Juri

Juri is an Estonian and Russian male name, the Slavic form of George meaning “farmer, earthworker”. Juri is also a Japanese female name, likely influenced by Julie, though it has various meanings depending on the kanji used: ju 樹 “tree, timber” + ri 里 “village” (樹里); ju 樹 “tree, timber” + ri 梨 “pear” (樹梨); ju 朱 “vermilion; cinnabar; scarlet” + ri 理 “logic reason” (朱理); ju 朱 “vermilion; cinnabar; scarlet” + ri 里 “village”…

Akane

Akane (pr. ah-kah-nee) is a Japanese female name with different meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: 茜 “madder plant, deep red, brilliant red”, 明音 “clear, bright, tomorrow + sound”, 朱音 “red, scarlet, cinnabar, vermilion + sound”, and other meanings. Akane is also a surname meaning 赤根 “red + root, base, foundation” and 紅音…