Shin (given name)
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Shin (しん, シン) is a common Japanese given name which is mostly used by males.
Shin can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
- 真, "true"
- 伸, "extend"
- 新, "new"
- 心, "heart"
- 信, "belief"
- 進, "progress"
- 慎, "humility"
- 晋, "advance"
- 紳, "gentleman"
With the given name Shin
- Shin Amano (真, born 1973), Japanese figure skater
- Shin Hirayama (信, 1868–1945), Japanese astronomer
- Shin Kishida (森, 1939–1982), Japanese actor
- Shin Kanemaru (信, 1914–1996), Japanese politician
- Shin Kanazawa (born 1983), Japanese football player
- Shin Kōda (真), a Japanese enka singer
- Shin Koyamada (真, born 1982), Japanese and American film actor
- Shin Kusaka (慎), a Japanese actor
- Shin Ōnuma (心), a Japanese animation and theatre director
- Shin Nohara (森), a Japanese kindergartner
- Shin Saburi (信, 1909–1982), Japanese film actor
- Shō Shin (1465–1526), king of the Ryūkyū Kingdom
- Shin Takahashi (しん, born 1967), Japanese manga artist
- Shin Terai, a Japanese musician and producer
- Shin Togashi (冨樫 森, born 1960), Japanese film director
- Shin Yanagisawa (信, born 1936), Japanese photographer
- Shin Yazawa (心), a Japanese actress
- Shin Banshoya (真), a Japanese comedian
- Shin (シン), a Japanese singer (former member of the Visual-Kei band ViViD)
- Seijuro Shin (進), a character in the manga and anime series Eyeshield 21
- Shin Akuma, a character in the Street Fighter series
- Shin Asuka (disambiguation), multiple
- Kamen Rider Shin, character in the Kamen Rider series
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