geisha

[n] - a Japanese woman trained to entertain men with conversation and singing and dancing
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geisha

Female entertainer (music, singing, dancing, and conversation) in Japanese teahouses and at private parties. Geishas survive mainly as a tourist attraction. They are apprenticed from childhood and...
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Geisha

Gei'sha (gā'shȧ) noun ; plural Geisha (-shȧ), Geishas (- shȧz). [ Jap.] A Japanese singing and dancing girl.
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Geisha

• (n.) A Japanese singing and dancing girl. • (pl. ) of Geisha
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geisha

a member of a professional class of women in Japan whose traditional occupation is to entertain men, in modern times, particularly at businessmen`s ...
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Geisha

==Terms== Geisha (ə; lang), like all Japanese nouns, has no distinct singular or plural variants. The word consists of two kanji, 芸 (gei) meaning `art` and 者 (sha) meaning `person` or `doer`. The most literal translation of geisha into English would be `artist,` `performing artist,` or `artisan.` Another name for geisha is geiko (...
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Geisha

Geisha is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Geisha

A geisha is a professional female companion for men in Japan. They are trained in music, dancing, and the art of conversation.
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Geisha

A geisha is a Japanese female professional entertainer. They undergo a long training in singing, conversation and etiquette and often contract with tea- houses. It is an honourable profession, often combined with prostitution.
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Geisha

Geisha means 'woman of art. The art may be shamisen playing, singing, dancing etc. and, of course, the arts of conversation and tea ceremony hostess. Contrary to opinion, geisha do not always to wear such white make up (shiro nuri) and do not wear the ornate outfits and hair decorations many of us associate with geisha, maiko always wear the very w...
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