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Re: [SCA-JML] Digest Number 2182

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  • Charles Martin
    Yukiko-chan, as well as the snow kanji 雪 you can also use luck 幸 for yuki . That s also pronounced sachi in japanese, so sachiko would
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 27, 2006
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      Yukiko-chan, as well as the 'snow' kanji you can also use 'luck'
      for 'yuki'. That's also pronounced 'sachi' in japanese, so 'sachiko'
      would also be a fair reading.

      What's kind of fun with using 'snow' though is there is a folk tale
      about the 'Yuki Onna' , who appears to travellers in snowstorms as
      an extremely beautiful woman; she takes them to her home in the snow,
      where they fall asleep, and thereby freeze to death.

      Yamaguchi Mugyo, whose secular name was 'Yukio'
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