An angiosperm is a flowering plant. A Geisha is a highly skilled Japanese artist and entertainer. So, no. A Geisha is not an angiosperm.
The Geisha girl is a beautiful woman, so she's a symbol of beauty. A geisha girl with her head decapitated means the opposite of peace.
Geisha were main parts of 'Geisha, a life' and 'Memoirs of a Geisha'
Geisha are living, breathing works of art. They are walking perfection. They go through the proper training to become a Geisha so they can carry on hundreds of years of Japanese tradition.
Geisha are probably inspired by the Geisha that have come before them. Geisha themselves are living works of art.
The 'gei' in Geisha means art, and 'sha' means person. So the literal translation is art person; ie Artists. Geisha are living artists, in the way they speak, dress, dance, sing, walk, and move. Everything about them is a work of art.
Geisha are associated with Japan.
The Geisha was created in 1896.
If a geisha became pregnant, it would be because of her own personal relationship. Geisha are not courtesans.However, traditionally if a geisha discovered she was with child, she would usually retire so that she could raise her child. Being a geisha is a highly demanding and time consuming career, it would allow no time for child care.
The origin of the word Geisha is Japanese. the Gei in Geisha means 'artist'. Geisha are moving, living works of art.
It's part of the geisha uniform. The only geisha who wear the heavy "geisha" makeup on a regular basis are apprentices; trained geishas wear a much simpler style.
Geisha always wear kimono.
The singer Keisha, that is who or what rhymes with geisha.
Her name is Saiyuri.
If you are a girl you want to be a geisha
The duration of A Geisha is 1.42 hours.
Depending on the season, occasion, or rank Geisha will wear either geta, zori, or oboko. And they do so because it is traditionally customary.
Geisha usually become 'full-fledged Geisha' around the ages of 20 to 22.
Geisha retire often for many reasons. The reason can be personal, financial etc.. A Geisha must remain single through the entire span of her time as a Geisha, if she chooses to marry she must retire before doing so. Sometimes a Geisha will choose to retire when she feels she has repaid her dept to the Okiya for financing her training, or when she feels she has spent enough time in said profession and it is time to move on. Some women will also retire from being active Geisha to take over or run an Okiya (Geisha house) of their own.
The Obi is what the geisha sash is called.
In short, Geisha wear Kimono.
Geisha - band - was created in 1983.
Geisha Handicap was created in 1973.
Geisha in Rivalry was created in 1918.