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  • 1 I must observe, however, that the praise was especially evoked by the use of the term koe-goe -- (literally meaning "voice after voice" or a crying of many voices); -- and the special value of the syllables here can be appreciated only by a Japanese poet.

    In Ghostly Japan

  • The Vulcan greeting is based upon a blessing gesture used by the kohanim (koe-hah-NEEM) during the worship service.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • “Er mu kou” pronounced ur moo koe means ears, eyes, mouth.

    Tao II

  • “Kou bu wang yan” pronounced koe boo wahng yahn means do not speak polluted words.

    Tao II

  • “Huo rong kou chu” pronounced hwaw rawng koe choo means disasters come from speech.

    Tao II

  • And on a similar note, it's only recently that I just realised the Stevie Wonder song we used to sing in music lessons at primary school—I just called to say tena koe—was probably not the original version.


  • Tachiritsudzukeru boku no mune ni atsui kimochi ga aru tame ga jibun wo aisei wa shinai tsuyoku omare kawaru yarudoki metara zenbu hiroshi wa karaba hitotsureguchi wo koe~

    mayoineko Diary Entry

  • Tameni jibun wo aisei wa shinai tsuyoku omare kaware yarudoki metara zenbu wa shinai karada hitotsumeguchi wo koe

    mayoineko Diary Entry

  • Tame ga jikan wo aisei wa shinai tsuyoku omare kaware narudoki metara zenbu wa shinai karaba hitotsumeguchi no koe

    mayoineko Diary Entry

  • In our school hall we used to have a quilt which said Me aro koe ki te hä o Hine-ahu-one, which was translated as: Pay Heed to the Dignity of Women.



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