Masao name meaning
What does Masao mean?
Principally used in Japanese preeminent, Masao means "Righteous Man or Proper Man" and a baby boy name has its origin in Japanese.
How do I pronounce Masao?
You can pronounce the two syllabled name Masao as m(a)-sao. The other ways to say the name is ma-sow.Names that rhyme with Masao
How popular is the name Masao?
Masao is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1907 and was able to reach the top 800 names. In 1918, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 700 on boy names chart when 81 babies were named Masao. Over 1012 babies in United States have been named Masao. The first name is a rare baby name in France, chances of it being still in use are very slim. But an extremely popular name in Japan where every 1 in 200 have the name. At least, 660000 people globally have been given the name as per our estimate.
What numerology tells about Masao?
You are always open to experience something new. You have to understand that not everyone is willing and excited to succeed in life as you are. You hang around with different people, so you can widen your life perspective and expand your knowledge. Finding a way to express those hidden emotions you keep inside is the key to be content. You never get too obsessed with a person because you know that everything in life is temporary, especially relationships.
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Famous people named Masao
- Masao Adachi, Japanese screenwriter and director
- Masao Mimatsu, Japanese postmaster
- Masao Kawai, Japanese primatologist
- Masao Horino, was one of the most prominent Japanese photographers in the first half of the 20th century
- Masao Takiyama, Japanese anime producer and production designer
- Masao Maeda, woodblock print artist,
- Masao Morinaka, former professional baseball player
- Masao Miyamoto, Japanese psychiatrist, cultural critic
- Masao Yamaguchi, Japanese anthropologist
- Masao Gozu, Japanese photographer and sculptor
- Masao Akamatsu, Japanese politician of the New Komeito Party
- Masao Abe, Japanese Buddhist and professor
- Masao Kato, Japanese professional go player
- Masao Kume, Kume was born in Ueda city, Nagano prefecture
- Masao Yamamoto, Yamamoto was
- Masao Sugiuchi, go player
- Masao Nakamura, major general in the Imperial Japanese Army
- Masao Watanabe, general
- Masao Maruyama, leading Japanese political scientist and political theorist
- Masao Inoue, professional wrestler
- Masao Harada, sportsperson
- Masao Maruyama,
- Masao Takemoto, Takemoto had a degree in physical education
- Masao Maruyama, military person
- Masao Kida, baseball biography
- Masao Ohba, professional boxer from Tokyo, Japan
- Masao Azuma, During his eight years
- Masao Fujii, is honored by the Hawks
- Masao Suenaga, Japanese professional drifting driver
- Masao Kosugi in Kawaita hana as Cinematographer
- Masao Maki in Orgazmo as Actor
- Masao Koga was a Japanese composer and guitarist, known for creating world-wide melodies and for being a pioneer of Japanese folk music.
- Masao Arata in movie A Star Athlete as Writer
- In 1950 romance movie, Nagasaki no kane, Masao Wakahara played N.
- In 1990, Masao Ishiguro portrayed the role of N in drama, family flick Shiroi te.
- In 1931 flick, Sumiyakigoya, Masao Ôi characterized N.
- In 1957 action and adventure flick, Sûpâ jaiantsu - Kaiseijin no majô, Masao Takamatsu portrayed Dr.Asayama.
- In 1917, Masao Ômura played the role of N in film Ono ga tsumi.