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Part of Speech: noun plural
Examples of usage:
They were under the command of Enomoto Izumi- no- kami, who had learned in Holland the science of naval war. - "Japan", David Murray.
On a height, the most conspicuous of them all, is the great red gateway of the yashiki, now occupied by the French Military Mission, formerly the residence of Ii Kamon no Kami, one of the great actors in recent historic events, who was assassinated not far off, outside the Sakaruda gate of the castle. - "Unbeaten-Tracks-in-Japan", Bird, Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy).
Alas for poor Ama- Terace- Omi- Kami to have to wash away the impurities of Madame Prune! - "Madame Chrysantheme Complete", Pierre Loti Last Updated: March 4, 2009.