Jin

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Jin is a toneless pinyin romanization of various Chinese names and words. These have also been romanized as Kin and Chin (Wade–Giles). "Jin" also occurs in Japanese and Korean.

It may refer to:

States[edit]

Jìn 晉[edit]

Jīn 金[edit]

Others[edit]

Places[edit]

Rivers[edit]

Surnames[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

  • Jin (manga), a Japanese manga series by Motoka Murakami
  • "Jin, the Wind Master", an episode of Yu Yu Hakusho
  • Jîn, a 2013 Turkish-German film
  • Jin (film), an upcoming Bangladeshi film

People[edit]

  • Jin Horikawa (堀川 仁, born 1962), Japanese voice actor
  • Jin Yamanoi (山野井 仁, born 1962), Japanese voice actor
  • Jin Akimoto (born 1971), Japanese mixed martial artist
  • MC Jin (born 1982), Hong Kong American rapper
  • Jin Akanishi (赤西 仁, born 1984), Japanese musician
  • Jin Okubo (大久保 陣, born 1988), Japanese cyclist
  • Jin Hanato (端戸 仁, born 1990), Japanese footballer
  • Jin Watanabe (handball player) (渡部 仁, born 1990), Japanese handball player
  • Jin Ueda (上田 仁, born 1991), Japanese table tennis player
  • Kim Seok-jin (born 1992), stage name Jin, South Korean singer of the boy band BTS
  • Park Jin-woo (born 1996), stage name Jin Jin (진진) South Korean singer of the boy group Astro
  • Park Myung-eun (born 1996), stage name Jin, South Korean singer with the girl group Lovelyz
  • Jin Hiratsuka (平墳 迅, born 1999), Japanese footballer
  • Jin Ikoma (生駒 仁, born 1999), Japanese footballer

Fictional characters[edit]

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]