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Miko in Chinese / Japanese...

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Miko

Japan miko
Miko Vertical Wall Scroll

み子 is the Japanese female given name Miko.

There are other versions that romanize as Miko but this is the most common.

Witch / Sorceress

China nǚ wū
Japan miko
Witch / Sorceress Vertical Wall Scroll

女巫 is the Chinese and Japanese Kanji for witch, medium, sorceress, or shamaness.


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

女巫

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Mandarin nǚ wū / nv3 wu1
Taiwan nü wu
Japanese miko / おんなみこ
Witch / Sorceress Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese witch
Japanese medium; sorceress
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

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Mandarin/ yu4
Taiwan
Japanese go / ご    gyo / ぎょ    o(p);on / お(P);おん
Chinese to resist; imperial; (classical) to drive (a chariot); to manage; to govern
Japanese (prefix) (1) (honorific or respectful language) (polite language) (humble language) (kana only) (usu. before a term with an on-yomi reading) (See 御・お) honorific-polite-humble prefix; (suffix) (2) (honorific or respectful language) (after a noun indicating a person) honorific suffix; (pref,suf) (1) (honorific or respectful language) (affixed to a word related to the emperor) honorific affix; (prefix) (2) (honorific or respectful language) honorific prefix; (prefix) (honorific or respectful language) (polite language) (humble language) (kana only) (usu. before a term with an kun-yomi reading; おん is more formal) (See 御・ご・1) honorific-polite-humble prefix; (personal name) Mitomo; (surname) Misaki; (female given name) Miko; (given name) Osamu
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

三子

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Mandarin sān zi / san1 zi
Taiwan san tzu
Japanese mine / みね    mitsugo / みつご    mitsuko / みつこ    miko / みこ    sanshi / さんし
Japanese (female given name) Mine; (personal name) Mitsugo; (female given name) Mitsuko; (female given name) Miko; (given name) Sanshi
The three sons, one filial, wise, and competent; one unfilial but clever and competent; one unfilial stupid, and incompetent; types respectively of bodhisattvas, śrāvakas, and icchahtikas, 涅槃經 33.

光来

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Japanese kourai / korai / こうらい Japanese your visit (presence); (female given name) Reira; (surname) Mitsuki; (female given name) Miko; (female given name) Miku; (female given name) Miki; (surname) Kourai; (female given name) Kira

実子

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Japanese jisshi / じっし Japanese biological child; one's own child; (female given name) Yoshiko; (female given name) Mitsuko; (female given name) Miko; (female given name) Noriko; (female given name) Tomiko; (female given name) Chikako; (female given name) Jitsuko; (given name) Saneko

寄坐

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Japanese yorimashi / よりまし Japanese child or doll used as a vessel for a spirit invoked by a shaman or miko

尸童

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Japanese yorimashi / よりまし Japanese child or doll used as a vessel for a spirit invoked by a shaman or miko

巫女

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Mandarin wū nǚ / wu1 nv3
Taiwan wu nü
Japanese miko / みこ
Japanese (1) (Shinto) miko; shrine maiden; young girl or woman (trad. an unmarried virgin) who assists priests at shrines; (2) medium; sorceress; shamaness; noro; member of a hereditary caste of female mediums in Okinawa; (female given name) Miko
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

巫子

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Japanese miko / みこ    ichiko / いちこ Japanese (1) (Shinto) miko; shrine maiden; young girl or woman (trad. an unmarried virgin) who assists priests at shrines; (2) medium; sorceress; shamaness; sorceress; medium; female fortuneteller

御古

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Japanese miko / みこ Japanese used article (esp. clothes); (surname) Miko

御子

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Japanese miko / みこ    hanako / はなこ    oko / おこ Japanese (1) God's son (in Christianity); (2) child of the emperor; (polite language) (someone else's) child; (surname, female given name) Miko; (female given name) Hanako; (surname) Oko

憑坐

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Japanese yorimashi / よりまし Japanese child or doll used as a vessel for a spirit invoked by a shaman or miko

憑子

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Japanese tanoshi / たのし Japanese child or doll used as a vessel for a spirit invoked by a shaman or miko; mutual financing association; (surname) Tanoshi

未去

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Mandarin wèi qù / wei4 qu4
Taiwan wei ch`ü / wei chü
Japanese miko
This term is used in Buddhism, but due to a licensing issue, we cannot show the definition

未来

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Japanese mirai / みらい Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) the future (usually distant); (2) future tense; (3) the world to come; (female given name) Yume; (female given name) Minku; (female given name) Miron; (female given name) Mirei; (female given name) Mire; (female given name) Miruku; (female given name) Miru; (female given name) Mirai; (female given name) Mira; (female given name) Miyuki; (female given name) Mina; (female given name) Midzuki; (female given name) Mikku; (female given name) Misaki; (female given name) Miko; (female given name) Migu; (female given name) Mikuru; (female given name) Mikuna; (female given name) Miku; (surname, female given name) Miki; (female given name) Madaki

深紅

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Japanese miko / みこ    miku / みく    shinko / しんこ    shinku / しんく Japanese deep crimson; (female given name) Miko; (female given name) Miku; (female given name) Shinko; (female given name) Shinku

皇子

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Mandarin huáng zǐ / huang2 zi3
Taiwan huang tzu
Japanese ouji / oji / おうじ
Chinese prince
Japanese imperial prince; (female given name) Miko; (female given name) Hiroko; (female given name) Noriko; (female given name) Sumeko; (female given name) Kouko; (female given name) Kimiko; (personal name) Ooji; (surname) Ouji

神女

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Mandarin nv  / nv3 
Taiwan nv 
Japanese miko / みこ
Chinese goddess; prostitute (slang); The Goddess, 1934 silent film about a Shanghai prostitute, directed by 吳永剛|吴永刚[Wu2 Yong3 gang1]
Japanese (female given name) Miko
A devī, a female spirit; a sorceress; shamaness

神子

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Japanese jingo / じんご    jinko / じんこ    shinko / しんこ    koushi / koshi / こうし    kanji / かんじ    kamisu / かみす    kamiko / かみこ    kanako / かなこ Japanese (1) (Shinto) miko; shrine maiden; young girl or woman (trad. an unmarried virgin) who assists priests at shrines; (2) medium; sorceress; shamaness; (p,s,f) Miko; (surname) Jingo; (surname, female given name) Jinko; (female given name) Shinko; (place-name) Koushi; (surname) Kanji; (surname) Kamisu; (surname, female given name) Kamiko; (surname) Kanako

紅袴

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Japanese kurenainohakama / くれないのはかま Japanese red hakama (worn by miko or noblewomen at court)

緋袴

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Japanese hibakama;hiko / ひばかま;ひこ Japanese (See 紅の袴・くれないのはかま) red hakama (worn by miko or noblewomen at court)

ちはや

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Japanese chihaya / ちはや Japanese (obscure) (kana only) thin, white ceremonial haori worn by miko; (female given name) Chihaya

審神者

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Japanese saniwa(gikun) / さにわ(gikun) Japanese (archaism) (obscure) {Shinto} person who judges which god or spirit has taken possession of a miko

物憑き

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Japanese monotsuki / ものつき Japanese (1) being possessed (by a spirit); possessed person; (2) (See 憑坐・よりまし) child or doll used as a vessel for a spirit invoked by a shaman or miko

紅の袴

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Japanese kurenainohakama / くれないのはかま Japanese red hakama (worn by miko or noblewomen at court)

緋の袴

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Japanese hinohakama / ひのはかま Japanese (exp,n) (See 紅の袴・くれないのはかま) red hakama (worn by miko or noblewomen at court)

襅(oK)

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Japanese chihaya / ちはや Japanese (obscure) (kana only) thin, white ceremonial haori worn by miko

紅の袴;紅袴

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Japanese kurenainohakama / くれないのはかま Japanese red hakama (worn by miko or noblewomen at court)

巫女;神子;巫子

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Japanese miko;fujo(巫女) / みこ;ふじょ(巫女) Japanese (1) {Shinto} miko; shrine maiden; young girl or woman (trad. an unmarried virgin) who assists priests at shrines; (2) medium; sorceress; shamaness

御子;皇子;皇女

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Japanese miko / みこ Japanese (1) (御子 only) God's son (in Christianity); (2) child of the emperor

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Mikoみ子miko
Witch
Sorceress
女巫mikonǚ wū / nu:3 wu1 / nu: wu / nu:wunü wu / nüwu



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