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|Region of origin||Japan|
|Variant form(s)||See text|
|Related names||Yōko, Yōkō|
The name Yoko is almost always written with the kanji 子 (ko), meaning "child". The syllable ko is not generally found at the end of masculine names.
- 瑛子, "crystal, sparkle of jewelry, child"
- 陽子, "sunshine, child", "sunny, child"
- 洋子, "ocean, child"
- 遥子, "long ago, child"
- 楊子, "willow, child"
- 瑶子, "beautiful, child"
- 謡子, "noh (Japanese word for skill or talent), child"
- 八子, "eight, child"
- 羊子, "sheep, child"
- 要子, "vital, need, child"
- 暢子, "free, child"
- 容子, "glorious, child"
- 妖子, "bewitch, child"
- 葉子, "leaf, child"
- 曜子, "weekday, child"
People who have the name Yōko include
- Yoko Akino (暢子, born 1957), Japanese actress
- Yōko Asada (葉子, born 1969), Japanese but it isbut it isvoice actress
- Yōko Hikasa (陽子, born 1985), Japanese voice actress
- Yōko Honda (陽子, born 1983), Japanese voice actress
- Yōko Honna (陽子 born 1979), Japanese voice actress
- Yoko Ishida (born 1973), Japanese singer
- Yōko Ishino (ようこ born 1968), Japanese actress and tarento
- Yoko Kamio (葉子, born 1966), manga artist popular for her manga Boys Over Flowers
- Yoko Kando (漢人, born 1974), Japanese butterfly swimmer
- Yoko Kanno (よう子, born 1964), composer-keyboardist
- Yoko Kikuchi (born 1981), American artist, singer, and songwriter
- Yoko Kikuchi (1967–1999) idol singer
- Yoko Koikawa (born 1974), Japanese backstroke swimmer
- Yoko Kumada (熊田 曜子, born 1982), Japanese gravure idol and singer
- Yōko Maki (actress) (よう子, born 1982), Japanese actress
- Yōko Maki (manga artist) (ようこ, born 1981), Japanese Manga artist
- Yoko Matsugane (洋子, born 1982), Japanese gravure idol
- Yoko Matsumoto (洋子), Japanese manga artist of Darkness Gathers
- Yoko Matsuyama (松山容子, born 1937), Japanese actress
- Yoko Minamida (南田 洋子, 1933-2009), a Japanese actress
- Yoko Minamino (陽子, born 1967), Japanese actress and singer
- Yoko Moriguchi (瑤子, born 1966), Japanese actress
- Yōko Nagayama (洋子, born 1968), Japanese enka singer and actress
- Yôko Natsuki (陽子, born 1952), Japanese actress
- Yōko Nogiwa (陽子, born 1936), Japanese actress
- Yoko Ono (洋子, born 1933), Japanese musician-artist and widow of John Lennon
- Yoko Sakaue (坂上, born 1968), Japanese judoka
- Yoko Shibui (陽子, born 1979), Japanese long-distance runner
- Yoko Shimada (楊子, born 1953), Japanese actress
- Yoko Shimomura (陽子, born 1967), Japanese composer and musician
- Yōko Sōmi (陽子, born 1965), Japanese voice actress
- Yoko Takahashi (洋子, born 1966), Japanese singer, performed "Cruel Angel's Thesis" opening for Neon Genesis Evangelion
- Yoko Tanabe (陽子, born 1966), Japanese judoka
- Yoko Tawada (葉子, born 1960), Japanese writer
- Yoko Toyonaga (born 1977), Japanese shot putter
- Yoko Wanibuchi (洋子, born 1972), Japanese politician
- Yoko Watanabe (葉子, 1953–2004), Japanese operatic soprano
- Yoko Nakajima, a character in The Twelve Kingdoms
- Yoko Belnades, a supporting character in the Castlevania series.
- Yoko Herene, a character in 'My-Otome
- Yoko Kuno, a character All About Lily Chou-Chou
- Yoko Littner, one of the main characters of Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
- Yoko Machi, a character in Bokurano: Ours
- Yoko Matsutani, a character in Legendz
- Yohko Mano, the title character of Devil Hunter Yohko
- Yoko Minato, a character in Kamen Rider Gaim
- Yoko Okino, a minor character in Detective Conan
- Yoko Tsuno (character), the title character of the Yoko Tsuno comic book series created by Belgian writer Roger Leloup.
- Yoko Suzuki, a character in the Resident Evil series
- Yoko Usami, a main character in Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters
- Yoko, a character in Inukami!
- Yoko, a character in the 2004 film The Grudge
- Yoko, the birth name of the main character in the manga Gunnm.
- Yoko Kurama, a form of the character Kurama in the animated series YuYu Hakusho
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