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Suisei - Wikipedia

Suisei is Japanese for "comet" and the Japanese name for the planet Mercury. It may also stand for: Hoshimachi Suisei, Japanese virtual YouTuberΒ ...

What does 水星 (Suisei) mean in Japanese?

Need to translate "水星" (Suisei) from Japanese? Here's what it means. ... More meanings for 水星 (Suisei). mercury noun. 水星. Find more words!

Japanese Meaning of ζ°΄η”Ÿ, ζ°΄ζ£², すいせい, suisei | Nihongo Master

aquatic (life),living in the water - Definition of ζ°΄η”Ÿ, ζ°΄ζ£², すいせい, suisei.

Hoshimachi Suisei | Virtual YouTuber Wiki | Fandom

This is a Japanese name; the family name is Hoshimachi. Hoshimachi Suisei (ζ˜Ÿθ‘—γ™γ„γ›γ„) is a female Japanese Virtual YouTuber associated with hololive.

Suisei - boy(male) name meanings | Japanese Names .info

ε½—ζ˜Ÿ- Suisei -. ε½— means "broom." 星 means "star." favorite iconΒ ...

Hoshimachi Suisei - Hololive Fan Wiki

"It's your shooting star, your diamond in the rough, idol VTuber Hoshimachi Suisei!"

YOASOBI - ε„ͺγ—γ„ε½—ζ˜Ÿ (Comet/Yasashii Suisei) (English Translation ...

YOASOBI - ε„ͺγ—γ„ε½—ζ˜Ÿ (Comet/Yasashii Suisei) (English Translation) Lyrics: At this moment, in this quiet night / I drive the car aimlessly / You are sittingΒ ...

Taku Inoue Recruits Hoshimachi Suisei for Major Debut Single '3ζ™‚ ...

Jun 29, 2021 ... Taku Inoue's first major debut single '3ζ™‚12εˆ†' (meaning the time 3:12) ... featuring vocals by hololive virtual YouTuber Hoshimachi Suisei.

suiseiβ€Ž (Japanese): meaning, translation - WordSense Dictionary

Noun Β· ζ°΄η”Ÿ, ζ°΄ζ£²: Β· 水成: Β· ζ°΄ε£°: Β· 水刢: Β· 水性: a aqueous, a water-based - for paint or ink Β· ζ°΄ε‹’: Β· 吹青: Β· θ‘°ε‹’:Β ...

Planet A (Suisei) - Gunter's Space Page

Dec 11, 2017 ... Suisei (the Japanese name meaning `Comet') was launched on 18 August 1985 into heliocentric orbit to fly by Comet 1P/Halley.