Numerology information Tsuki:

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


Definition funny of Tsuki:

urbanmeans 'moon' in Japanese.

urbanIf you were in Japan right now, you'd hopefully say tsuki instead of moon.

urbanmeaning "moon" in Japanese. A good nickname for a woderful girl. Drop dead gorgeous girl. She is very respectful, beautiful, sweet, somewhat sassy girl. She is respectful and amazing at everything there is. Her eyes are brown, her hair is gorgeously beautiful. I look at her and i do see the moon.

urbanShe is a tsuki

urban1. 月 - Japanese term for moon, or when referring to the month of the year. 2. 突き - 1) a strong thrust using a tip of an object or something sharp. stab. 2) a move in kendo where one thrusts the bamboo sword at the opponents throat that hurts like hell. Tons of painful clips on Youtube... 3) strong thrust of the male penis during sexual intercourse. Not usually referred to since normal sexual intercourse is indeed a thrust of the male penis (usually); when referred, YOU MEAN IT.

urban1. konya wa tsuki ga yoku mieru na. (We can see the moon clearly in the sky tonight) 2. 1) Kare wa hito tsuki de korosareta. (He was killed in one stab) 2) Dude, he's down. That tsuki knocked the wind out of him. That's why fighting beginners are fearful... 3) Tsuki! Tsuki! Tsuki! Tsuki! Tsuki! YES YES YES YES YES YES....

urbanTsuki, another word for assassian.


Songs about Tsuki:

songsKoyoi, Tsuki No Shita De (Under The Moon Tonight) Feat. Hiromitsu Agatsuma by MAY'S from the Album Koyoi, Tsuki No Shita De Feat. Hiromitsu Agatsuma (Under The Moon Tonight)

songsMoonlight (Kojo No Tsuki) by Andre Rieu from the Album The Flying Dutchman

songsMoon Over The Desolate Castle (Kojo no Tsuki) by Toshiko Yonekawa from the Album Popular Koto Melodies Of Japan (Remastered)

songsKojo No Tsuki (Moonlight Over The Ruined Castle) by Anne Akiko Meyers from the Album Smile

songsTsuki No Koibumi (feat. Laura Shigihara) by C418 from the Album One

songsKojo No Tsuki (Old Castle By Moonlight) by Tim Lake from the Album Tim Lake & The 5-String Banjo - Live In Tokyo, Japan

songsKojo No Tsuki (Traditional) by Michael Reimann from the Album Sakura: Dreamful Japanes Worldmusic


Books about Tsuki:

booksYoke no tsuki (Japanese Edition) by Chihiro Nishi (Oct 17, 2014)

booksKitsune-Tsuki (Kitsune Tales) by Laura VanArendonk Baugh (Sep 19, 2012)

booksNichiei Taiyaku THE RED-HEADED LEAGUE Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Genbun Sekai Meisaku2: Eitango Chuushaku Tsuki... by Arthur Conan Doyle, NozomiEntertainment and Okubo Yuu (Oct 2, 2014)

booksTsuki To Buranko (Japanese Edition) by Soramaru Takayama (Mar 6, 2014)

booksNichiei Taiyaku CASE OF IDENTITY Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Genbun: Eitango Chuushaku Tsuki (Nichieitaiyakugenbu... by Arthur Conan Doyle, NozomiEntertainment, Kato Asatori and Okubo Yu (Oct 7, 2014)

booksTsuki no sango - Vol.1 (Seikaisha Comics) - Manga by Kodansha (2014)

booksTsuki wa suigin: Teshigawara Saburo no buyo = Lune--mercure : la danse de Saburo Teshigawara (Japanese Edition... (1988)


Movies about Tsuki:

moviesUrusei Yatsura TV Vol 4 1995 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Starring: Fumi Hirano, Toshio Furukawa, et al. Directed by: Setsuko Shibuichi

moviesPierrot Praying to the Moon / Tsuki ni Inoru Piero - Starring: Takako Tokiwa, Yachigusa Kaoru, et al.

moviesPaper Moon / Kami no Tsuki - Starring: Harada Tomoyo, Mitsuishi Ken, et al.

moviesJyogen No Tsuki Tour Live ? 2008 -

moviesTsuki Possession Erotic Hentai PC Game -

movies2010 Japanese Drama : Moon Lovers w/ Eng Sub -

moviesJapanese Movie - Hanezu TMSS-248 Unrated -


Wiki information Tsuki:


Tsuki, is the Japanese word for "thrust", coming from the verb tsuku, meaning "to thrust". It is spelled the same as the Japanese word for "moon"/"month" tsuki, but the second syllable is accented, with Japanese's unvoiced vowels making it pronounced...

Tsuki Amano
Alternative Artist, Lyricist, Musician, Musical Artist, Person, Composer

Tsuki Amano, formerly Tsukiko Amano, is a Japanese singer, famous for singing the ending themes used in the Fatal Frame series: "Chō" for Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly, and "Koe" for Fatal Frame III: The Tormented. She also sang two songs for...