Meaning : Water,
Origin : Japanese,
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Numerology information Mizu:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Definition funny of Mizu:
The Japanese term for "water". Also tagged to the end of Miaiko.
Miaiko no Mizu
Rather than simply "water" in Japanese, this word is practicly a title given to a person who cannot create something of it's own. THis person will have to live of other's ideas (or colors, Mizu) in order to exist. This is usually a result of a low self esteem (for explanation, /msg Niv XD), and will usually resort in lurking, heavy-leeching, stubborn refuse to reveal details on self, etc... However, this phenomena usually halts when reaching the age of 21, or after a 1 year period of army service.
Copycat, lurker, leecher, Little-Underaged-Lurking-Chinese-Girl.
Japanese word for Water. Also: Strange female being, dwelling in the southern United States. Wears painfully bright clothing, eats junk incessently, obsesses over certain Japanese horror movie characters (see Sadako). Reads too much manga for her own good. Emits strange phrases at random, usually to do with her own or others' spleens; is convinced that her own spleen is superior to the rest of Earth. Remains sure that she hails from the far-off planet Ishkrema, a planet which she often describes with disturbing detail. Steadfastly into pixel art. One freaky bitch.
"Hey Mizu! Get off the roof and put your pants back on!"
Songs about Mizu:
Mizu Ni Inori Te by Kitaro from the Album Mizu Ni Inori Te
Mizu by Japanese Relaxation and Meditation from the Album Japanese Traditional Music
Sangatsu No Ame Oishii Mizu by Eliane Elias from the Album Brazilian Classics
Mizu (feat. Nathan Nyirenda) by Pompi from the Album Mizu
Sangatsu No Ame Oishii Mizu by Eliane Elias from the Album Eliane Elias Plays Jobim
Hakusan ~Mizu, shimiru~ by Himekami from the Album Himekami Master Pieces 10 ?Himekami Hu-doki?
Tanbo Ni Mizu Ga Hairu / Water Coming into Rice Field in the Spring by Giovanni di Domenico Akira Sakata from the Album Iruman
Books about Mizu:
Mizu-san: The World and War Through the Eyes of Hall of Fame Photographer Fred O by Fred O. Waters and Joe C. Culpepper (Aug 31, 2011)
Mizu wa Aodesu (Japanese Edition) by Weylan Tiankong (Aug 25, 2013)
Mizu Shobai: The pleasure girls and fleshpots of Japan by Boye De Mente (1966)
Mizu No Hada by seicho Matsumoto (1982)
Mizu: Webster's Timeline History, 1902 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
MIZU TO MITAMA NO FUKUIN NI KAERU (Japanese Edition) by Paul C Jong (Nov 25, 2012)
Mizu No Kairitsu
Movies about Mizu:
Warm Water Under a Red Bridge - Runtime: 1 hr 59 mins Starring: Kôji Yakusho, Misa Shimizu, et al. Directed by: Shôhei Imamura
Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro 1 - Runtime: 30 mins
Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro 2 - Runtime: 30 mins
Documentary - Sekai Bunka Isan Fujisan Bi To Daishizen Hi To Mizu No Yama CFC-1565 Unrated -
Documentary - Nhk Special Sekai Isan Fujisan Mizu Meguru Shinpi NSDS-19030 Unrated -
Documentary - Sekai Bunka Isan Shiki Fujisan Mizu No Tabi. Kaze To Kumo Hen CFC-1561 Unrated -
Spiring Tour Mizu Ni Tokeru Yuki-200 2008 -
Wiki information Mizu:
Natsuki Mizu is the former top star for Snow Troupe of Takarazuka Revue from 12/24/06 to 09/12/10. She joined the company in 1993 and became the top star in December 2006 upon the resignation of Hikaru Asami She is from Chiba-shi, Chiba-ken and her...
Mizu-shōbai, or the water trade, is the traditional euphemism for the night-time entertainment business in Japan, provided by hostess or snack bars, bars, and cabarets. Kabuki-chō in Shinjuku, Tokyo is Japan's most famous area where one can patronize...