Haruka

Haruka is a Japanese unisex name, though more common or girls than boys, with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used:

  • haruka  “far off, distant” (can be used as a unisex name)
  • haru 春 “spring (season)” + ka  “song; sing” (春歌);
  • haru  “spring” + ka  “flower” (春花);
  • haru  “clear up” + ka  “incense, smell, fragrance” (晴香);
  • haruka  “permanence” (can be used as a unisex name)

There are other meanings depending on the kanji used. Written in hiragana it’s はるか.

Origin: Japanese

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Variants:

  • Haru- a unisex name
  • Haruko- a strictly feminine name with the -ko 子 ending meaning “child”
  • Haruna- a strictly feminine name
  • Haruki- a strictly male name
  • Haruto- a strictly male name

 

 

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