Fabiola (fabiora) in Japanese
Fabiola in Katakana
Fabiola in Romaji
Fabiola in Hiragana
The name Fabiola in Japanese Katakana is ファビオラ which in romaji is fabiora. Katakana is the standard translation for names into Japanese, Fabiola in Japanese Hiragana, the non-standard translation for names into Japanese, is ふぁびおら.
This translation was provided by our comprehensive database of existing names, which is derived from Hepburn romanization, the most widely used-used system of romanization for the Japanese language.
How do you write Fabiola in Japanese Kanji?
The closest sounding kanji name that sounds similar to "Fabiola" is 花美織 (Hana-bi-ori). The literal meaning of this kanji is "beautiful flower weaving". It is pronounced as "Ha-na-bi-o-ri".
The western meaning of the name Fabiola is "bean grower". The closest matching Kanji name based on this meaning is 豆育 (mame-iku). This is pronounced mah-meh-ee-koo. The Kanji characters mean "bean" and "raise/cultivate".
Common examples of names similar to Fabiola in Japan
We found the following examples of names similar to Fabiola which are used as a first name or last name in Japanese prefectures:
1. Fukuoka Prefecture: 古羅 (Furara) - Pronounced "fu-ra-ra", this name is composed of two kanji characters meaning "old" and "net". It is a relatively common name in the Fukuoka Prefecture. 2. Tokyo Prefecture: 部良 (Furora) - Pronounced "fu-ro-ra", this name is composed of two kanji characters meaning "part" and "good". It is a relatively common name in the Tokyo Prefecture. 3. Osaka Prefecture: 芙蘭 (Furan) - Pronounced "fu-ran", this name is composed of two kanji characters meaning "lotus flower" and "orchid". It is a relatively common name in the Osaka Prefecture. 4. Hiroshima Prefecture: 芙蘭子 (Furanko) - Pronounced "fu-ran-ko", this name is composed of three kanji characters meaning "lotus flower", "orchid" and "child". It is a relatively common name in the Hiroshima Prefecture.
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