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[()·まえ()]
namae
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

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namae

Root Words:

[() + まえ()]
na + mae

English Meaning(s) for 名前

noun
  1. name
  2. given name; first name

Definition and Synonyms for 名前

Name a language unit by which a person or thing is known
Synonyms: ネーム, 二字, 人名, , , 名前, 名目, 名称, 名辞, 呼称, 外題, 姓名, 氏名, 物名, , 称号, 称呼, 見目, , , , 題名
Given Name the name that precedes the surname
Synonyms: ファーストネーム, , , 名前
Appellative identifying word or words by which someone or something is called and classified or distinguished from others
Synonyms: 名前, 名目, 名称, 称号, 称呼

Meanings for each kanji in 名前

name; noted; distinguished; reputation Kanji Details »
in front; before Kanji Details »

Categories 名前 is a member of

Linguistic Unit one of the natural units into which linguistic messages can be analyzed
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Name a language unit by which a person or thing is known
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 名前

Sample Sentences for 名前

Didn't you hear your name called?
Written on the blackboard was my name.
She heard her name called out in the crowd.
"'Yuki', so you do put your own name in." "Yup, isn't that roleplaying's essence?"
Is the name 'Shinosuke' a target for teasing?

Comments for 名前

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Yes, the "mae" part concists of two syllables (not a diphtong). Correct me if I'm wrong.

#3 Posted by Monox D. I-Fly over 5 years ago

How do you pronounce the "ma" and the "e" side by side?

#2 Posted by trevorhyatt over 5 years ago

How do you pronounce the "ma" and the "e" side by side?

#1 Posted by trevorhyatt over 5 years ago


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