Miko

A miko (巫女) is a Shinto term of Japan, indicating a shrine (jinja) maiden or a supplementary priestess who was once likely seen as a shaman but in modern Japanese culture is understood to be an institutionalized role in daily shrine life, trained to perform tasks, ranging from sacred cleansing to performing the Kagura, a sacred dance. ==Physic...
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miko

(from the article `religious dress`) ...paulownia wood. Shint priests carry a flat, slightly tapered wooden mace (shaku), which symbolizes their office but otherwise has no precisely ...
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Miko

[name] Miko is a European name with origins in Slovakia. It is a full name, often being confused with the nickname Miko, from Mikolaj. It is used all over Europe, commonly in places like Croatia, Czech Republic, and Slovakia. The name Miko is a variant of the name Michael, which has Hebrew origins. Variants of the name Miko include Mikko,an...
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Miko

Miko is a Hebrew name for boys and girls. The meaning is `Who is like God?` The name Miko is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) In England and Wales it is (almost) solely given to boys What do they use in other countries? Micah (Hebrew) Mika (Finnish) Michele (Italian) Myka Misha (Russian) Mischa (Slavic)...
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Miko

Young, virginal females, who assist Shinto priests during rituals and shrine tasks. Miko wear white kimono with red hakama, must be unmarried, and are often the priests' daughters
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