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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Japanese あきひと (Akihito).

Proper nounEdit

Akihito

  1. A male given name from Japanese
    • 2001, Akihito Uchiyama (1948–1997), Hardy Spaces on the Euclidean Space, p. viii:
      Akihito still had a hard time understanding questions[.]
    • 2010, Blossoming Silk Against the Rising Sun: U.S. and Japanese Paratroopers at War in the Pacific in World War II, p. 26:
      The 1st Raiding Brigade's own Raiding Flying Regiment, commanded by Maj. Akihito Niihara, would transport the 1st Attack Group to the targets in Tachikawa Type LO (Thelma) and Mitsubishi Ki-57 Type 100 Model 1 (Topsy) aircraft.
    • 2013, John McCormick, Comparative Politics in Transition, 7th ed., p. 163:
      Akihito succeeded to the throne in 1989[.]

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RomanizationEdit

Akihito

  1. Rōmaji transcription of あきひと