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Hiroko

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Pronunciation  Hí-ro-ko
Language(s)  Japanese
Gender  Female
Related names  Hiro Hiromi Hiroki
Hiroko
Meaning  It can have many different meanings depending on the kanji used.

Hiroko (ひろこ, ヒロコ) is a common feminine Japanese given name.

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Name Meanings

Hiroko can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:

  • 裕子, "rich child"
  • 弘子, "broad child"
  • 寛子, "tolerant child"
  • 浩子, "large child"
  • 博子, "wise child"
  • 宏子, "large child"
  • 広子, "broad child"
  • 紘子, "large child"
  • The name can also be written in hiragana or katakana.

    People

  • Hiroko Anzai (ひろこ, born 1979), Japanese model and idol
  • Hiroko Hatano (ひろ子, born 1975), Japanese supermodel and actress
  • Hiroko Hayashi (singer) (林 寛子, born 1959), Japanese actress, singer and tarento
  • Hiroko Konishi (小西 寛子, born 1975), Japanese voice actress
  • Hiroko Mita (寛子, born 1966), Japanese singer and actress
  • Hiroko Moriguchi (博子, born 1968), Japanese singer and tarento
  • Hiroko Nakamura (紘子, born 1944), Japanese pianist
  • Hiroko Ōta (弘子, born 1954), Japanese politician and researcher of economics
  • Hiroko Sato (寛子, born 1985), Japanese gravure idol, actress and singer
  • Hiroko Shimabukuro (寛子, born 1984), Ryukyuan musician
  • Hiroko Suzuki (浩子, born 1975), Japanese professional wrestling valet and promoter
  • Hiroko Yakushimaru (ひろ子, born 1964), Japanese actress and singer
  • Fictional characters

  • Hiroko Ai, a character in the science fiction novel series Mars trilogy
  • Hiroko Haruna (aka Laura), a character in the anime series Hamtaro
  • Hiroko Takashiro (高城 寛子), a character in the anime series Black Bible
  • References

    Hiroko Wikipedia


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