Different meanings depending on the kanji used
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Yūtarō (ゆうたろう, ユタロウ) is a common Japanese given name for males. The characters used for "taro" (太郎) mean "first son", which is why the name is seen only for males. The "yu" part of the name can use a variety of characters, each of which will change the meaning of the name ("勇" for bravery, "優" for kindness, "悠" and so on).
Yutaro Abe (born 1984), Japanese footballer for Gainare Tottori,
Yutaro Hara (born 1990), Japanese footballer for Sanfrecce Hiroshima,
Yutaro Ohsaki (born 1984), Japanese baseball player,
Tsukayama Yutarō, a character in Rurouni Kenshin manga and anime,
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