A word popularized by Japanese animation that means 'pretty girl'. Also shortened to 'bishou'. Used to describe an attractive anime character. (females only) ^__^
That chic from SailorMoon is so hot! What a bishoujo/bishou!
by BlackTwilight October 06, 2003
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Literally means "pretty girl" in Japanese.
Can also refer to games and anime with pretty girls. Bishoujo games are usually "hentai games" that are like a "virtual interactive storybook".
Love Hina is a bishoujo manga; it's loaded with "fanservice" and crude (well it's not that bad.. a little less than crude) humor.
by Jimmy July 13, 2004
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a name from japanese animation that means a beautiful girl.
what's her name? she's bishoujo!
by Phil March 06, 2004
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A pretty girl who fights for love and justice. Best anime in the world. Full of mythology, love, bad guys, and also ditzs. I LOVE SAILOR MOON!
bishoujo- pretty girl
Senshi- warrior
Sera- English for Sailor
Muun- English for Moon

"I love to watch Bishoujo Senshi Sera Muun, it's very entertaining."

by Minako Aino. June 05, 2003
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Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon is a TV anime that is a story about a klutzy, crybaby, 14 year old underachiever named Tsukino Usagi (ŒŽ–삤‚³‚¬) who was given some transformation items and super powers. Usagi transforms into the pretty, sailor suited fighter called Sailor Moon to fight against evil. But even as the super hero, Sailor Moon is klutzy and a crybaby. Then as time goes by, Usagi is joined by some other girls to form a team of sailor suited fighters. Sailor Moon is a story aimed at young girls (14 to 18 years old), and can be considered a magical girl story. The manga is written by Takeuchi Naoko (•?“à’¼Žq), and it is running in the monthly magazine Nakayoshi (‚È‚©‚悵). However because of various reasons, Sailor Moon has gathered a lot of fans from people of all age groups, and has become one of the most popular anime in Japan today. There is a Sailor Moon manga, a Sailor V manga, five TV series, three movies, several video games, and lots of merchandise.
by Samurai Katsu September 24, 2003
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