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You are viewing the etymology of 結びの神 meaning: (Proper noun) (mythology, Shinto) : one of the Japanese gods of creation. (mythology, Shinto) : the Japanese god of matchmaking, love and marriage. A euphemism for a romantic matchmaker.(mythology, Shinto) : one of the Japanese gods of creation. (mythology, Shinto) : the Japanese god of matchmaking, love and marriage. A euphemism for a romantic matchmaker.. You may also see other Japanese etymologies of 結びの神.
Japanese word 結びの神 comes from Japanese い, Japanese の, Japanese 産霊.

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Japanese (jpn) 井: a well (water source). 亥: one of the twelve Earthly Branches in the Chinese time system and zodiac. 医: medicine; a doctor. 堰: a dike or levee for containing water. 夷: uncivilized people (living to the east of ancient Imperial China; included Japan); neutral color, something colorless. 姨: a wife's sister; more specifically, a wife's younger sister; a mother's sister, a maternal aunt; a [...]
Japanese (jpn) Nominalizes an adjective, verb, or phrase. A noun, adverb, or phrase modifier. A sentence ending that indicates emphasis or a question, depending on intonation. Genitive case marker. Indicates identity or apposition. Indicates possession: of, -'s. Nominative case marker in a relative clause.
産霊 Japanese (jpn)
結びの神 Japanese (jpn) (mythology, Shinto) : one of the Japanese gods of creation. (mythology, Shinto) : the Japanese god of matchmaking, love and marriage. A euphemism for a romantic matchmaker.