Gender: Feminine
Origin: Japanese
Meaning: “spring child, sunny child.”
春子, 陽子

The most popular meaning for this name is “spring child” but depending on the Kanji, the name can have slightly different meanings.

The first element could be derived from the Japanese (haru) which represents “spring” or (haro) which could represent the sun. The last element (ko) signifies “child.”

It was borne by the first daughter of Emperor Tsuchimikado, (1196-1231 CE), the 8th Emperor of Japan.