numerology

Numerology information Temari:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism

urban

Definition funny of Temari:

urbanThe sexiest girl in whole Naruto series, along side the oldest member of the Sand nin group, Gaara's and Kankuro's big sister.

urbanThat Sand Girl, Temari, is so damn hot...

urbanOne of the Shinobi of the Sand. Older sister of Kankuro and Gaara. Uses her giant fan for long ranged attacks; often sending large whirlwinds at her oppnents. Fears Gaara less than Kankuro but is still weary of him. That changes later in the series though. She is often crude to her enemies in battles.

urban"Did you see Temari own Ten-Ten?" "Hell yeah that bitch go owned"

urbanTemari is the daughter of the Fourth Kazekage, as well as being teammate and sister to Gaara and Kankuro. She carries a giant Tessen (iron fan) on her back, which she uses as a powerful ninja tool; she specializes in long-range combat, and has demonstrated herself to be a keen analyst (although not of the same caliber as Nara Shikamaru). Temari is generally caring, if crude, toward her siblings and cohorts, but has a tendency to be quite cruel to her opponents in battle. She is more demonstrative with her feelings than Kankuro when dealing with Gaara and somewhat less afraid of him. Shikamaru, after witnessing her fighting style first-hand, has stated that she is more terrifying than his own mother. Temari basically fights using her fan. Her fan has three purple circles, which she calls stars, and each star revealed increases her fan's power greatly. She usually starts fighting with it closed, and then opens it up, revealing each star one by one until the third star is shown. Finally, she will finish her opponent using her main jutsu, Kamatachi no Jutsu (Cutting Whirlwind Technique), as it shown in her fight against Tenten. Temari also uses her fan as a thrusting tool or club, as in her fight against Nara Shikamaru. Temari mainly uses her fan to create a large wind gust to cut her opponents apart or force them back. She can also create whirlwinds and tornadoes. Sasuke Retrieval arc When the situation looked hopeless for Shikamaru in his fight against Tayuya during the failed mission to retrieve the renegade Uchiha Sasuke, Temari came to his rescue. Her fan was able to reflect the sound waves right back to their caster. Her Kuchiyose: Kirikiri Mai (Summoning: Quick Beheading Dance) to summon Kamatari (a Kamaitachi or "Sickle Weasel"), tore up and devastated an entire forest, defeating Tayuya's strategy to hide and attack from a far distance. Naruto Part II Temari makes her Naruto II debut in Chapter 247. During Naruto's two and a half year absence, she has advanced to the level of Jounin. Temari is now acting as a liaison between Sunagakure and Konohagakure as they prepare for the new round of Chuunin examinations. Upon hearing that Gaara had been kidnapped, she joins Team Kakashi and rushes back to the Hidden Sand. Upon reaching Sunagakure, Temari learns that Kankur? had been poisoned by Sasori as well. Sakura arrives in time and is able to heal him. As a result, Temari plans to join Team Kakashi in fighting Akatsuki However, Chiyo goes in her place, and Temari is left to see to the defense of Sunagakure instead. Later, Temari and a recovered Kankuro catch up to Naruto just as Chiyo performs her life-giving jutsu on Gaara, with the help of Naruto's chakra. Trivia - A "Temari" is a traditional ball of wound thread that kids use to bounce and dribble. They can be highly elaborate, and some consider weaving them to be an art form. - Temari is also a name for "Dark Soy Sauce"; this may be another food related name like Naruto - According to the official databook, Temari’s favorite foods are roasted chestnuts and vegetable soup; her least favorite foods are squid and octopus. - Botany is her hobby and her favorite phrase is "Sharpen your kama at sunset." = Her ability is believed to be based on that of Princess Iron Fan in Journey to the West. - Temari is the only female genin to have become j?nin. She is also the only female genin to participate in the mission during the Sasuke Retrieval Arc. She is also the only female to make it to the last part of the Chuunin Exam.

urban"Temari is so hawt!" "Don't forget strong!"

urbanTemari is tha hottest babe in Naruto if she was real I would fuck her brains out

songs

Songs about Temari:

songsAnchi Temari [Explicit] by Melkamu Tebeje from the Album Greatest Hits [Explicit]

songsGobezu Temari by Seleshe Demassae from the Album Sorene - Kinderlieder aus Äthiopien (Children's Songs from Ethopia)

songsOedo Temari Uta by Hibari Misora from the Album Musume Tabigasa - Single

songsTawamure Uta: III. Tenten temari by Alba Musica Kyo from the Album Ensemble Alba Musica Kyo - Works of Toyohiko Satoh

songsTemari Gobez New [Explicit] by Andualem Ayalew from the Album Anchi Melegna, Vol. 1 (Ethiopian Contemporary Traditional Music) [Explicit]

songstemari uta by Koho Uno from the Album Concert of vision Re Again

songsTemari uta (Jouons au ballon) by Sakura from the Album Japon: Rondes, comptines et berceuses

books

Books about Temari:

booksTemari Techniques: A Visual Guide to Making Japanese Embroidered Thread Balls by Barbara B. Suess (Aug 24, 2012)

booksTemari: How to Make Japanese Thread Balls by Diana Vandervoort (Sep 15, 1992)

booksTemari Traditions: More Techniques for Japanese Thread Balls by Diana Vandervoort (May 5, 1995)

booksTemari Adventures: Fun and Easy Japanese Thread and Quilt Balls by Diana Vandervoort (Dec 7, 1998)

booksTemari Gifts: Japanese Thread Balls and Jewelry by Diana Vandervoort, Valerie Oesterling, Leslie Hodges and Photos: Eric Gordon (Feb 1, 2008)

booksTemari: A Traditional Japanese Embroidery Technique by Margaret Ludlow (Jun 30, 1999)

booksTemari Treasures: Japanese Thread Balls and More by Diana Vandervoort (Jan 17, 2008)

wiki

Wiki information Temari:

Temari
Film character, TV Character, Fictional Character

Temari is a fictional character in the anime and manga franchise Naruto created by Masashi Kishimoto.

Temari

Temari balls are a folk art form that originated in China and was introduced to Japan around the 7th century A.D. "Temari" means "hand ball" in Japanese. Embroidered balls may be used in handball games.