Kamakaze, often spelled Kamikaze means "divine wind". It's the name originally given to the mighty Typhoon that destroyed an invading Mongol fleet in the 13th century. In WWII it was also associated with the suicide bombers, which made some people believe that it actually meant "divine death", but it does not.
by Bram July 06, 2003
its kamikaze retard
by armypants April 10, 2003
term for extreme ownage often used in the past tense, also the name of an extremely 1337 gamer
Mutha f*cka you got Kamakazed you ain't got a head left!!
by KamakazeSpec February 28, 2006
in japanese it means "divine wind" which in the past was atyphoon practically killing everyone in the fleet. in world war 2, there were kamakaze pilots which crashed into a neuclear plant or bomb plant or somthing. ethir way it wiped out thousand of american veterants.
japanese pilot: KAMAKAZE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
pvt. jacob: What the heck is that idiot doing?? what? he going to crash the plant!! RUN!!!

*BOOM!*

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