Is there a name in Japanese that means Fire Dragon??

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Actually Jason is right.

    竜means 'dragon' in Japanese.

    火竜(Ka Ryu) means 'fire drake'.

    The other ryu 龍 also means dragon but it's more often used when referring to the Chinese dragon.

    Both kanjis can be used in names.

    Also, 火which means 'fire' can be pronounced two ways 'ka' or 'hi' but in names, it's almost usually pronounced 'ka'.

  • witek
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Japanese Dragon Names

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    RE:

    Is there a name in Japanese that means Fire Dragon??

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    Source(s): japanese means fire dragon: https://trimurl.im/a14/is-there-a-name-in-japanese...
  • 5 years ago

    Speaking Japanese & Loving Japanese Culture!

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  • Hollis
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    5 years ago

    japanese means fire dragon

  • 1 decade ago

    The kanji for fire dragon would be 火竜 (pronounced ka-ryuu). I don't think you'll find any actual Japanese people with such a name, though.

  • tenuta
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Kanji For Fire

  • 1 decade ago

    竜 (ryuu) is the simplified kanji for 龍

    龍 is the traditional chinese word and Japanese kanji uses traditional chinese instead of simplified chinese 龙

    竜 is more commonly seen in Japanese characters while 龍 is more commonly seen in Chinese.

    火 means fire.

    and 火(hi) 竜(ryuu) means 'fire dragon'

    Fire dragon will then be 'hi ryuu' in romanji'.

    I hope this helps.

    Good luck!

    Source(s): Native chinese, Japanese learner.
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    5 years ago

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    Lizard is トカゲ in Japanese, so I just added the elements: large lizard, 巨大トカゲ (kyodai tokage) lizard of fire, 火トカゲ (hi tokage) lizard of ice, 氷トカゲ (koori tokage) lizard of wind, 風トカゲ (kaze tokage) lizard of water, 水トカゲ (mizu tokage) lizard of dust. 砂トカゲ (suna tokage) - i used 'suna' which means sand because the Japanese for dust would mean more like dirt.

  • 1 decade ago

    Hi-ryuu 火龍 meaning fire dragon

    The chap above me type FIRE-TURTLE not FIRE DRAGON

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