[ nˈɪnɪɡɪ], [ nˈɪnɪɡɪ], [ n_ˈɪ_n_ɪ_ɡ_ɪ]
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How to use "Ninigi" in context?
Ninigi, or "Ninigi no Mikoto" in Japanese, is one of the most popular deities in Japanese mythology. He is the supreme god of fire, lightning and protector of the Emperor.
There are many stories and legends surrounding Ninigi, but the most popular account relates how he helped the emperor of Japan, Emperor Jimmu, fight against a powerful monster known as Yamata no Orochi. Using his powers of fire and lightning, Ninigi defeated the monster and protected the emperor.
Since then, Ninigi has continued to protect Japan and its people.
Homophones for Ninigi:
- names, nauch, nock, nonionic, nancy, neomys, newness, nc, nemesis, nicosia, nones, nike, naga, nameko, NAC, nook, nicu, news show, numenius, nose, nonsuch, Neem Cake, noxious, Nga, nash, nyamwezi, neosho, nuke, nix, neigh, nausea, nyse, non-issue, nan-ning, no-go, NIJ, naming, nsu, ngwee, Naja Haje, news, numinous, nick, nainsook, NSWC, nowness, nung, nageia, nanus, nonce, noose, nisi, najas, nowise, nigga, neck, nanak, noisy, nasua, naumachy, nosey, nacho, nyssaceae, nyssa, NSW, naja, NUWC, nessie, neo jazz, negus, nonechoic, new jazz, nosy, nigh, nonesuch, NSA, nyx, nous, nassau, nag, nance, naiki, nuncio, nuance, nookie, namesake, nec, noguchi, nasa, nisus, noyes, nagasaki, nusku, newsy, nog, Nicaea, nox, nazi, naias, noise, naze, nagi, NGO, ninja, nice, non-jew, niece, niche, naumachia, nucha, ngu, NOC, nesokia, ness, ng, naqua, nosegay, nexus, nsc, nanning, nosh, no-show, nj, New Mexico, noesis, nooky, nauseous, nagoya, nonage.
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