Umberto (unberuto) in Japanese
Umberto in Katakana
Umberto in Romaji
Umberto in Hiragana
The name Umberto in Japanese Katakana is ウンベルト which in romaji is unberuto. Katakana is the standard translation for names into Japanese, Umberto in Japanese Hiragana, the non-standard translation for names into Japanese, is うんべると.
How do you write Umberto in Japanese Kanji?
The closest sounding kanji name that sounds similar to "umberto" is 雲伯郎 (うんべると), pronounced "un-be-ru-to". The kanji mean "cloud" (雲) + "elder brother" (伯) + "son" (郎).
The western meaning of the name "Umberto" is "famous warrior". The closest matching Kanji name based on this meaning is "Ei-shi-ma-ru" (英士丸). This name is pronounced as "Ei-shi-ma-ru" with the syllables separated by hyphens. The Kanji characters mean "famous" (英), "warrior" (士), and "perfect" (丸).
Common examples of names similar to Umberto in Japan
We found the following examples of names similar to Umberto 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. Umeburo (梅夫郎) - Pronounced "u-me-bu-ro", this name is made up of two kanji characters meaning "plum" and "husband". It is a common name in the prefecture of Osaka. 2. Unburuto (運武郎) - Pronounced "un-bu-ru-to", this name is made up of two kanji characters meaning "luck" and "warrior". It is a common name in the prefecture of Tokyo. 3. Unbēto (運兵郎) - Pronounced "un-bē-to", this name is made up of two kanji characters meaning "luck" and "soldier". It is a common name in the prefecture of Miyagi. 4. Unberuto (雲辺郎) - Pronounced "un-be-ru-to", this name is made up of two kanji characters meaning "cloud" and "edge". It is a common name in the prefecture of Hokkaido.