Kai means 'Earth'
I speak some Japanese and Kai means ocean.
Actually Kai means ocean in Hawaiian and the word for ocean/river in japanese is KAWA.
In Japanese, Kai may mean "big water", "the ocean", "the sea" or "paddle". Kai may also mean "change" or "the action to correct", "taker", "receiver", "mediation" or "concerning oneself with".
Kai in japanese can mean shell
was a Chinese artist who studied with, and then excelled, his master, Jia Shigu. In 1210, he was awarded the rank of Painter-in-Attendance at court, but he refused it. Instead, calling himself "Madman Liang", he spent his life drinking and painting. Eventually, he retired and became a Zen monk. Liang is credited with inventing the Zen school of Chinese art. One of his more famous pieces "Budai" a Buddha form wandering through the country-side. The swift, smiling brush stroke composing Budai embodies the Zen Buddhist philosophy of sudden enlightenment.. He is also famous for painting a man named Li Bo who is seen walking on air, or making the path as he walked on the air
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Kai Name also appears in following Origin(s): Hawaiian, English, Welsh, Finnish, Scottish, German, Scandinavian, Greek, Japanese, Maori, Chinese
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Meaning of Kai in Japanese origin/culture for Boy name with history and fame details.