Cillian (kirian) in Japanese
Cillian in Katakana
Cillian in Romaji
Cillian in Hiragana
The name Cillian in Japanese Katakana is キリアン which in romaji is kirian. Katakana is the standard translation for names into Japanese, Cillian in Japanese Hiragana, the non-standard translation for names into Japanese, is きりあん.
How do you write Cillian in Japanese Kanji?
The closest sounding kanji name that sounds similar to "cillian" is 桐庵 (きりあん). It is pronounced as "ki-ri-a-n". The kanji means "paulownia pavilion".
The western meaning of the name "Cillian" is "warrior". The closest matching Kanji name based on this meaning is 戦士 (senshi), which is pronounced "sen-shi". The kanji 戦 means "war" and the kanji士 means "person". Together, the kanji 戦士 means "warrior".
Common examples of names similar to Cillian in Japan
We found the following examples of names similar to Cillian which are used as a first name or last name in Japanese prefectures.
Some of the names below may be pronounced the same way as each other, but please note that the names take a different meaning depending on the Kanji used.
1. Kirian (きりあん): This name is pronounced "Ki-ri-an" and is composed of two kanji characters, "ki" (貴) meaning "valuable" and "rian" (梨庵) meaning "pear orchard". This name is commonly used in the Kansai region of Japan, which includes the prefectures of Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Wakayama, and Hyōgo. 2. Kiriyama (きりやま): This name is pronounced "Ki-ri-ya-ma" and consists of two kanji characters, "ki" (霧) meaning "fog" and "yama" (山) meaning "mountain". This name is commonly used in the Kantō region of Japan, which includes the prefectures of Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma and Yamanashi. 3. Kirihara (きりはら): This name is pronounced "Ki-ri-ha-ra" and consists of two kanji characters: "ki" (桐) meaning "paulownia tree", and "hara" (原) meaning "field". This name is commonly used in the Tōhoku region of Japan, which includes the prefectures of Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, Akita, Yamagata and Fukushima. 4. Kiriyu (きりゆう): This name is pronounced as “Ki-ri-yu” and consists of two kanji characters: “ki” (桐) meaning “paulownia tree” and “yu” (祐) meaning “blessing”. This name is commonly used in the Chūgoku region of Japan which includes the prefectures of Hiroshima, Okayama, Shimane, Tottori and Yamaguchi.