Tsubasa

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Tsubasa
GenderBoth
Origin
Word/nameJapanese
MeaningDifferent meanings depending on the kanji used

Tsubasa (written: 翼, 翔, 飛翔 or つばさ in hiragana) is a unisex Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:

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