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Soji Expression, Soji Soul Urge, Soji Inner Dream


Numerology information Soji:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma


Definition funny of Soji:

urbanA person who is very talkative or wordy. They are usually loud and sometimes annoying, but they make good partiers. They can be random at time and fall up stairs a lot.

urban"Hey look it's a Soji." "Soji's been a bit crazy lately."


Songs about Soji:

songsJesus! Don't Tell Me (it's Christmas Time Again) [feat. Soji] by DeGeorge & Lewis from the Album Jesus! Don't Tell Me (it's Christmas Time Again) [feat. Soji]

songsSoji by Michel Godard Dave Bargeron from the Album Tuba Tuba

songsSoji by Da Gin from the Album If I Die

songsSoji Ara E by Eazy Lizy from the Album Show Your Logo

songsSoji Ara E by Eazy Lizy from the Album Show Your Logo

songsSoji Yourself by Kas from the Album Soji Yourself


Books about Soji:

booksSoji remaining British Extract (Chuko Bunko) (2003) ISBN: 4122041643 [Japanese Import] (0010)

booksSoji remaining British Extract (Chuko Bunko wide version) (2003) ISBN: 412551433X [Japanese Import] (0010)

booksAs of Soji flame (2003) ISBN: 4140054352 [Japanese Import] by Akiyama incense Hoshi (0010)

booksSoji no minzoku (Japanese Edition)

booksSoji (Japanese Edition) by Tokyo Henshbu Waseda Daigaku, Hsi Chu and Keisai Asami (Jun 20, 2010)

booksThe Soji exchange (a letter six)(Chinese Edition) by ZHONG HUA SHU JU (Jan 1, 2000)

booksSoji exchange - painters and calligraphers essential(Chinese Edition) by BEN SHE.YI MING (Jan 1, 2000)


Wiki information Soji:

Okita Sōji
Military Person, Person, Deceased Person

Okita Sōji, was the captain of the first unit of the Shinsengumi, a special police force in Kyoto during the late shogunate period. He was one of the best swordsmen of the Shinsengumi.

Buddhist Place of Worship, Place of worship, Location

Sōji-ji is one of two daihonzan of the Sōtō school of Zen Buddhism. The other is Eihei-ji temple in Fukui Prefecture. Fodor's calls it "one of the largest and busiest Buddhist institutions in Japan". The temple was founded in 740 as a Shingon...