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94 definitions by nikkan_hanil

Japanese guy with huge, bug eye glasses that makes music. Commonly known for his contributions to the psychadelic band, Deee-Lite.His music is WAY awesome and does not fit into any genre: too strange to be pop, not repetetive enough to be techno, too Carribean-ized and American-ized to be called Jpop, though he has made some tight J-pop like tracks before. He sometimes gets together with phat rappers like Biz Markie and Mos Def. His music tracks are utterly awesome and each album is a work of art.
"I'm going to buy 'Sound Museum', an album by Towa Tei".
by nikkan_hanil December 11, 2003
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A game company based in Japan. They were once a top-notch full fledging game publisher and developer, producing innovative and fun video game titles. However, at the peak of 1997, Konami lost it's edge to other high developing game companies. Despite innovative titles during it's recent years, like Metal Gear Solid and DDR(Dance Dance Revolution), they failed to suffice as a high profile company outside of the occasional Castlevania release. Konami's creative games lost theier impact: Metal Gear Solid was hampered and withered some because of multiple "rehashes" such as the 2 different "Special Edition" releases such as MGS2:Sons of Liberty" and the re-release of their first game for the Gamecube, "MGS: Snake Eater". DDR has practically died thanks to over-marketing the arcade dancing game, not attracting enough arcade-goers (including regular players) with lack of any new innovation as far as gameplay goes as the versions went on (freeze steps were introduced, but were created and made famous first by Andamiro's Pump it Up), and lack of any sort of support from those who were dancing on Pump it Up, a game made by "rival" company Andamiro (based in Korea). Thanks to the last reason, diehard DDR addicts and Konami fanboys formed a small army to bash Pump it Up by giving it bad reviews on forums and disrespecting Pump players and Andamiro (Andamiro mostly for racist reasons: because they were Korean and not Japanese). Despite Konami's attempts to bring some of their past series out of the hole and trying to resurface DDR, the "remakes" of their old games fell into obscurity and DDR died in Japan by it's 8th "mix" and left the DDR fanboys dissapointed, angry, and rude to other dance sims (namely Pump it Up and Techno Motion). Aside from Castlevania amd Metal Gear Solid, Konami will never be the top-notch game developer they used to be and they now rely on there last big series', fanboys, and new titles.
-There is a game on the Best Buy shelf and it is developed by Konami.
-Konami made another rehash of "Metal Gear Solid".
-The Konami fanboy poked fun at the PUMP machine, unbeknowest to how stupid and immature he was for bashing an intimate object. The PUMP player talked some sense into the Konami fanboy.
by nikkan_hanil December 10, 2003
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Means "tent" in Latin.

This is where the remainder of the unconsumed consecrated Hosts from the mass are stored after Mass, usually for adoration.
The Body of Christ is stored in the tabernacle, therefore, Jesus is physically present inside of the tabernacle.
by nikkan_hanil July 01, 2004
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A star with six points. Some look like the Jewish David Star and others have large top and bottom points, though it varies. One of the oldest religious symbols in the world, it was used by many different ancient faiths.

The unicursal hexagram is a six pointed, symmetrical figure drawn with one continuous movement. It was devised by Golden Dawn and adapted by Aleister Crowley as a device of personal significance. It was created for the purpose of drawing the figure in one continuous movement, as the other magical polygons are created- the pentagram is one example. Crowley's adaptation placed a five petalled rose, symbolizing a pentacle, in the center; the symbol as a whole making eleven, the number of divine union.
A beautiful but mysterious and potent symbol.
by nikkan_hanil June 30, 2004
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1. To worship a deity/spirit/person showing utter reverence, devotion, and love.

2. To contact spirit(s) that are beyond regular means of human communication for means of asking favors, giving intentions, showing forgiveness, asking of the prayers of the spirit(s), showing reverence or tribute, etc...
1. To worship God.
2. To contact a saint or spirit.
by nikkan_hanil June 30, 2004
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Or NexusTK.

MMORPG set in ancient Korea.

Charges $10 a month. Should be $5 a month.
-I'm just chillin' with muh man GeoCyrik smokin' herb pipes and sippin' rice wine in tha Koguryo town when some n00b steps up to us and says "KOREA!!!1!".
by nikkan_hanil July 29, 2004
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The symbol on Haruko's Vespa from the anime FLCL. Rumors speculate that this is a P for "The Pillows" while others say that it is a P for Piaggio, the manufacturer of the Vespa scooter.
Nobody knows for sure.
by nikkan_hanil December 15, 2004
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