Re: [SCA-JML] Hello List :)
- "Anthony J. Bryant" wrote:
> Everyone calls the priest "Gozen-sama" -- not just<snip>
> Tora-san. It's a bit old fashioned, but it's down-home old neighborhood Edo
> style. I merely used that one as it's a source that more people would likely
> be familiar with -- being a hugely famous film series -- rather than some
> dictionaries people would probably not have.
>I just wanted to provide a couple of examples:
> Well, as for gozen-sama, Daijirin says: "more respectful than 'gozen.' Word
> used by those in service to, or adherents of, people of high rank or high
> office and ranking clergy to show respect." Nothing there to indicate that
> it's specifically kogo. And given its usage (albeit not supremely common)
> today, it's still used the same way *there* after about a millennium.
" In 1992, I became a kozo (junior priest) in the Tendai sect with the name
Esho. My teacher is the legendary kaihogyo practioner Enami Kakusho, better
known as Gozen-sama. "
"The day Gozensama had it in Seattle with two prostitutes was March 20. ... It
is no wonder that Shinwa is the "Number One" disciple of Gozensama!"
"M. Ooka commence sa journée par une prière devant une peinture sur soie
représentant celui qu'il nomme Gozensama..."