What does shiro mean in Japanese?
It is the color white. Improved Answer: That's close, but no. Shiroi means White. Shiro means Fourth Born Son.
Improved Answer: ^ Also close, but shiro and shiroi both mean white. Shiro is used as a noun while shiroi is used as an adjective.
Kono kappu ha shiro desu = This cup is white.
Kore ha shiroi kappu desu = This is a white cup.
I think you mean the other way around;however, shiro translated from Japanese to English is white.
The meaning of the name is `Fourth` The name Shiro is mainly used In Japanese.
White when translated from English to Japanese is shiro for shiro means white
It may mean the colour white, or a castle, or a Japanese term for a generation
Ao means blue, and Shiro means white. Aoshiro may mean light blue, then.
White wolf is shiro ookami in Japanese.
Shiro shi shiro (白) = white shi (死) = death
Depends on the kanji. I guess seeming shiro = white and ma = circle, Shiroma could mean white circle?
white wolf in Japanese is shiro ookami
Shin no shiro
In Japanese, Shiro generally means "white". Saki means "blossom". So combined, it would mean "white blossom". Saki is NOT the name of the alcoholic drink. That is spelled "sake".
im korean, not japanese, but im pretty sure 'shiro' means 'white' and 'hoshi' means star. so maybe its shiro hoshi.
She-Ro, しろ: White
It means "White Spring," although it would either be "shiro no haru" or "shiroi haru," not "shiroi no haru"...
The color white is 'shiro' in Japanese. The adjective white is 'shiroi.'
"Shiro" is the noun form, and "shiroi" is the adjectival.
You may say 'shiro,' written: 城
Miso is made with rice and soybeans and is a seasoning. "Shiro" miso is white or light gold and is one of the most sweetest misos. it is a Japanese ingredient.
別の城Betsu no shiro
White = shiro bear (animal) = kuma
白の戦士! - ( Shiro no senshi )
kuro to shiro
white - 白 (Shiro) power - パワー (Pawā)
白いの犬 shiro no inu
It can have various meanings, most commonly it means 'white' (color) and 'castle'.
"White," as in the color and not race, is 'shiro' in its noun form, and 'shiroi' in its adjectival form.
White is 'shiro,' pronounced, closely enough, as the (American English) words "she" and "row."
red (aka) white (shiro) it has a white background and a red circle in the middle
To transcribe is to write down or record; to translate -Shiro Imosakawi (I'm Japanese)
Shiroi. 白: Shiro The Japanese for the word "white" is しろ (shiro) 白 -- しろ -- shee-ro; "white" (noun). 白い -- しろい -- shee-ro-ee; "white" (adj.)
"I really hate (it)"
ホワイトナイト Howaitonaito 白騎士 Shiro Kishi
the word for cat is 'Neko' the word for white is 'Shiro'
shiroi - white cloud - kumo shiroi kumo shiro no kumo (white of the cloud)
Nobuyuki Mitamura has written: 'Kaze no shiro' -- subject(s): Children's stories, Japanese
well, shiro means white and ryuu (or ryu) is dragon.
White in Japanese means howaido, shiroi, shiro, howaito and rat means nezumi. Any of those definitions could work.
Shiro Azuma died in 2006.
Shiro Azuma was born in 1912.
Shiro Hashizume was born in 1928.
Shiro Izumi was born in 1961.
Shiro Kuramata was born in 1934.
Shiro Kuramata died in 1991.
Shiro Kashiwa died in 1998.
Shiro Kashiwa was born in 1912.