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Athenian

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Hi guys.

As far as I know most japanese names have a cool meaning.
For example :
KAZUKO 一子, 和子 fJapanese
From Japanese一 (kazu)"one" or和 (kazu)"harmony" combined with子 (ko)"child".

So maybe someone here can suggest me a name that in Japanese would mean something like "the one (person) who saves the country" or "the one who protects the country".
Or in alternative "the one who thinks in a bold way".

Thank you.
 

Athenian

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Hi Majestic, well asking.
I think should be a male name or a neutral name like referring to a bot.
 
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守邦 Morikuni = Made of the kanji for protection + country. Was the name of a Kamakura-era prince.
賢志 Kenji = Made of the kanji for wise + purpose(ful).
勇考 Yutaka = Made of the kanji for brave + think/thought

Just a starter list. There would be many other likely alternatives. Morikuni doesn't sound like a name you would find in the phonebook these days. Sounds a bit classical. Kenji and Yutaka are very common names, although there are many other possible kanji variations for these names.
 
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