Maki (Japanese name)
Infobox Given Name Revised
name = Maki
gender = Female
meaning = It can have many different meanings depending on the
origin = Japanese
related names =
nihongo|Maki |まき, マキ is a very common feminine
Japanese given namewhich can also be used as a surname.
Maki can be written using different
kanjicharacters and can mean:;as a given name
*真貴, "true, precious"
*真樹, "true, timber trees"
*真紀, "true, chronicle"
*真希, "true, hope"
*麻紀, "linen, chronicle"
*麻貴, "linen, precious"The given name can also be written in
hiraganaor katakana.;as a surname
; with the given name Maki
Maki(マーキー), a Japanese musician
Maki Goto(真希), a Japanese pop singer
Maki Horikita(真希), a Japanese actress
Maki Ishii(眞木), a Japanese composer
Maki Kawamura(真樹), a Japanese ballerina
Maki Meguro(真希), a Japanese actress
Maki Miyamae(真樹), a J-pop singer
Maki Mizuno(真紀), a Japanese actress
Maki Murakami(真紀), a Japanese manga artist
Maki Nomiya(真貴), a Japanese singer and musician
Maki Ohguro(摩季), a Japanese pop singer and songwriter
Maki Otsuki(真希), a Japanese singer and musician
Maki Sakai(真紀), a Japanese actress
Maki Tabata(真紀), a Japanese speed skater
Maki Tomoda(真希), a Japanese AV actress
Maki Tsukada(真希), a Japanese female judoka
Maki Yano(真紀), a Japanese pop singer; with the surname Maki
Chitose Maki(真木), a Japanese illustrator
Fumihiko Maki(槇), a Japanese architect
Fuyukichi Maki(牧), a Japanese actor
Jun Maki(眞木), a Japanese copywriter
Karina Maki(巻), a Japanese handball player
Seiichiro Maki(巻), a Japanese football player
Shinji Maki(牧), a Japanese comedian
*Yasuomi Maki (真木), a Japanese samurai of the late Edo period
*Yoko Maki (真木), a Japanese actress
*Yoko Maki (槙), a Japanese manga artist
Yoshio Maki(牧), a Japanese politician
Yuki Maki(巻), a Japanese football player
; with the given name Maki
Maki Genryusai(マキ), a video game character from both the "Final Fight" and "Street Fighter" series
Maki Ichinose(真樹), a character in the anime and manga series "Bleach"
Maki Kagura, a video game character from the "King of Fighters" series
*Maki Matsumoto (真樹), a character in the anime and manga series "Cardcaptor Sakura"; with the surname Maki
*Izumi Maki (真木), a character in the anime series "Martian Successor Nadesico"
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