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Definition funny of Nijo:
A nijo is slang for for a nigga / hispanic child. In the hispanic culture many of the kids are called Mijo's, which is short for my son, little brother. Also can be used: Chijo - chinese/hispanic
hey man don't mess with that guy over there, he's a nijo, he'll rob you at knife point and steal your food stamps.
Songs about Nijo:
2007,In Front Of Nijo Castle by youichi okuda from the Album Shape of my life
Mon Cholo Nijo Niketane by Sudeb De Ashok Chandra Bose from the Album Vivek Banhi
Mon Cholo Nijo Niketane by Bivas Chatterjee from the Album Vivek Banhi
Mono Chalo Nijo by Ajay Chakraborty from the Album Dekha Hobe Ei Banglay
Mono Chalo Nijo Niketane by Ujjal Haldar from the Album Yugonayak Sanyasi Vivekananda
Mono Chalo Nijo Niuketane by Bibhas Chattopadhyay from the Album Brahmasangeet, Vol. 2
Mono Chalo Nijo Niuketane by Bibhas Chattopadhyay from the Album Vibek Banhi
Books about Nijo:
The Confessions of Lady Nijo by Lady Nijo and Karen Brazell (Jun 1, 1973)
Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, Vol. 14: Nijo Castle by Hiroshi Shiibashi (Apr 2, 2013)
Nijo Castle by N/A (1980)
Lady Nijo's Own Story: The Candid Diary of a Thirteenth-Century Japanese Imperial Concubine by Wilfrid Whitehouse and Eizo Yanagisawa (Jun 15, 1974)
The Confessions of Lady Nijo by Nakanoin Masatada no musume (1973)
Daughters of Nijo; a romance of Japan by Onoto Watanna (Jun 27, 2012)
Nijo Castle and Volume 15 Himeji Castle Art Treasures of Japan (1981) ISBN: 4093750157 [Japanese Import] (0010)
Wiki information Nijo:
Nijō was a town located in Itoshima District, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. As of November 2009, the town had an estimated population of 13,011 and a density of 227.98 persons per km². The total area is 57.07 km². On January 1, 2010, Nijō, along with...
Lady Nijo was a Japanese historical figure. She was a concubine of Emperor Go-Fukakusa from 1271 to 1283, and later became a Buddhist nun. After years of travelling, around 1304–7 she wrote a memoir, Towazugatari, the work for which she is known...