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みと

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Japanese

Proper noun

みと (kanji 水戸, hiragana みと, romaji mito)

  1. a city in Ibaragi pref.

Etymology

Historically was /mi1to1/. み (/mi1) is a affix, and と (/to1) means either gate (passage way) or place, location. See ほと.

Pronunciation

/mi1/ and /mi2/ and /to1/ and /to2/merged into IPA: [mi] and IPA: [to], respectively, by the 9th century.

Noun

みと (hiragana みと, romaji mito)

  1. Genitalia.
    其八上比賣者、如先期美刀阿多波志都。此七字以音。
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