- a divine being or spiritual force in Shinto
Word Origin for kami
Examples from the Web for kami
Contemporary Examples of kami
Kami even got love from Bill Clinton for helping families talk about HIV/AIDS.‘Sesame Street’ Is Middle-Aged and Awesome
November 10, 2014
On World AIDS Day in 2006, Kami appeared with former U.S. president Bill Clinton to deliver a message about HIV and AIDS.Short History of Muppet Activism: Romney Likes Big Bird & More (VIDEO)
October 4, 2012
Historical Examples of kami
I shall get the idea sketched out here and work it up at Kami's.
I never seem to get on with my work, and yet I try hard enough, and Kami says——'
I dont believe Koto-shiro-nushi no Kami could be so foolish.The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 2
It is supposed that Ptolemy knew them under the name of Kami and Kamaks.
One of them is in reality the god of Japanese poetry, Sumiyoshi no Kami.The N Plays of Japan
Japanese for "superior, lord," a title given to governors, also used of deities; the word chosen by Japanese converts and Protestant missionaries to refer to the Christian god.