I have officially climbed over a massive hurdle. That
massive hurdle of completing and graduating law school. It has been a long and
tough road. From sleepless nights, anxiety attacks, and barely passing my first
semester by the skin of my teeth. But all that seems insignificant, the moment
I walked across that stage in all my MELANIN GLORY as I gazed upon my fellow colleagues.
Realizing, my class (CLASS OF 2017) was the first class of my university to
have the highest percentage of POC walking across that stage to receive their Juris
Doctor degree. A university, where historically POC’s make up less than 15% of
the population. So not only was this a momentous moment for me, but for those who
look like me, and those who see me and feel inspired that through hard work and
dedication, anything is possible!
For those that doubted me, those who claimed I wasn’t good
enough, and those who my dreams will never become a reality… well to you, I
say “Thank You!” You see your lack of support and intent to tear me down provided
me with the ammunition that allowed me to overcome every obstacle law school hurled
my way. I walked across that stage and claimed my degree, despite your doubt. .
. I AM GOOD ENOUGH. My dreams will never become a reality you say? Many told me
it was unrealistic to expect to obtain employment overseas straight out of law
school, furthering that it was even difficult to obtain one in my own city. I
can only chuckle as I sit here completing my visa application for a position in
China I landed BEFORE I even walked across that stage. If you see no opportunity,
then YOU must be the master of your own plan and create that opportunity.
“Not everyone will understand your journey, that’s fine…
It’s not their journey to make sense of. It’s YOURS!” (Zero Dean)
1.AI meaning “love” (愛藍) - Japanese girl name. 2.AIKA meaning “love song” (愛佳) - Japanese girl name. 3.AIKO meaning “child of love” (愛子) - Japanese girl name. 4.AIMI meaning “love beautiful” (愛美) - Japanese girl name. 5.AINA meaning “love vegetables” (愛菜) - Japanese girl name. 6.AIRI meaning “love jasmine” (愛莉) - Japanese girl name. 7.AKANE meaning “brilliant red” (茜) - Japanese girl name. 8.AKEMI meaning “bright beautiful” (明美) - Japanese girl name. 9.AKI meaning “bright / autumn” (明 / 秋) - Japanese unisex name. 10.AKIHIRO meaning “great brightness” (明宏) - Japanese boy name. 11.AKIKO meaning “bright child” (明子) - Japanese girl name. 12.AKIO meaning “bright man” (昭夫) - Japanese boy name. 13.AKIRA meaning “bright / clear” (明 / 亮) - Japanese unisex name. 14.AMATERASU meaning “shining heaven” (天照) - Japanese girl name. 15.AMI meaning “asia beautiful” (亜美) - Japanese girl name. 16.AOI meaning “blue” (碧) - Japanese unisex name. 17.ARATA meaning “new, fresh” (新) - Japanese boy name. 18.ASAMI meaning “morning beauty” (麻美) - Japanese girl name. 19.ASUKA meaning “tomorrow perfume, fragrance” (明日香) - Japanese girl name. 20.ATSUKO meaning “kind child” (篤子) - Japanese girl name. 21.ATSUSHI meaning “industrious director” (敦司) - Japanese boy name. 22.AYA meaning “color” (彩) - Japanese girl name. 23.AYAKA meaning “colorful flower” (彩花) - Japanese girl name. 24.AYAKO meaning “colorful child” (彩子) - Japanese girl name. 25.AYAME meaning “iris” (菖蒲) - Japanese girl name. 26.AYANE meaning “colorful sound” (彩音) - Japanese girl name. 27.AYANO meaning “my color” (彩乃) - Japanese girl name. 28.AYUMU meaning “walk dream, vision” (歩夢) - Japanese boy name. 29.CHIE meaning “wisdom, intellect” (恵) - Japanese girl name. 30.CHIEKO meaning “child of intelligence, wisdom” (恵子) - Japanese girl name. 31.CHIHARU meaning “one thousand springs (as in season)” (千春) - Japanese girl name. 32.CHIKA meaning “scatter flowers” (散花) - Japanese girl name. 33.CHIKAKO meaning “child of a thousand perfumes” (千香子) - Japanese girl name. 34.CHINATSU meaning “one thousand summers” (千夏) - Japanese girl name. 35.CHIYO meaning “one thousand generations” (千代) - Japanese girl name. 36.CHIYOKO meaning “child of a thousand generations” (千代子) - Japanese girl name. 37.CHO meaning “butterfly” (蝶) - Japanese girl name. 38.CHOUKO meaning “butterfly child” (蝶子) - Japanese girl name. 39.DAI meaning “great, large” (大) - Japanese boy name. 40.DAICHI meaning “great land” (大地) - Japanese boy name. 41.DAIKI meaning “great glory / great nobility” (大輝 / 大貴) - Japanese boy name. 42.DAISUKE meaning “great help” (大輔) - Japanese boy name. 43.EIJI meaning “eternity order” (永次) - Japanese boy name. 44.EIKO meaning “child of splendor” (栄子) - Japanese girl name. 45.EMI meaning “beautiful blessing” (恵美) - Japanese girl name. 46.EMIKO meaning “beautiful blessing child” (恵美子) - Japanese girl name. 47.ERI meaning “blessed prize” (絵理) - Japanese girl name. 48.ETSUKO meaning “child of joy” (悦子) - Japanese girl name. 49.FUMIKO meaning “child of abundant beauty” (富美子) - Japanese girl name. 50.FUMIO meaning “literature, scholarly hero” (文雄) - Japanese boy name. 51.GORO meaning “fifth son” (五郎) - Japanese boy name. 52.HACHIRO meaning “eighth son” (八郎) - Japanese boy name. 53.HAJIME meaning “beginning” (肇) - Japanese boy name. 54.HANA meaning “flower” (花) - Japanese girl name. 55.HANAKO meaning “flower child” (花子) - Japanese girl name. 56.HARU meaning “spring (as in season)” (春) - Japanese unisex name. 57.HARUKA meaning “spring flower” (春花) - Japanese girl name. 58.HARUKI meaning “shining sun” (陽輝) - Japanese boy name. 59.HARUKO meaning “spring child” (春子) - Japanese girl name. 60.HARUMI meaning “beautiful spring” (春美) - Japanese girl name. 61.HARUNA meaning “spring vegetables” (春菜) - Japanese girl name. 62.HARUO meaning “man of spring” (春男) - Japanese boy name. 63.HARUTO meaning “sun flying” (陽斗) - Japanese boy name. 64.HAYATE meaning “smooth” (颯) - Japanese boy name. 65.HAYATO meaning “falcon person” (隼人) - Japanese boy name. 66.HIBIKI meaning “sound, echo” (響) - Japanese boy name. 67.HIDEAKI meaning “excellent bright, shining” (英明) - Japanese boy name. 68.HIDEKI meaning “excellent timber trees” (英樹) - Japanese boy name. 69.HIDEKO meaning “child of excellence” (秀子) - Japanese girl name. 70.HIDEO meaning “excellent husband, man” (英夫) - Japanese boy name. 71.HIDEYOSHI meaning “excellence good” (秀良) - Japanese boy name. 72.HIKARI meaning “light, radiance” (光) - Japanese girl name. 73.HIKARU meaning “light, radiance” (光) - Japanese unisex name. 74.HINA meaning “sun vegetables” (陽菜) - Japanese girl name. 75.HINATA meaning “sunflower / facing towards the sun” (向日葵 / 陽向) - Japanese unisex name. 76.HIRAKU meaning “open, expand” (拓) - Japanese boy name. 77.HIRO meaning “generous” (寛) - Japanese unisex name. 78.HIROAKI meaning “wide, spacious light” (広明) - Japanese boy name. 79.HIROKI meaning “vast timber trees” (弘樹) - Japanese boy name. 80.HIROKO meaning “generous child” (寛子) - Japanese girl name. 81.HIROMI meaning “generous beauty” (寛美) - Japanese girl name. 82.HIRONORI meaning “chronical of command, esteem” (博紀) - Japanese boy name. 83.HIROSHI meaning “generous” (寛) - Japanese boy name. 84.HIROTO meaning “great,large flying” (大斗) - Japanese boy name. 85.HIROYUKI meaning “great journey” (宏行) - Japanese boy name. 86.HISAKO meaning “child of long life” (久子) - Japanese girl name. 87.HISAO meaning “long living man, husband” (寿夫) - Japanese boy name. 88.HISASHI meaning “long time director, ruler” (久司) - Japanese boy name. 89.HISOKA meaning “cautious, reserved” (密) - Japanese unisex name. 90.HITOMI meaning “pupil of the eye” (瞳) - Japanese girl name. 91.HITOSHI meaning “motivated person” (人志) - Japanese boy name. 92.HONOKA meaning “harmony flower” (和花) - Japanese girl name. 93.HOSHI meaning “star” (星) - Japanese girl name. 94.HOSHIKO meaning “star child” (星子) - Japanese girl name. 95.HOTAKA meaning “tall grain” (穂高) - Japanese boy name. 96.HOTARU meaning “firefly” (蛍) - Japanese girl name. 97.ICHIRO meaning “first son” (一郎) - Japanese boy name. 98.ISAMU meaning “brave, courageous” (勇) - Japanese boy name. 99.ISAO meaning “merit” (勲) - Japanese boy name. 100.ITSUKI meaning “timber trees” (樹) - Japanese boy name. 101.IZUMI meaning “spring, fountain” (泉) - Japanese girl name. 102.JIRO meaning “second son” (二郎) - Japanese boy name. 103.JUN meaning “obedient” (順) - Japanese unisex name. 104.JUNICHI meaning “obedient first (son)” (順一) - Japanese boy name. 105.JUNKO meaning “pure, genuine child” (純子) - Japanese girl name. 106.JURO meaning “tenth son” (十郎) - Japanese boy name. 107.KAEDE meaning “maple” (楓) - Japanese unisex name. 108.KAITO meaning “ocean flying” (海斗) - Japanese boy name. 109.KAMIKO meaning “superior child” (上子) - Japanese girl name. 110.KANAKO meaning “fragrant Nara(city in japan) child” (香奈子) - Japanese girl name. 111.KANOKO meaning “Flower Melody Child” (花音子) - Japanese girl name. 112.KANON meaning “flower sound” (花音) - Japanese girl name. 113.KAORI meaning “perfume, fragrance” (香) - Japanese girl name. 114.KAORU meaning “fragrance” (薫) - Japanese unisex name. 115.KASUMI meaning “mist” (霞) - Japanese girl name. 116.KATASHI meaning “firm” (堅) - Japanese boy name. 117.KATSU meaning “victory” (勝) - Japanese boy name. 118.KATSUMI meaning “victorious beauty” (勝美) - Japanese girl name. 119.KATSUO meaning “victorious, heroic man” (勝雄) - Japanese boy name. 120.KATSURO meaning “victorious son” (勝郎) - Japanese boy name. 121.KAZUE meaning “first blessing” (一恵) - Japanese girl name. 122.KAZUHIKO meaning “harmonious boy” (和彦) - Japanese boy name. 123.KAZUHIRO meaning “great harmony” (和宏) - Japanese boy name. 124.KAZUKI meaning “harmony hope” (和希) - Japanese boy name. 125.KAZUKO meaning “child of harmony” (和子) - Japanese girl name. 126.KAZUMI meaning “harmonious beauty” (和美) - Japanese girl name. 127.KAZUO meaning “man of harmony” (和夫) - Japanese boy name. 128.KEI meaning “respectful” (敬) - Japanese girl name. 129.KEIKO meaning “blessed child / respectful child” (恵子 / 敬子) - Japanese girl name. 130.KEN meaning “strong, healthy” (健) - Japanese boy name. 131.KENICHI meaning “strong, healthy first (son)” (健一) - Japanese boy name. 132.KENJI meaning “strong, healthy second (son)” (健二) - Japanese boy name. 133.KENSHIN meaning “modest truthful” (謙信) - Japanese boy name. 134.KENTA meaning “large strong, healthy” (健太) - Japanese boy name. 135.KICHIRO meaning “lucky son” (吉郎) - Japanese boy name. 136.KIKO meaning “chronical child” (紀子) - Japanese girl name. 137.KIKU meaning “chrysanthemum” (菊) - Japanese girl name. 138.KIMI meaning “noble” (君) - Japanese girl name. 139.KIMIKO meaning “empress child” (后子) - Japanese girl name. 140.KIN meaning “gold” (金) - Japanese unisex name. 141.KIYOKO meaning “pure child” (清子) - Japanese girl name. 142.KIYOMI meaning “pure beauty” (清美) - Japanese girl name. 143.KIYOSHI meaning “purity” (淳) - Japanese boy name. 144.KOHAKU meaning “amber” (琥珀) - Japanese unisex name. 145.KOKORO meaning “soul, heart” (心) - Japanese girl name. 146.KOTONE meaning “sound of the koto (Japanese harp)” (琴音) - Japanese girl name. 147.KOUKI meaning “light hope” (光希) - Japanese boy name. 148.KOUTA meaning “great peace” (康太) - Japanese boy name. 149.KUMIKO meaning “long-time beautiful child” (久美子) - Japanese girl name. 150.KUNIO meaning “country man” (國男) - Japanese boy name. 151.KURO meaning “ninth son” (九郎) - Japanese boy name. 152.KYO meaning “cooperation” (協) - Japanese unisex name. 153.KYOKO meaning “respectful child” (恭子) - Japanese girl name. 154.MADOKA meaning “circle, round” (円) - Japanese unisex name. 155.MAI meaning “dance” (舞) - Japanese girl name. 156.MAIKO meaning “child of dance” (舞子) - Japanese girl name. 157.MAKI meaning “true hope” (真希) - Japanese girl name. 158.MAKOTO meaning “sincere” (誠) - Japanese unisex name. 159.MAMI meaning “true beauty” (真美) - Japanese girl name. 160.MAMORU meaning “protector, guard” (守) - Japanese boy name. 161.MANA meaning “love” (愛) - Japanese girl name. 162.MANABU meaning “study, learn” (学) - Japanese boy name. 163.MANAMI meaning “loving beautiful” (愛美) - Japanese girl name. 164.MAO meaning “dance cherry blossom” (舞桜) - Japanese girl name. 165.MARIKO meaning “true village child” (真里子) - Japanese girl name. 166.MASA meaning “just / true” (正 / 真) - Japanese unisex name. 167.MASAAKI meaning “pleasing brightness” (良昭) - Japanese boy name. 168.MASAHIKO meaning “righteous boy” (正彦) - Japanese boy name. 169.MASAHIRO meaning “great prosperity” (昌宏) - Japanese boy name. 170.MASAKI meaning “great timber tree” (昌樹) - Japanese boy name. 171.MASAMI meaning “become beautiful” (成美) - Japanese girl name. 172.MASANORI meaning “model of righteousness, justice” (正則) - Japanese boy name. 173.MASAO meaning “righteous man” (正男) - Japanese boy name. 174.MASARU meaning “victory” (勝) - Japanese boy name. 175.MASASHI meaning “righteous aspiration” (正志) - Japanese boy name. 176.MASATO meaning “righteous person” (正人) - Japanese boy name. 177.MASAYOSHI meaning “righteous, honorable” (正義) - Japanese boy name. 178.MASAYUKI meaning “righteous blessing” (正幸) - Japanese boy name. 179.MASUMI meaning “true clarity” (真澄) - Japanese unisex name. 180.MASUYO meaning “benefits the world” (益世) - Japanese girl name. 181.MAYU meaning “true gentle” (真優) - Japanese girl name. 182.MAYUMI meaning “true gentle beauty” (真優美) - Japanese girl name. 183.MEGUMI meaning “blessing” (恵) - Japanese girl name. 184.MEI meaning “sprouting life” (芽生) - Japanese girl name. 185.MI meaning “beautiful” (美) - Japanese girl name. 186.MICHI meaning “pathway” (道) - Japanese unisex name. 187.MICHIKO meaning “beautiful wise child” (美智子) - Japanese girl name. 188.MICHIO meaning “man on a journey” (道夫) - Japanese boy name. 189.MIDORI meaning “green” (緑) - Japanese girl name. 190.MIEKO meaning “beautiful blessing child” (美枝子) - Japanese girl name. 191.MIHO meaning “protected, guaranteed beauty” (美保) - Japanese girl name. 192.MIKA meaning “beautiful fragrance” (美香) - Japanese girl name. 193.MIKI meaning “beautiful princess” (美姫) - Japanese girl name. 194.MIKIO meaning “tree trunk man” (幹夫) - Japanese boy name. 195.MIKU meaning “beautiful sky” (美空) - Japanese girl name. 196.MINAKO meaning “beautiful child” (美奈子) - Japanese girl name. 197.MINORI meaning “truth” (実) - Japanese unisex name. 198.MINORU meaning “truth” (実) - Japanese boy name. 199.MIO meaning “beautiful cherry blossom” (美桜) - Japanese girl name. 200.MISAKI meaning “beautiful blossom” (美咲) - Japanese girl name. 201.MITSUKO meaning “child of light” (光子) - Japanese girl name. 202.MITSUO meaning “shining hero” (光雄) - Japanese boy name. 203.MITSURU meaning “satisfy, full” (満) - Japanese unisex name. 204.MIU meaning “beautiful feather” (美羽) - Japanese girl name. 205.MIWA meaning “beautiful hamony, peace” (美和) - Japanese girl name. 206.MIYAKO meaning “beautiful night child” (美夜子) - Japanese girl name. 207.MIYOKO meaning “beautiful child of the generations” (美代子) - Japanese girl name. 208.MIYU meaning “beautiful gentle” (美優) - Japanese girl name. 209.MIYUKI meaning “beautiful blessing” (美幸) - Japanese girl name. 210.MIZUKI meaning “beautiful moon” (美月) - Japanese girl name. 211.MOE meaning “sprouting” (萌) - Japanese girl name. 212.MOMOE meaning “one hundred blessings” (百恵) - Japanese girl name. 213.MOMOKA meaning “peach tree flower” (桃花) - Japanese girl name. 214.MOMOKO meaning “peach tree child” (桃子) - Japanese girl name. 215.MORIKO meaning “child of the forest” (森子) - Japanese girl name. 216.NANA meaning “seven” (七) - Japanese girl name. 217.NANAMI meaning “seven seas” (七海) - Japanese girl name. 218.NAO meaning “honest” (直) - Japanese unisex name. 219.NAOKI meaning “honest timber tree” (直樹) - Japanese boy name. 220.NAOKO meaning “honest child” (直子) - Japanese girl name. 221.NAOMI meaning “honest beautiful” (直美) - Japanese girl name. 222.NATSUKI meaning “summer hope” (夏希) - Japanese girl name. 223.NATSUKO meaning “summer child” (夏子) - Japanese girl name. 224.NATSUMI meaning “beautiful summer” (夏美) - Japanese girl name. 225.NOA meaning “my love” (乃愛) - Japanese girl name. 226.NOBORU meaning “ascend, rise” (翔) - Japanese boy name. 227.NOBU meaning “prolong” (延) - Japanese boy name. 228.NOBUKO meaning “faithful, trustworthy child” (信子) - Japanese girl name. 229.NOBUO meaning “faithful, trustworthy man” (信夫) - Japanese boy name. 230.NOBURU meaning “expand” (伸) - Japanese boy name. 231.NOBUYUKI meaning “truth joy” (信幸) - Japanese boy name. 232.NORI meaning “to rule” (儀) - Japanese boy name. 233.NORIKO meaning “lawful child” (典子) - Japanese girl name. 234.NORIO meaning “lawful man” (法男) - Japanese boy name. 235.OSAMU meaning “disciplined, studious” (修) - Japanese boy name. 236.RAN meaning “orchid” (蘭) - Japanese girl name. 237.REI meaning “lovely” (麗) - Japanese girl name. 238.REIKO meaning “lovely child” (麗子) - Japanese girl name. 239.REN meaning “lotus / love” (蓮 / 恋) - Japanese unisex name. 240.RIE meaning “true blessing” (理恵) - Japanese girl name. 241.RIKA meaning “true fragrance” (理香) - Japanese girl name. 242.RIKO meaning “child of truth” (理子) - Japanese girl name. 243.RIKU meaning “land” (陸) - Japanese boy name. 244.RIKUTO meaning “person of land” (陸人) - Japanese boy name. 245.RIN meaning “dignified” (凛) - Japanese girl name. 246.RINA meaning “jasmine” (莉奈) - Japanese girl name. 247.RIO meaning “village cherry blossom” (里桜) - Japanese girl name. 248.ROKURO meaning “sixth son” (六郎) - Japanese boy name. 249.RYO meaning “refreshing, cool” (涼) - Japanese boy name. 250.RYOICHI meaning “good first (son)” (良一) - Japanese boy name. 251.RYOKO meaning “refreshing child” (涼子) - Japanese girl name. 252.RYOTA meaning “great refreshment” (涼太) - Japanese boy name. 253.RYUU meaning “dragon, imperial” (龍) - Japanese boy name. 254.RYUUNOSUKE meaning “nobleman’s predecessor” (隆之介) - Japanese boy name. 255.SABURO meaning “third son” (三郎) - Japanese boy name. 256.SACHIKO meaning “joyful, happy child” (幸子) - Japanese girl name. 257.SADAO meaning “righteous hero” (貞雄) - Japanese boy name. 258.SAKI meaning “blossom of hope” (咲希) - Japanese girl name. 259.SAKURA meaning “cherry blossom” (桜 / さくら) - Japanese girl name. 260.SAKURAKO meaning “cherry blossom child” (桜子) - Japanese girl name. 261.SATOKO meaning “wise child” (聡子) - Japanese girl name. 262.SATOMI meaning “beautiful and wise” (聡美) - Japanese girl name. 263.SATORU meaning “wise, fast learner” (聡) - Japanese boy name. 264.SATOSHI meaning “wise, fast learner” (聡) - Japanese boy name. 265.SAYURI meaning “small lily” (小百合) - Japanese girl name. 266.SEIICHI meaning “refined, pure first (son)” (精一) - Japanese boy name. 267.SEIJI meaning “refined, pure second (son)” (精二) - Japanese boy name. 268.SETSUKO meaning “melody child” (節子) - Japanese girl name. 269.SHICHIRO meaning “seventh son” (七郎) - Japanese boy name. 270.SHIGEKO meaning “growing child” (成子) - Japanese girl name. 271.SHIGEO meaning “heavy man” (重夫) - Japanese boy name. 272.SHIGERU meaning “luxuriant, well grown” (茂) - Japanese boy name. 273.SHIKA meaning “deer” (鹿) - Japanese girl name. 274.SHIN meaning “truth” (真) - Japanese boy name. 275.SHINICHI meaning “true first (son)” (真一) - Japanese boy name. 276.SHINJI meaning “true second (son)” (真二) - Japanese boy name. 277.SHINJU meaning “pearl” (真珠) - Japanese girl name. 278.SHINOBU meaning “endurance” (忍) - Japanese unisex name. 279.SHIORI meaning “poem” (詩織) - Japanese girl name. 280.SHIRO meaning “fourth son” (四郎) - Japanese boy name. 281.SHIZUKA meaning “quiet summer” (静夏) - Japanese girl name. 282.SHIZUKO meaning “quiet child” (静子) - Japanese girl name. 283.SHO meaning “to fly” (翔) - Japanese boy name. 284.SHOICHI meaning “flying son (first)” (翔一) - Japanese boy name. 285.SHOJI meaning “flying son (second)” (翔二) - Japanese boy name. 286.SHOUTA meaning “big flying” (翔太) - Japanese boy name. 287.SHUICHI meaning “disciplined, studious first (son)” (修一) - Japanese boy name. 288.SHUJI meaning “disciplined, studious second (son)” (修二) - Japanese boy name. 289.SHUN meaning “speed, quick” (駿) - Japanese girl name. 290.SORA meaning “sky” (昊 / 空) - Japanese unisex name. 291.SOUTA meaning “large sudden” (颯太) - Japanese boy name. 292.SUMIKO meaning “child of clarity” (澄子) - Japanese girl name. 293.SUSUMU meaning “to advance, proceed” (進) - Japanese boy name. 294.SUZU meaning “bell” (鈴) - Japanese girl name. 295.SUZUME meaning “sparrow” (雀) - Japanese girl name. 296.TADAO meaning “loyal, faithful man” (忠夫) - Japanese boy name. 297.TADASHI meaning “loyal, faithful” (忠) - Japanese boy name. 298.TAICHI meaning “large first (son)” (太一) - Japanese boy name. 299.TAIKI meaning “great radiance, shine” (大輝) - Japanese boy name. 300.TAKAHIRO meaning “of great value, nobility” (貴大) - Japanese boy name. 301.TAKAKO meaning “noble child” (貴子) - Japanese girl name. 302.TAKAO meaning “nobleman” (貴夫) - Japanese boy name. 303.TAKARA meaning “treasure” (宝) - Japanese girl name. 304.TAKASHI meaning “prosperous, noble” (隆) - Japanese boy name. 305.TAKAYUKI meaning “noble journey” (隆行) - Japanese boy name. 306.TAKEHIKO meaning “bamboo prince” (竹彦) - Japanese boy name. 307.TAKEO meaning “warrior hero” (武雄) - Japanese boy name. 308.TAKESHI meaning “fierce warrior” (武) - Japanese boy name. 309.TAKUMA meaning “opening truth” (拓真) - Japanese boy name. 310.TAKUMI meaning “artisan” (匠) - Japanese boy name. 311.TAMIKO meaning “child of many beauties” (多美子) - Japanese girl name. 312.TAMOTSU meaning “protector, keeper” (保) - Japanese boy name. 313.TARO meaning “large son” (太郎) - Japanese boy name. 314.TATSUO meaning “dragon, imperial hero” (竜雄) - Japanese boy name. 315.TATSUYA meaning “to be imperial, dragon” (竜也) - Japanese boy name. 316.TERUKO meaning “shining child” (照子) - Japanese girl name. 317.TETSUYA meaning “philosophy, clear” (哲也) - Japanese boy name. 318.TOMIKO meaning “child of wealth, fortune” (富子) - Japanese girl name. 319.TOMIO meaning “wealth, fortune” (富) - Japanese boy name. 320.TOMOHIRO meaning “west village” (西村) - Japanese boy name. 321.TOMOKO meaning “child of wisdom, intellect” (智子) - Japanese girl name. 322.TOMOMI meaning “beautiful friend” (朋美) - Japanese girl name. 323.TORU meaning “penetrate, make clear” (徹) - Japanese boy name. 324.TOSHI meaning “wise” (慧) - Japanese boy name. 325.TOSHIAKI meaning “advantageous light” (利明) - Japanese boy name. 326.TOSHIKO meaning “clever child” (敏子) - Japanese girl name. 327.TOSHIO meaning “genious leader, hero” (俊雄) - Japanese boy name. 328.TOSHIYUKI meaning “of wisdom” (智之) - Japanese boy name. 329.TSUBAKI meaning “camellia flower” (椿) - Japanese girl name. 330.TSUBAME meaning “swallow (bird)” (燕) - Japanese girl name. 331.TSUKIKO meaning “moon child” (月子) - Japanese girl name. 332.TSUNEO meaning “consistant hero” (恒雄) - Japanese boy name. 333.TSUTOMU meaning “diligence” (勤) - Japanese boy name. 334.TSUYOSHI meaning “strong” (剛) - Japanese boy name. 335.UME meaning “plum” (梅) - Japanese girl name. 336.UMEKO meaning “plum child” (梅子) - Japanese girl name. 337.USAGI meaning “rabbit” (兎) - Japanese girl name. 338.WAKANA meaning “harmonious music” (和奏) - Japanese girl name. 339.YAMATO meaning “great harmony” (大和) - Japanese boy name. 340.YASU meaning “peace” (康) - Japanese unisex name. 341.YASUKO meaning “child of peace” (康子) - Japanese girl name. 342.YASUO meaning “man of peace” (康夫) - Japanese boy name. 343.YASUSHI meaning “peaceful” (靖) - Japanese boy name. 344.YOICHI meaning “sunshine, positive first (son)” (陽一) - Japanese boy name. 345.YOKO meaning “child of sunlight” (陽子) - Japanese girl name. 346.YORI meaning “trust” (頼) - Japanese boy name. 347.YOSHI meaning “lucky / righteous” (吉 / 義) - Japanese unisex name. 348.YOSHIAKI meaning “righteousness shining” (義昭) - Japanese boy name. 349.YOSHIE meaning “beautiful stream” (佳江) - Japanese girl name. 350.YOSHIKAZU meaning “good peace, Japan” (良和) - Japanese boy name. 351.YOSHIKO meaning “child of goodness” (良子) - Japanese girl name. 352.YOSHINORI meaning “excellent model” (佳範) - Japanese boy name. 353.YOSHIO meaning “joyful life” (吉生) - Japanese boy name. 354.YOSHIRO meaning “righteous son” (義郎) - Japanese boy name. 355.YOSHITO meaning “ceremonial, correct person” (儀人) - Japanese boy name. 356.YOSHIYUKI meaning “righteous journey” (義行) - Japanese boy name. 357.YOUTA meaning “great sunlight” (陽太) - Japanese boy name. 358.YUA meaning “binding love” (結愛) - Japanese girl name. 359.YUI meaning “bind clothing ” (結衣) - Japanese girl name. 360.YUICHI meaning “heroic first (son)” (雄一) - Japanese boy name. 361.YUINA meaning “bind together” (結奈) - Japanese girl name. 362.YUJI meaning “heroic second (son)” (雄二) - Japanese boy name. 363.YUKA meaning “gentle flower” (優花) - Japanese girl name. 364.YUKARI meaning “beautiful pear tree” (佳梨) - Japanese girl name. 365.YUKI meaning “happiness / snow” (幸 / 雪) - Japanese unisex name. 366.YUKIKO meaning “child of snow / child of happiness” (幸子 / 雪子) - Japanese girl name. 367.YUKIO meaning “blessed hero” (幸雄) - Japanese boy name. 368.YUKO meaning “gentle child” (優子) - Japanese girl name. 369.YUMI meaning “reason beautiful” (由美) - Japanese girl name. 370.YUMIKO meaning “reason beautiful child” (由美子) - Japanese girl name. 371.YURI meaning “lily” (百合) - Japanese girl name. 372.YURIKO meaning “lily child” (百合子) - Japanese girl name. 373.YUTAKA meaning “bountiful, rich” (豊) - Japanese boy name. 374.YUU meaning “gentle” (優) - Japanese unisex name. 375.YUUDAI meaning “great hero” (雄大) - Japanese boy name. 376.YUUKI meaning “gentle, superior hope” (優希) - Japanese unisex name. 377.YUUMA meaning “gentle, superior truth” (優真) - Japanese boy name. 378.YUUNA meaning “gentle” (優奈) - Japanese girl name. 379.YUUTA meaning “great bravery” (勇太) - Japanese boy name. 380.YUUTO meaning “gentle person” (悠人) - Japanese boy name. 381.YUZUKI meaning “gentle moon” (優月) - Japanese girl name.
Requested by anon:I love the baby headcanons you did with Credence, Newt, and Percival. They’re all so lovely and sweet (i’ve been reading them non-stop b/c they’re THAT good)! And it got me thinking, what would they name their kids? I keep thinking that Credence would probably name his daughter Cherish, or something.
I doubt you thought I would go all out Anon, but here were ones I could come up with for a good majority of the characters in Fantastic Beasts
Other than getting a little chuckle for using Credence’s actor name, there is an actual reason for suggesting that name. Christian’s name meaning is ‘follower of Christ’ while Ezra means ‘helper’ in Hebrew. For Credence I would think that even if he left Mary Lou’s control there would be some influence and he would choose religious types of names.
Cherish or Temperance
Cherish is means ‘treasure’ while Temperance means ‘moderation’ or ‘restraint’. Now Cherish was suggested by anon, and I love the idea since he probably would treasure any child that is his, especially a little girl. Temperance is similar to the reasons for the boy’s names of Mary Lou’s influence on him, but also as a reminder for restraint of his abilities and how he wouldn’t want to harm his child.
Lohengrin or Arthur
Now Lohengrin is a nod to the Arthurian legends that people headcanon Percival’s family for, as Lohengrin in those legends is actually the son of Knight Percival. Arthur, while also part of the Arthurian legends, has Celtic elements artos “bear” combined with viros “man” or rigos “king”. I can imagine that Percival would be very proud of his son and would likely give him the name that could mean king.
Elizabeth or Lynna
Elizabeth has the meaning “my God is an oath” or perhaps “my God is abundance” which considering that people consider Percival to be loyal to MACUSA would have some sort of name regarding to an oath. Likewise it it is very strong sounding, something that I think Percival would appreciate. Lynna is an abbreviation of Lynette, a woman from the Arthurian Legend who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest in Arthurian legend.
Leo or Robin
So I chose animal type of names for Newt for obvious reasons, due to his interest in creatures but also in the British Wizarding world, there tend to be a lot of star type names in wizarding families. Leo is a constellation as well as the latin name for lion, so that would be the reasoning behind that name. Robin is a diminutive of the name Robert, which means “bright fame”, as well as the stories of Robin Hood. I would like to think that Newt would like the idea of stealing from the rich and giving to the poor as he is a very giving type of person.
Maia or Kestrel
Maia is similar to Leo for being a constellation, however it also means "great" in Latin something I can imagine Newt possibly name his daughter after. Also the roman goddess Maia was the goddess of spring, something very earthy and something that Newt would be all about…I think. Kestrel is from the name of the bird of prey, and I thought it it’d be cute.
Phoebus or Matthew
Phoebus means ‘bright’ or ‘pure’ in latin, something Tina would name her son because he’s pure in her eyes. Matthew was similar as the name means ‘Gift from God’. I would think for Tina, that maybe having a child, especially with her line of work that she would consider the child to be a pure being and a gift. She sees a lot of bad things in her line of work, seeing a child as a blank slate is something she would do.
Zoe or Alexandra
Zoe means “life” in Greek and from early times it was adopted by Hellenized Jews as a translation of Eve, which apparently from my research Tina and Queenie were (possibly) were Jewish, so I can see either of them using this name, but for the sake of different names, Tina would probably use that name. Alexandra is a the feminized form for Alexander, which means defender. Given Tina’s occupation, it would be a cute name for her daughter.
Nicholas or Lucas
Nicholas means “victory of the people”. Given her and Jacob’s relationship, I could see her possibly wanting to name her son Nicholas, as he would be a victory of their relationship that is considered forbidden in her society, that even in such a forbidden romance, that they could create a child. Lucas means "light-giving” or “illumination”, meaning her son would be almost like a beacon. Given her personality, it wouldn’t be too far off base that she would give her son an uplifting name.
Kayla or Cassandra
Kayla means keeper of the keys or pure. With Queenie’s kind personality, I could see her naming her daughter a name that means pure. Also keeper of the keys could be a parody of Queenie’s ability to open and read minds, and her daughter would ‘hold the keys’ to that ability. Cassandra means "to excel, to shine”. Similar to the boys names, I could imagine Queenie wanting to name her daughter as something that shines as she loves her daughter and sees her as this bright being.
Alfred or Isaac
Alfred is derived from the Old English name Ælfræd, composed of the elements ælf “elf” and ræd “counsel”. Considering that Jacob was introduced to the magic world, where elves are exist (they may not be pretty, but still they exist) I could see him doing something like that. Plus it would make his comment about liking house-elves so it’s relevant. Isaac has the meaning “he will laugh, he will rejoice”. Given Jacob’s personality, I could so imagine him having named his child after laughter or rejoicing. Also, for him and Queenie, there would be rejoicing for having a child together.
Ruth or Keren
Ruth means “friend” in Hebrew, and likewise, seeing as how Jacob was such a good friend to Newt and the others, I could see him naming his daughter after a meaning that stands for friendship. Keren means “horn” or “ray of light” in Hebrew. Similar to how Queenie would name a child after being a ray of light, I could picture Jacob doing something similar. With Queenie, it would mean how their relationship created such a miracle. For a more personal reason, I would think Jacob would name his daughter about a ray of light after going through WWI and losing his brother through that.
Astoria Greengrass hates Draco Malfoy, former Death Eater, and all round prejudiced asshole. It takes a year for her to change her mind, and another year to fall head-over-heels in love with him. This is the story of how it happens.
I had the idea for this fic a while ago. I thought wouldn’t it be cool if Daphne introduces Astoria and Draco at a party, and wouldn’t it be even cooler if she starts off hating him, while he’s besotted with her from the first moment. It’s taken me a while to get round to writing it, but here we are! I will admit, as Astoria fell in love with Draco, I fell in love with the two of them as a couple. I think they’re wonderful, and I hope some of you will agree.
Massive thanks to @abradystrix for betaing this, and thanks to @platinasi for flailing with me and being generally supportive while I wrote it. You’re both superb human beings.
So earlier tonight I was in a bathroom stall in my dorm and a few drunkish guys came in. They were being pretty loud but relatively copacetic so I was gonna let it slide.
Then one of the dudes busts out of a stall and says “yo what the fuck is this bullshit on the doors”
He was referring of course to the anti-sexual harassment posters on all the stall doors that tell everyone how to notice the signs and report and all sorts of quality, much-needed info.
I went to stand up and yell at him but stopped cold when one of the other dudes says, completely seriously:
But he said it in a sort of “shut up bro you don’t know what you’re talking about” way.
First guy; “that’s bullshit”
Second guy: “no it isn’t, man”
Third guy: *dead seriously* “it happens, people need to be informed.”
First guy: “whatever”
Third guy: “what if I just grabbed your dick right now, what would you say, huh?”
First guy: “I’d call you a faggot.”
Now at this point I stood up and looked over the stall and said “you can’t fucking say that word. People die every day because of it.”
Third guy: *pleasantly surprised* “I was just about to say that.”
Second guy: “yeah, man, we had this conversation earlier.”
Third guy: *goes to fist bump me but hesitates* “wait have you wiped already?”
Me: “I’ve been in here like ten seconds, you’re good.”
Third guy: “aight man *bump* have a good night.”
It made me so fucking proud to go to my college knowing that drunk frat boys are here educating their stupid friends about consent and decency. Keep shining, Wooster.
And stay excellent, unnamed hammered guys.
“Come on baby it’s getting to hot in here” I heard him say glancing around the loud and glittering club, seeming to distrust everyone in the room. Some sort of silent exchange was made between Frost and himself due to the eye contact he made momentarily with Frost who only nodded back.. I slowly turned my head to him releasing myself from romantic thoughts of him and I that danced in my head. I smiled looking into his scared and tattooed face. His blue eyes met my green ones for a weird second before he came to a stand. He looked sharp as always. Black dress pants a crisp white button up. I swooned inside watching him walk so perfectly through the crowd taking my hand when I started to fall behind; being to busy caught up in how the muscles in his shoulders flexed as he moved. I held his icy cold hand firmly in mine; his grip was relaxed yet seemed to be ready to pull the trigger on any funny man that tried something. I giggled saying ‘funny man’ out loud to myself. What an odd way to describe someone. The bouncers pushed the doors open and we entered Gotham’s cool night air that sent shivers up my exposed legs. “Where are we going honey?” I said playfully. He smiled then kissed my hand. “Oh just for a little drive” he said walking to the drivers side of the Lambo. I nodded becoming weary of the situation. It was always a toss up with J I never knew if he was ditching a scene to avoid a ‘vacation’ at Arkham, possibly a beat down from batsy or he was finally going to cut my neck and leave me to dry like he always threatened when he was angry. I swallowed hard noticing the two armed thugs standing behind me. I looked to J who was still standing by the drivers side in a trace, eyes locked on the ground. “Baby what’s going on?” I said weakly. Maybe this was it. He looked at me something sad coming to his face. “Nothing doll” he said “Get in the car so I can get you home. I’m not losing my doll again” I nodded compliantly getting in the luxury car his word echoing through my head. Lose me again?
Two or three months ago I had been taken by Black Mask being used as a hostage until J, like the good man he is agreed to kill the mayor of Gotham. Since Black mask lacked the means to do it himself he needed J to do it, being he was gifted in anything having to do with murder though not gifted in being bossed around. If J completed the task Mask would return me safely home. Ultimately the plan failed miserably. I was locked in a damp basement for I think about a week until one day the steel door on the joint was blasted off of it’s hinges. Frost stepped in with a machine gun taking out the two creeps that guarded me then ushered for the other men to come down, J came down last making him vulnerable for one of Mask’s men to stick a gun to his head, which they did. All and all guns went a-blazing and Black Mask escaped the shoot out. Maybe he really did miss me? I bopped myself on the head dismissing the silly thoughts, my presence was an option for him not a necessity.
J took no time starting up the car and jamming it down the street. The sheer power of the vehicle slammed me back in my seat ripping my focus from my thoughts. “J what the hell” I said smacking his shoulder. There was an odd silence between us until our eyes met putting a smile on both of our faces. This turned into giggles and in a few minutes we were two laughing maniac’s zooming down 12th street. “Oh baby” he said caressing my face with a smile. The lights from the buildings we drove past threw a sort of beautiful Aura around him. I smiled back leaning forward connecting my lips with his.
The moment we made contact it was as if everything exploded. All my fears and insecurities gone with the touch of his icy hand and sound of his purr. We continued on kissing (and driving) until there was a violent crunching sound and I found myself being hurtled through the air. My eyes only connecting with the night sky, squinted a little trying to avoid their horrible glare. This was an unfamiliar situation usually I loved to gaze up and see the twinkling lights of other worlds but my eyes couldn’t take it. The initial impact of the ground didn’t hurt being so my brain was still trying to comprehend why the stars were acting the way they were. Then the sliding began and suddenly none of that astronomical mumbo-jumbo mattered. My skin felt like it was being lit up fire then dosed in chemicals over and over again. All 115 pounds of me slid a crossed the black top only being stopped when my head smacked off a brick building knocking me temporarily unconscious. When I came to I could hear gunshots around me but no person came into view, until I saw a black caped figure stalking towards me, his eyes seeming to glow a blue color. My heart quickened as my arms attempted to drag me away from him until the pain hit. I screamed in agony looking down at my body. Parts of my arms and legs were completely skinned and bloodied seeming to create a pool of my own life source below me. He scooped me up looking quickly round him before firing what I now know to be his bat-claw “J!” I screamed looking down below as the Dark Knight whisked me through the air. I spotted J for a short second he was slumped up against his car completely still. “Baby!” I screamed fighting Batman’s grasp. I kicked my legs and writhed around until I broke his hold falling freely down until I found myself rocked by a black nothingness.
For a quick second I thought I was dead; my eyes opening to be stared down by a fuzzy light above me. Was this heaven? To my dismay it wasn’t A pretty brown haired nurse came and stuck a needle in my arm. “Ow lady watch it” I said weakly. She simply smiled at me and continued about her business. Sorely I looked around the room it was that of any basic hospital. A beeping machine stiff white blankets, the smell of cleanser. The only difference was I seemed to be in a sort of solitary confinement room. It was completely cement and had a heavy metal door locked tight instead of the flimsy blue curtain they usually had. I peered through the little window that that was on the door spotting the bat’s black cowl. Anger vibrated me and I felt my legs coming to a stand forcing me to run to the door. “I’m going to kill you Bat-freak let me out of here!” My bloodied fist pounded on the glass until I felt it crack underneath my fist. I smiled a sense of encouragement enabling me to hit harder until I was able to crash my fist through the window my hand grabbing the first throat I could. It was the nurse that had poked me before, the bat was completely gone. Most likely due to the fact he wasn’t there to begin with, only being a figment of my imagination.
A week ago I had a nail technician due my nails longer and sharper for no reason really besides I saw the ones Cat women had and thought eh why not try something new? J when he saw them held my hand in his a mischievous grin coming to his face. He wrapped his arms around my waist and pulled me in tight. “Whaddya say we go in the back and break those puppies in? hmm?” I laughed kissing him on the lips as he lifted me up laughing as he made his way to our bedroom. I grew sad at the memory digging my nails deeper and deeper into the nurse’s neck hoping that maybe the harder I squeezed he would come strolling down the hallways machine gun in hand, Frost to the side of him taking out any loser that came at them. Her warm blood trickled in between my fingers making it harder to keep my grip turning her whimpers into deafening screams.
A team of cops suddenly lined up in front of the door. Their guns drawn. “Open the doors boys and the lady gets to keep her neck” I peered into the cops faces recognizing one to be Jim Gordon. He was talking harshly into a walkie talkie. “So what are we supposed to do let this crazy bitch walk free. She’s practically got a staff members throat completely ripped out.” Whoever was talking on the other end seemed to easy Jim’s conflict which worried me. Was my Price okay? Was this one of their tricks where they say if I cooperate I could see J but when they let me out he’s laying dead of a stretcher. My nostrils flared, anger boiling in my stomach. “Okay boys you have one more chance let me out of the nurse is going to have a serious throat ache.” I watched the police their shoes shining excellent off of the polished speckled floor. Gordon nodded giving the ‘go ahead’ nod to an officer who opened the door. I stepped out smiling at Gotham’s finest dragging the nurse with me. “Now could any of you tell me where my Prince is?” I made steady eye contact with every officer. They kept their justice loving mouths shut. “Fine then” I said squeezing the nurses throat harder. She fell to her knees with a scream. All the police officers lunged forward looking to Gordon for directions. I locked my eyes on his. “God dammit. Y/n stop. He’s in route to a different hospital.” I smiled at him “See was it really that har-” everyone’s attention was pulled away when the hospital doors flew open revealing a patient with pale skin and green hair..
My heart dropped “How in the- Why is he here” Gordon shouted talking excitedly into his walkie talkie.Everything in my brain broke loose not being able to fathom the emotions the coursed through my body. My grip tightened on the nurses throat until I was able to completely tear a section of her jugular clean out. Blood splattered a crossed everyone’s faces. None of that mattered though my legs broke out into a full sprint. “J!” i screamed. He looked back. “Y/n!” he sat up quickly and took out the doctors surrounding him. I was just feet away from him. No not feet inches both of us reached out our hands about to touch when I was pulled back. My eyes looked down to see two nightmarish rubber black arms then up to J. “No!” he yelled trying to fight the swarm of cops that was subduing him his eyes looking into mine with panic? or fear swarming in them. I called out his name over and over again until a pinch on my arm brought me back to the nothingness I had just broken out of.
Thanks for reading! More to come Same Bat-time Same Bat-channel :) To honest I’m not sure why I put the song lyrics in the beginning but I just felt like it. The Song it “West coast” by Lana Del Ray. All credit for the song lyrics goes to her.
AN: See? I am actually working through these requests! It’s just taking awhile. Hope you like it!
A masquerade ball. What a strange idea. The student union is trying to find more “creative” ways to raise funds. Guess a rich university like Watford can afford to be creative. They’ve rented out some fancy hotel ballroom nearby, got the art department to make masks, the drama department to loan costumes, and for 20 quid a person, you can dance with fellow students. It’s absolutely ludicrous. And possibly fun. I desperately need some fun.
You will find here the names classed in alphabetic order. It will be presented like this: name, kanji, translation, (optionnal) something about the kanji used.
These translations are an interpretation of mine so sometimes it might not be perfect. Also some kanji are used for the sound of them not really for their meaning so don’t be suprise if some names seems “weird”.
And i do this post myself and do not copy the work of anyone.
Ayaha, あや葉 , “Colorful leaf”
Ayakazu, 絢佳司, “Brillant and excellent ruler”, 絢 this kanji make me suspicious because its literally mean “brillant fabric” maybe a reference to silk?
Ayako, 亜矢子, “Child after the arrow”
Ayano (GK), 彩乃, “Dedicated to paint” , 彩 mean also makeup
Ayano(P), あや野, “Colorful plain”
Chikaharu, 千賀遥, “Thousand joy from spring”
Chikasaya, 千賀明, “Thousand joy from the light”
Chikayuki, 千賀幸, “Thousand joy and fortune”
Chikayoshi, 千賀美, “Thousand joy and beauty”
Chisako, 千紗子, “The child of the thousand gaze”
Chiyoko, 知余子, “Very wise child”
Chizu, 千鶴, “Thousand cranes”
Eriha, 恵里葉, “Blessing leaf of the village”
Fukuai, ふく愛, “Lucky love”
Fukuaya, ふく愛彩, “Color of the luck”
Fukucho, ふく兆, “three million times lucky”
Fukue, ふく恵, “Lucky and blessed”
Fukuha, ふく葉, “Lucky leaf”
Fukuhana, ふく英, “Lucky hero”, 英 means at first english… I find that it’s super strange to find this kanji in a geimei… But i think that hero was probably the choice of the okaasan!
Fukuharu, 富久春, “Wealthy and lasting spring”
Fukuhina, ふく雛, “Lucky cutie”
Fukuhiro, ふく紘,”Large luck”
Fukuho, ふく帆, “Lucky sailor”
Fukukimi, “Wealthy and lasting ruler”
Fukumari, ふく真莉, “True luck of the jasmine”
Fukumi, ふく美, “Lucky beauty”
Fukumomo, ふく桃, “Lucky peach”
Fukunae, ふく苗, “Slap of luck”
Fukunami, ふく奈美, “Lucky and beautiful Nara”, the kanji 奈 is more used for its sound than its meaning
Fukunao, ふく尚, “Luck and esteem”
Fukune, ふく音, “The sound of the luck”
Fukuno, ふく乃, “Dedicated to luck”
Fukusato, ふく里, “Lucky village”
Fukusuzu, ふく鈴, “Bell of luck”
Fukutama, ふく珠, “Gem of luck”
Fukuteru, ふく光, “Ray of luck”
Fukutomo, ふく朋, “Lucky friend”
Fukuwaka, 冨久若, “Wealthy young one”
Fukuya, ふく哉, “How to be lucky”
Fukuya, ふく弥, “Even more lucky”
Fukuyu, 冨久有, “Wealthy but possesive”
Fumihana, 富美英, “Wealthy and beautiful hero”
Fumikazu, 章佳司, “Excellent poet and ruler”
Fumika, 富美夏, “Wealthy and lasting summer”
Fumimari, 富美毬, “Wealthy ball”, 毬 is strange to me…
Fumino, 章乃, “Dedicated to poetry”
Fumisono, 富美苑, “Weathy garden”
Fumitama, 富美珠, “Gem of weath”
Fumiyoshi, 富美芳, “Rich perfume”
Hinagiku, 雛菊, “Adorable chrysanthemum”
Hinayuu, 雛祐, “Adorable help”
Hisacho, 久蝶, “Butterfly of the old time”
Hisamari, 久万里, “Ten thousand old village”
Hisamomo, 久桃, “Peach of the old time”
Hisano, 久乃, “Dedicated to the old time”
Hisasuzu, 久鈴, “Bell of the old time”
Hizuru, ひずる, “Draw of fire”, seems to be a name than a “normal” girl can wear
Ichiaya, 市彩, “Painted city”
Ichiemi, 市笑, “City’s laugh”
Ichifuku, 市福, “Blessed city”
Ichiharu, 市晴, “Clear city”
Ichiho, 市穂, “City’s ear”
Ichikiku, 市菊, “City’s chysantheum”
Ichikoma (K), 市こま, “City’s young child”
Ichikoma (P), 市駒, “City’s horse”
Ichimame (K), 市まめ, “City’s eyes”
Ichimame(P), 市真芽, “Bud of the true city”
Ichimari, 市まり, “City’s advantage”
Ichimomo, 市桃, “City’s peach”
Ichinana, 市奈菜, “Nara city’s vegetable”, here 奈 and 菜 are just used for the sound, for a more cute effect.
Ichino, 市乃, “Dedicated to the city”
Ichiraku, 市楽, “City’s music”
Ichisayo, 市さよ, “Evening in the city”
Ichisono, 市園, “City’s park”
Ichiteru (K), 市照, “City’s shine”
Ichiteru (P), 市照, “City’s shine”
Ichitomi, 市十美, “Ten beautiful cities”
Ichitomo, 市知, “Wisdom of the city”
Ichiwaka, 市和佳, “Beautiful and harmonious city”
Ichiyu, 市結, “City’s tie”
Ichiyuri, 市有里, “Market of the village”
Kanachisa ,叶千沙, “Granting of thousand sand particle”
Kanamitsu, 叶みつ, “Granting of the honey”
Kanako, 叶子, “Granting child”
Kanasuzu, 叶鈴, “Granting bell”
Kanayuki, 叶幸, “Granting happiness”
Kanoemi, 叶笑, “Granting laugh”
Kanohiro, 叶紘, “The one who give more”
Kanona, 叶菜, “Granting vegetables”, 菜 is used for the sound
Kanoka, 叶果, “Granting reward”
Kanoyumi, 叶祐美, “Helpful beauty”
Katsue (GK), 佳つ江, “Excellent bay”
Katsue (K), 勝江, “Victorious bay”
Katsufumi, 佳つ文, “Excellent poem”
Katsugiku, 佳つ菊, “Excellent chrysanthemum”
Katsuhana, 佳つ花, “Excellent flower”
Katsuhina, 佳つ雛, “Excellent cutie”
Katsuho, 勝帆, “Victorious sailor”
Katsumi, 佳つ實, “Truly excellent”
Katsuna, 勝奈, “Victorious Nara” , 奈 used for its sound
Katsune, 勝音, “Sound of the victory”
Katsuno, 佳つ乃, “Dedicated to the excellence”
Katsunosuke, 佳之介, “Excellence of the shellfish
Katsuru, 勝瑠, “Lapis lazuli of the victory”
Katsusen, 佳つ扇, “Excellent dancing fan”
Katsutomo, 佳つ智, “Excellent and wise”
Katsuya (K), 勝也, “Victorious one”
Katsuya (GK), 佳つ椰, “Excellent coconut”
Katsuyuki, 佳つ幸, “Excellent and blessed”
Keiko, 圭衣子, “The child dressed in jewels”
Kikumaru, 菊丸, “Perfect chrysanthemum”
Kikuno, 菊乃, “Dedicated to the chrysanthemum”
Kikushino, 菊志乃, “Aspire to be dedicated to the chrysanthemum”
Kikutsuru, 菊つる, “Crane made in chrysanthemum”
Kikuyae, 菊弥江, “Even more chrysanthemum and bay”
Kikuyu, 菊夕, “Chrysanthemum’s evening”
Kimiaya, 君綾, “Well dressed ruler”
Kimichie, 君知重, “Very wise ruler”
Kimigiku, 君ぎく, “Moral ruler”
Kimiha, 君波, “Ruler of the waves”
Kimiharu, 君晴, “Clear ruler”
Kimihiro, 君ひろ, “Comprehensive ruler”
Kimika, 君香, “Ruler of the perfume”
Kimina, 君奈, “Ruler of Nara”, 奈 is used for the sound
Kimisayo, 君さ代, “Ruler since three generation”
Kimishizu, 君しず, “Peaceful ruler”
Kimitomo, 君友, “Friendly ruler”
Kimitoyo, 君とよ, “Wealthy ruler”
Kimiyu, 君有, “Possesive ruler”
Kiyono, 清乃, “Dedicated to purity”
Koai, 小愛, “Little love”
Koeri, 小衿, “Little neck”
Koen, 小えん, “Little coin”
Kofuku, 小ふく, “Little luck”
Kogiku,小菊, “Little chrysanthemum”
Koharu, 小はる, “Little springtime”
Komako, 駒子, “Little horse”
Komomo, 小桃, “Tiny peach”
Konomi, 小之美, “Beautiful little child”
Korin, 小凛, “Little cold”
Kosen(GK), 小扇, “Little dancing fan”
Kosen(M), 小扇, “Little dancing fan”
Kotoha, 琴葉, “A harp and a blade”
Kotomi, 琴美, “Beautiful koto”
Koume, 小梅, “Tiny plum”
Koyoshi (GK), 小芳, “Little perfume”
Koyoshi(M), 小よし, “Tiny and reasonable“
Koyou, 小耀, “Little shine”
Kyouka, 杏佳, “Excellent apricot
Mahiro, 真ひろ, “Understable truth”
Makiko, 槇 子, “Child of the pine”, 槇 is the kanji for a chinese black pine
Juice Robinson vs. Kazuchika Okada - G1 Climax 27 Day 10
4.5/5 (**** ½) - The story of Juice Robinson’s first G1 is one of the best told this year. He came in as the bright excited young babyface, won his first match in a big upset over one of the people he looked up to in Satoshi Kojima, then got abused and beat down twice in a row by EVIL and Minoru Suzuki. He would be essentially a one legged man by the time he had to face the current IWGP Heavyweight Champion, and had to win if he wanted to still have a chance to make the finals. Stories like these are only told in the G1, and are told with great matches like this one.
Juice gave a career defining performance, refusing to stay down for Okada, using what fighting spirit he had left to give his all. All the action was extremely crisp and smooth. Okada seemed to be trying to motivate Juice to fight even harder in the match, to the point of him becoming cocky which I thought would be his downfall. Like most matches in this tournament, it had a slower start and built up to a crazy finish, but this one shines from excellent storytelling. It took three Rainmakers to extinguish Juices fighting spirit, making him look insanely strong even in defeat. This might be the best match Juice ever has.
in the words of a dream demon — well, well, well, well, well ! i did say that i’d do this back at one hundred for a few reasons, && here we are ! i just wanted to say: thank you all for choosing to have at least some interest in my mess of a blog, whether i’ve interacted with you or not ! i still do want to write a whole lot of things with everyone, && i can’t to get to that when it happens . having a multimuse is an amazing experience, despite tags somewhat being a nightmare, having all of your muses in one place then being able to pick && choose according to your motivation ?? best idea ever . especially for someone like me who kept on juggling multiple blogs for who knows how long . so, without further ado, here’s my bias list !
shining stars - good friends && excellent writers !
“We hate you n******” , “those people” , “all lives matter” , “dark skin is ugly”. From birth we are looked at in a different way that isn’t the standard to American beauty. We aren’t treated with respect and if we are we get disrespected behind closed doors. We bear the responsibility to work twice as hard to get to higher positions and to still be disappointed when we reach our goals. Our skin is something we are taught to hate, to second guess. What’s happening to our people right now shouldn’t be a catalyst to start hating ourselves but to appreciate us and only us. I mean just look how beautiful your skin is. It shines with excellence, it glistens with joy, it symbolizes unity and power. As an artist, this is what I want to show. The beauty of our people. I’m blessed to have one night where I’ll have all of the photos in this set printed and hung up in a gallery for my own solo show. I want the WORLD to see how beautiful we are. @trecrews
God January can’t end soon enough. I cannot wait for Black Panther to drop so I can bask in all its endless Glory.
What I love most about this film and even in Civil War which lead up to Black Panther is this really strong sense of family that you get in the small moments of Civil War and the ones we see from the trailers. Even in the Voice Narration of T'Chalas father he actually speaks very highly of his son but out of love states that because of such good qualities it’d be hard for him to be king. I love that play against each other.
How many times have we all heard examples that make up a “Great King” as having a good heart and always bring an upstanding person that strives to be this pillar for the community? We always are given the idea that it is what got this person that place; and yet T'Chalas fathers in a lot of ways condemns such characteristics because he fears they will only hurt his son and his kingdom. This is great because it instantly nullifies that idea of a typical “Kings Journey”. Simply put, he establishes “It Is NOT That Easy” and that “It Doesn’t Just All Fall Into Place”
This harken to a few things for me personally that I think this movie (based off what’s been shown to us so far) wants to bring to black audience members as a whole, the first example being “SUPPORT”.
It is RIDDLED with is from head to toe in trailers and even in Civil War. Thes characters stand together as one, move as one and SUPPORT each other as one. Hell you even get this with the main villain of the plot. Here are just a few examples
This is the only Marvel Movie where there is such a strong extent of positive support for/with the main character. We don’t get the sense of this is something only they could do like other films so far.
Why Is This Important?
Because it helps promote and push for community amongst African-Americans. It helps push a much needed agenda that there is a positive effects and influence towards greatness of having a supporting circle around you. This is the one thing that the “Black Community” has been struggling with maintaining for quite some generations now and there almost seems to be a fear of such things or rather a reluctant and not-so-blissful ignorance.
The next comon theme that harkens out to me an is prob marked in my mind as one of the most important is one you’ve been seeing this entire time through these Gifs… The importance and heightening of importance of African-Americans woman through out. I love how there is a Great sense of equality between everyone in this. There is such a strong sense of positive pride and respect for woman in this film its almost overwhelming especially since it even goes beyond just African-Americans woman but woman in general.
Lastly I want to end with this, this movie takes on a deeper level that some may miss and sadly won’t even understand the importance it has. It’s not just another movie where we watch the main black character in a role we’ve seen dozens of times. It’s not the same stereotypes where there is doubt in the characters character or “typical” in behavior. This movie is about shedding light on Black Excellence and also bring forth a positive sense of pride. A pride that speaks to our hearts that we hold ourselves in higher standards than what the rest of the world may see. An that we are excellent.
But don’t forget… this is a movie for everyone and that those positive feelings should spread beyond our own personal boarders.