(ひでき, ヒデキ) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Hideki Hideki Matsui, a Japanese baseball playerPronunciation Hí-dè-kí. Can have different pronunciations depending on the language used.Gender MaleLanguage(s) JapaneseOriginWord/name JapanMeaning It can have many different meanings depending on the kanji used.Other namesRelated names Hideaki, Hideo
Hideki (ひでき, ヒデキ) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Hideki can be written using different kanji characters and can mean:
- 秀樹, "excellence", "timber trees"
- 英樹, "superior", "timber trees"
- 英機, "superior", "chance"
- 秀喜, "excellence", "pleasure"
- 秀紀, "excellence", "chronicle"
- 英輝, "superior", "brightness"
- 英希, "superior", "hope"
The name can also be written in hiragana or katakana.
- Hideki Abe (安倍 栄基), Japanese video game composer
- Hideki Arai (新井 英樹, born 1963), Japanese manga artist
- Hideki Fujii (藤井 秀樹, born 1934), Japanese photographer
- Hideki Fujisawa (藤沢 秀樹, born 1963), also known as Dance☆Man, Japanese musician
- Hideki Imai (今井 秀樹, born 1943), Japanese information theorist and cryptographer
- Hideki Imamura (born January 29, 1972), Japanese musician, co-founder and vocalist of the band Siam Shade
- Hideki Irabu (伊良部 秀輝, 1969-2011), a Japanese professional baseball player who played in both Japan and the United States
- Hideki Ishige (石毛 秀樹, born 1994), Japanese footballer
- Hideki Isoda (磯田秀樹, born 1970), Japanese producer, director, and composer
- Hideki Kadowaki (門脇英基, born 1976), Japanese mixed martial artist
- Hideki Kamiya (神谷 英樹), Japanese video game designer
- Hideki Kita (喜多 秀喜, born 1952), retired Japanese long-distance runner
- Hideki Kojima (小島 英樹), Japanese voice actor
- Hideki Komatsu (小松英樹, born 1967), Japanese Go player
- Hideki Makihara (牧原 秀樹, born 1971), Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party
- Hideki Matsui (松井 秀喜, born 1974), retired Japanese professional baseball player who played for the New York Yankees
- Hideki Matsutake (born 1951), Japanese electronic musician
- Hideki Matsuoka (松岡秀樹, born 1968), Japanese Go player
- Hideki Matsuyama (born 1992), Japanese Professional Golfer
- Hideki Mutoh (武藤 英紀, born 1982), Japanese race car driver
- Hideki Naganuma (長沼 英樹, born 1972), Japanese video game music composer
- Hideki Niwa (丹羽 秀樹, born 1972), Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party
- Hideki Noda (野田 英樹, born 1969), former Japanese Formula One driver
- Hideki Noda (playwright) (野田 秀樹, born 1955), Japanese playwright, theatre director, and actor
- Hideki Okajima (岡島 秀樹, born 1974), Japanese professional baseball player and pitcher who plays for the Boston Red Sox
- Hideki Saijo (西城 秀樹, 1955-2018), Japanese singer and television celebrity best known for singing the Japanese version of the Village People's hit song Y.M.C.A.
- Hideki Shirakawa (白川 英樹, born 1936), Japanese chemist and winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
- Hideki Takahashi (高橋 英樹, born 1944), Japanese actor
- Hideki Tasaka (田坂 秀樹, born 1975), Japanese voice actor
- Hideki Todaka (戸高 秀樹, born 1973), former Japanese professional boxer
- Hideki Tojo (東條 英機, 1884-1948), Japanese prime minister during World War II
- Hideki Yukawa (湯川 秀樹, 1907-1981), Japanese theoretical physicist and the first Japanese Nobel laureate
- Asanoyama Hideki (朝乃山 英樹, born 1994), Japanese sumo wrestler
- Hideki Motosuwa (本須和秀樹), character in the anime/manga series Chobits
- Hideki, character in the anime series Devil Hunter Yohko
- Hideki Go, the alter ego of Ultraman Jack from the 1971 tokusatsu film The Return of Ultraman
- Ryūga Hideki (流河 旱樹), an alias for L from the manga Death Note
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