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21:17 May 19, 2001
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
Japanese term or phrase: yoshi mitsu
yoshi mitsu
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Summary of answers provided
naashikaga shougun: yoshimitsuxxxmichiokn
naLucky Light
Benjamin Wood
nayoshi mitsuxxxNorina


  

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9 hrs
yoshi mitsu


Explanation:
I think that Yoshimitsu could be a Japanese male name. maybe I could be more of help if I knew more about the contest.

Norina

xxxNorina
Local time: 04:14

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10 hrs
Lucky Light


Explanation:
Without the Kanji it is hard to tell, but looking at the character from Tekken 3 (not sure if this is where you are actually getting the name from) it means 吉 (yoshi) which means "good" or "lucky" and 光 (mitsu) which means "light". If it is used as a name (Samurai name or something) then it is most likely these Kanji used. If you have different Kanji then it is different.


    NTC's New Japanese -English Charcter Dictionary, www.Namco.co.jp
Benjamin Wood
Local time: 04:14
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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2 days 11 hrs
ashikaga shougun: yoshimitsu


Explanation:
During the era of Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu (1368 - 1408), the Muromachi Bakufu was able to control the central provinces, but gradually lost its influence over outer regions. Yoshimitsu established good trade relations with Ming China. Domestic production also increased through improvements in agriculture and the consequences of a new inheritance system. These economic changes resulted in the development of markets, several kinds of towns and new social classes.




    Reference: http://www.japan-guide.com
xxxmichiokn
Local time: 13:14
Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
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