In Japanese history, Japan had only a few crises to be invaded by foreign forces, twice by Mongolians and once by the USA.
When the Mongolian empire was at peak, Fubirai Kahn, a grandchild of Genghis Kahn, attempted to conquer Japan in 1274 and 1281 with massive forces. In both occasions, divine force, perhaps typhoon, destroyed Mongolian forces at sea. Since then, there was a belief that Japan was protected by divine force.
During the World War II, when Japan was loosing, Japanese air force adapted desparite suicidal attacks and named kamikaze after the divine wind.
At the time, Kamikaze was like guided missiles, and feared by American soldiers.
One who searches for death in situations.
Kamikazier:One who does not care for own well being in fire-fights, wars, battles, and fistfights.
Kamikazier:An insane fighter who charges at enourmously unfavorable odds.
Sacrificing oneself to kill another.
The japanese kamikaze pilots rammed six of our ships at Midway.
That man is willing to kamikaze his way through a battle.
That man is a kamikazier, he doesnt care how many people he is fighting, he acts as if its only one.
Etymology: Named after the Japanese suicide pilots of WWII.
Brett: Must be from hooking up with that dude last night.
Brendon: Yeah... You wore me out. Kamikaze!