimura Shigenobu (fl. 1730s–40s), a Japanese ukiyo-e artist who may have been Ishikawa Toyonobu
- Utagawa Shigenobu (1829–1869), an ukiyo-e artist better known as Hiroshige II
- Ōkuma Shigenobu (1838–1922), a Japanese statesman
- Shigenobu Katakura (born 1940), a Japanese religious leader
- Shigenobu Nakamura (born 1950), a Japanese composer and music teacher
- Shigenobu Murofushi, a Japanese athlete
- Shigenobu, Ehime, a town in Japan
- "Jim Breen's WWWJDIC". Monash University. 2010. Retrieved 29 January 2011.
- Casio EX-Word XD-H7500 (electronic dictionary). 2004.
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