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Forename Etsuko

Throughout the world, Etsuko (Etsuko Japan United States Canada Brazil, 悦子 China, Эцуко Russia Kyrgyzstan) is quite a rare primarily girly, but very seldom manly firstname. Given name Etsuko is characteristic to Canada, where it is a rare girly name, Japan, and Australia. Measured by an absolute frequency the name is most common in Japan, the United States, and China. Very seldom, Etsuko is the last name as well as a forename.

Transliterations and variants of Etsuko

VARIANTCOUNTRY
Etsuko United States, Japan, Canada, Brazil
悦子 China
Эцуко Kyrgyzstan, Russia

First name Etsuko in the context

Etsuko is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Etsuko Otonashi , the fictional character from Uma Musume Pretty Derby.

First names said to be same

Етсуко, Этсуко, and エツコ

Notable namesakes

Etsuko Satake (b. 1841) link
picture of Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto Japanese writer, Japan (b. 1873) link
picture of Etsuko Inada Etsuko Inada Etsuko Inada figure skater, Japan (b. 1924) link
Etsuko Okamura birth/death: 1884-1940 LCAuth[n88216488] VIAF[55712601] (b. 1884) link
picture of Etsuko Ichihara Etsuko Ichihara Etsuko Ichihara Japanese actress and seiyū, Japan (b. 1936) link
picture of Etsuko Shihomi Etsuko Shihomi Etsuko Shihomi Japanese actress and flower artist, Japan (b. 1955) link
Etsuko Uemura Japanese teacher, Japan (b. 1908) link
Etsuko Komiya Japanese sprinter, Japan (b. 1919) link
Etsuko Nobori badminton player, Japan (b. 1926) link
picture of Etsuko Nakanishi Etsuko Nakanishi Etsuko Nakanishi Japanese musician, Japan (b. 1977) link
Etsuko Niki Japanese novelist, Japan (b. 1928) link
Etsuko Bushika Japanese poet, Japan (b. 1928) link
picture of Etsuko Hirose Etsuko Hirose Etsuko Hirose Japanese concert pianist, Japan (b. 1979) link
Etsuko Ogawa Japanese editor, Japan (b. 1935) link
Etsuko Yasukawa Japanese historian, Japan (b. 1936) link
Etsuko Tsunomiya Japanese tanka poet, Japan (b. 1936) link
Etsuko Kibai Japanese painter, Japan (b. 1937) link
Etsuko Shibata (b. 1928) link
Etsuko Kaji Japanese critic and translator, Japan (b. 1939) link
Etsuko Takano Japan (b. 1929) link
Etsuko Tazaki Japanese pianist, Japan (b. 1941) link
Etsuko Sugano Japanese politician, Japan (b. 1942) link
Etsuko Iwasaki Hungarian teacher - introduced language to Japan (b. 1943) link
Etsuko Miyamoto Japanese sprinter, Japan (b. 1943) link
Nakamura Etsuko Japan (b. 1934) link
Etsuko Yano Japanese stylist, Japan (b. 1944) link
Etsuko Nakano Japanese translator, Japan (b. 1944) link
Etsuko Satō (b. 1934) link
Etsuko Ikuta Japanese actress, Japan (b. 1947) link
Etsuko Kisugi Japanese lyricist, Japan (b. 1948) link
Kuroda Etsuko (b. 1938) link
Etsuko Ikeda (b. 1938) link
Etsuko Ōishi Japan (b. 1938) link
Etsuko Takano Japanese undergraduate student, Japan (b. 1949) link
Etsuko Kawada Japanese politician, Japan (b. 1949) link
Etsuko Nami Japanese actress, singer, talent, Japan (b. 1950) link
Etsuko Toganoo badminton player, Japan (b. 1950) link
Etsuko Onodera Japan (b. 1942) link
Etsuko Tani Japan (b. 1944) link
Etsuko Yamashita Japanese critic, Japan (b. 1955) link
Etsuko Nakamichi Japanese speed skater (b. 1955) link
Etsuko Sonobe jewellery designer (b. 1955) link
Etsuko Hara Japanese film actress, Japan (b. 1956) link
Etsuko Odaira Japanese politician, Japan (b. 1956) link
Etsuko Yamakawa Japanese keyboardist, composer, arranger, music producer, Japan (b. 1956) link
Etsuko Komiya Japanese announcer, Japan (b. 1958) link
Etsuko Akiba Japan (b. 1948) link
Etsuko Nozaka Japanese translator, Japan (b. 1959) link
Etsuko Sanada Japanese actress, Japan (b. 1960) link
Etsuko Yamada (b. 1951) link
Etsuko Yamamoto Japanese child's literature writer, Japan (b. 1961) link
Etsuko Sai Japanese singer, Japan (b. 1961) link
Etsuko Shindō Japanese novelist, Japan (b. 1961) link
Etsuko Oguchi (b. 1952) link
Etsuko Ichikawa glass, fiber, video, and sound artist (b. 1963) link
Etsuko Inoue Japanese tennis player, Japan (b. 1964) link
Etsuko Handa Japanese association football player, Japan (b. 1965) link
Etsuko Kato Japanese anthropologist, Japan (b. 1965) link
Etsuko Gotō Japanese actor, Japan (b. 1965) link
Etsuko Ishikawa Japanese actor and seiyū, Japan (b. 1965) link
Etsuko Dōyō Japanese political candidate, Japan (b. 1965) link
Etsuko Kanaida Japan (b. 1955) link
Etsuko Mizutani Japanese singer, Japan (b. 1967) link
Etsuko Motokawa Japanese journalist, Japan (b. 1967) link
Etsuko Makizumi Japan (b. 1958) link
Etsuko Mita Japanese professional wrestler, Japan (b. 1969) link
Etsuko Tashima (b. 1959) link
Etsuko Sato Japanese Creative Director and Manager, Japan (b. 1969) link
Etsuko Miyamoto (b. 1960) link
Etsuko Shimazu Japan (b. 1961) link
Etsuko Kozakura Japanese voice actress, Japan (b. 1971) link
Etsuko Tokunaga Japanese announcer and seiyū, Japan (b. 1971) link
Etsuko Miyahara Japan (b. 1962) link
Etsuko Fukano Japanese association football referee, Japan (b. 1972) link
Etsuko Nishio Japanese actor, singer and model, Japan (b. 1973) link
Etsuko Mochizuki Japanese actress, Japan (b. 1974) link
Etsuko Isobe Japanese actor and announcer, Japan (b. 1976) link
Etsuko Ogata Japan (b. 1966) link
Etsuko Tsugihara Japan (b. 1966) link
Etsuko Ueda Japanese announcer, Japan (b. 1978) link
Etsuko Hatsuta Japanese singer, Japan (b. 1979) link
Etsuko Sugimoto Japanese actress, Japan (b. 1979) link
Etsuko Matsubara researcher link
Etsuko Price Corona del Mar CA Collector link
Etsuko Miyagi researcher link
Etsuko Hamura Japanese singer link
Etsuko Kobayashi researcher link
Etsuko Ohama researcher link
Etsuko Koide Japanese seiyū, Japan link
Etsuko Imabayashi researcher link
Etsuko Shimobayashi researcher link
Etsuko Hashimoto researcher link
Etsuko Miyamoto-Sato researcher link
Etsuko Arita researcher link
Etsuko Sawatari researcher link
Etsuko Asakura politician link
Etsuko Kamakura Japanese diver link
Etsuko Yakushimaru Japanese singer, Japan link
Etsuko Hisanaga researcher link
Etsuko Tsujino Japanese voice actress, Japan link

Characteristic surnames

Nakamura, Watanabe, Suzuki, Ito, Kato, Takahashi, Yamada, Yamamoto, Kobayashi, and Tanaka