Fuyu

Fuyu is a Japanese unisex name (as well as a word) meaning 冬 “winter” though there are other meanings depending on the kanji used, such as Fuyuki, a male name meaning 冬木 “winter + tree, wood, timber” or 冬樹 “winter + tree, to plant, to cultivate” and likely other meanings; Fuyumi, a Japanese female name meaning: 冬美 “winter + beauty, beautiful”, 冬実 “winter + reality, truth”, 不由美 “not, non, un- + cause, reason + beauty, beautiful”; and Fuyuka, 冬佳 “winter +beautiful, good, auspicious”, 冬香 “winter +fragrance”, 冬加 “winter +add, addition, increase”, 冬可 “winter +permitted, allowed”, 冬花 “winter +flower”, and other meanings.

Origin: Japanese

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Kazuya

Kazuya is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used.  It’s made up of Japanese elements kazu meaning “one”, “harmony, peace”, 冬 “winter”; 万 “ten thousand”; 三 “three”; and ya meaning 八 “eight”; 矢 “arrow”; 也 “to be, also, too”; 哉 (a final exclamatory particle that has no particular meaning); 優 “excellent, outstanding, kind, tenderness”; 弥 “extensive, full, complete”; 夜 “night”; though there are likely other meanings as well. Kazu can also be used as given name on its own, becoming a unisex name.

Origin: Japanese