Kami definition

kämĭ
In Shinto, a divine power or aura, often identified with one or more deities or ancestors.
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A Bantu language of Tanzania.
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A Niger-Congo language of Nigeria.
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Any of the sacred beings worshiped in Shintoism, conceived as spirits abiding in natural phenomena and sometimes in people with extraordinary qualities.
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Origin of kami

  • Japanese

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition