Synonyms for kaze or Related words with kaze


Examples of "kaze"
Kaze-Forces for the Defense of Democracy (KAZE-FDD) is a small, predominantly ethnic Hutu political party in Burundi. It is led by Jean-Bosco Ndayikengurukiye.
"01. "Saat Ini Kita Menjadi Angin"(Bokura no Kaze)
Chiba's series "Harris no Kaze", "Ashita no Joe", "Akane-chan", "Ore wa Teppei", and "Notari Masutaro" have all received anime adaptations. An animated film for "Kaze no Yo ni" premiered in June 2016.
Her first album, "Ten Made Todoke", was released on 1 January 2007. A month later, she released "Kaze ni Naru", her fourth single. "Kaze ni Naru" was the theme song for the film "Sakebi".
It was inspired by the manga 'Kaze no Ishimaru' by Sanpei Shirato and was animated by Yasuji Mori and Hayao Miyazaki. The anime was renamed "Kaze no Fujimaru" in order to associate it with its sponsor, Fujisawa Pharmaceuticals.
As they have done for the TV series, Shōnan no Kaze have recorded the track "YOUR SONG" to serve as the film's theme song under the name "Gaimu no Kaze".
Kaze Kiri (風霧), also known as Kaze Kiri: Ninja Action, is a hack and slash developed and published by Naxat Soft for the PC Engine CD-ROM² in 1994 only in Japan.
Kaze no Bon (風の盆) is a Japanese festival held every year from September 1 to 3 in Yatsuo, Toyama, Japan. Kaze-no-Bon literally translates to "Bon Dance of the Wind."
"kaze fukeba / okitsu shiranami" / tatsuta yama / yowa ni ya kimi ga hitori koyuran
Kaze (pronounced kah-zee), real name Kevin Clarence Thomas, is a rapper from North Carolina.
In 2007, Japanese educational TV broadcast "Kaze no Shoujo Emily" which was inspired by the novels.
Its author founded a company Torum, after cofounding and later abandoning Kaze Networking and Automation SA.
"kaze sasou hana yori mo / nao ware ha mata / haru no nagori wo / ika ni toyasen."
In volume 6 of the manga "Kaze Hikaru", the Ikedaya incident is the main event.
In 2007, Japanese educational TV broadcast "Kaze no Shoujo Emily" which was inspired by the novels.
Note: The selected members are the same as on "Kaze wa Fuiteiru".
"Tadaima no Kaze" (ただいまの風, "Returning Wind")

1998: Buenos Aires no Kaze (Viento de Buenos Aires) (Theater Dramacity), "Nicolas"
Midori Matsui describes "Kaze to Ki no Uta" as "surreptitious pornography for girls", and likens Gilbert to a "femme fatale". Toku regards "Kaze to Ki no Uta" as groundbreaking in its depictions of "openly sexual relationships", spurring the development of the boys' love genre in shōjo manga, Matsui regards "Kaze to Ki no Uta" as being influential in creating the yaoi doujinshi subculture, as it is more sexually explicit than Moto Hagio's works.
The movie starts with Itsua (an anthropomorphic German shepherd) talking about one royal family killed a long time ago. He also mentions 'Bay, Kaze's love, who was also killed, and tells the story of Kaze, a masterless samurai warrior who, driven by honor, transcends mortal life to avenge the murders of a royal family in a distant world’s feudal past. After tracking a band of villains to a nearby tavern, Kaze confronts the troublemakers when they harass a helpless “server” offering patrons companionship. Proving to be no match for Kaze, the group flees, but not before their ringleader Yashin (an anthropomorphic ferret) reveals the identity of their boss, the feudal lord Soshi, a person Kaze knows well. Later, in a tranquil forest, more of Soshi’s henchmen surround Kaze, mistakenly believing they now had him outnumbered and overpowered. Despite his distaste for killing, Kaze easily kills or scares off the fiends, leaving Yashin facing him alone. Kaze dispenses lethal justice to Yashin, albeit compassionately, wishing Yashin safety and comfort in his next life free of any anger that might lead him down the same path again. When the warrior finally locates Soshi, it becomes obvious that the former soldier Soshi has benefitted greatly from the royals’ deaths. But rather than kill Soshi, Kaze instructs him to warn “the others” that he is coming for them.