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What does kamikaze mean?


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2013-05-23 15:30:39
2013-05-23 15:30:39

Kamikaze means god-wind and is best translated as divine wind.

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'Divine wind' is the specific meaning of 'kamikaze'.

Kamikaze is Japanese for "Divine Wind" .

Kamikaze is the correct spelling.

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Kamikaze can be used as a noun and an adjective.

Divine Wind While Divine Wind is correct, the literal translation of Kamikaze is God Wind. Kami meaning God and Kaze meaning wind

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Literal meaning is "God's Wind." kami (神) = God kaze (風) = Wind

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Kamikaze means Divine wind. Kami meaning divine and kaze meaning wind.

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