A title given to the celestial gods of the first mythical dynasty of Japan and extended to the demigods of the second dynasty, and then to the long line of spiritual princes still represented by the mikado.
An expression for Supreme Being (God), which in Shinto, can also be used to describe lesser supernatural beings and spirits inhabiting the natural universe (see also SHINTO). When speaking of a particular god or God, it would be proper to say, kami-sama. Kami can be translated many different ways depending on the context, for example
Japanese word for the objects of worship or awe in the Shinto faith. Although the word is sometimes translated as "god" or "deity," Shinto scholars point out that such a translation can cause a serious misunderstanding of the term (Ono, 1962). In some instances, such as Izanagi and Izanami, kami are personified deities, similar to the gods of ancient Greece or Rome.
Kami-sama (Japanese for "God") is the name given to the individual fictional protectors of planets in the Dragon Ball universe although they are more like overseers. In the mythology of the series, the Kami-samas have an indirect reporting relationship to one of the KaiÅs. (In the case of the Kami of Earth, this is to North KaiÅ, however there are three other low-level KaiÅs in our galaxy.)
The Kami are fictional spirit beings that embody an aspect of reality in the fictional plane of Kamigawa, from . Each Kami takes the shape and has powers associated with the element of reality it embodies. In the story, before the Kami war, the Kami were revered as gods and lived in harmony, as a benevolent force to humanity.
Kami (Nepali: à¤•à¤¾à¤®à¥€) is a Dalit community from Nepal which belongs to Indo-Aryan ethnic group. Kamis are essentially blacksmiths who are scattered in almost all hilly districts of Nepal. They are the makers of famous Khukri knives which are used by Gurkha Army.
The Kami system is a web based content mangagement system for small time developers to utilize when creating large applications or websites. It's simplicity allows for large amounts of flexibility and is perfect for those large yet small applications.