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Inuyasha FAQ

Question:Did u know that Sango means coral, Kaede means maple leaf, and Kikyo means bellflower?

Answer:

  • Yes.
    Posted by Bulla on Tuesday December 23 ,2003
  • ya so?
    Posted by kouga on Tuesday December 23 ,2003
  • Actually, I did know that Kikyo meant bellflower.
    Posted by Anonomous on Wednesday December 24 ,2003
  • no and thats not even a question its a statement
    Posted by Inya, Daghter of Inuyasha and Kagome on Wednesday December 24 ,2003
  • no no we didnt but thanks for telling us
    Posted by inuyasha"s #1 fans on Wednesday December 24 ,2003
  • Yes... Sango means ''coral'' Keade means ''maple leaf'' and Kikyo means ''bellflower'' I looked it-up just the other day!!!
    Posted by InuYasha's 1073r on Wednesday December 24 ,2003
  • Yes. I heard about it in a website of Inuyasha. But I don't remember which one though.
    Posted by Sandy on Friday December 26 ,2003
  • yeah i sooooo know that! i read it on a diffrent website.(oops i forgot i saw it on like 5 diffrent web sites)
    Posted by jordie on Saturday December 27 ,2003
  • Yes, I did. I do know Japanese. By the way, Kikyou also means eccentric.
    Posted by Matekai Himura on Tuesday December 30 ,2003
  • Yes. I think anyone that knows Japaese would know that!
    Posted by Bulla on Tuesday December 30 ,2003
  • Yes, but did you also know that Shippo means "Seven treasures", Inu yasha "dog demon/spirit", Kohaku "Amber", and Sesshomaru "destruction man". (sorry, couldn't resist ^_^)
    Posted by Nekoyasha on Thursday January 08 ,2004
  • Yes. Do you know that InuYasha means Dog-demon, Shippou means the 7 treasures, Myouga means Divine blessing, (or something like that) and Kagome doesn't mean anything? Oh. Naraku means Hell.
    Posted by Nikki on Sunday February 15 ,2004

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