Bushi

[music] The Japanese term 節, originally used in Buddhist folk music in Japan, simply means `melody`. Like the generic term ondo, bushi, the voiced form of fushi, is used as a suffix for Japanese folk songs. It is found in many Japanese traditional and folk songs, usually shamisen or sanshin songs. Some examples include: Ringo bushi, Tsuga...
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Bushi

[region] Bushi is a traditional region in the eastern South Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It lies along the Mitumba Mountains and includes parts of the administrative territories of Walungu, Kabare, Kalehe, Mwenga, and Uvira surrounding but not including the city of Bukavu. There around 4 million inhabitants in the ...
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BUSHI

Another term for samurai - the warrior class
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Bushi

Martial man, warrior
Found on http://www.lyon-karate.com/karate_terms_glossary.php

Bushi

Warrior.
Found on http://www.samurai-archives.com/vocab.html

BUSHI

Warrior.
Found on http://www.shibuiswords.com/glossary.htm
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