Hime (姫) is the Japanese word for princess or lady of high rank. Daughters of a monarch are actually referred to by other terms, e.g. Ōjo (王女), literally king’s daughter, although hime can be used to address Ōjo.
The Hime surname was found in the US, UK, Canada and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. Most of the Hime families were found in the United States in 1880. In 1840, 24 Hime families lived in Pennsylvania. This was about 63% of all recorded Hime’s in the US.
Example #2: another use of “hime”
She is the princess of our school. Below are the new words used in the example sentence.
Hime is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Albert Henry Hime (1842–1919), British Army officer and politician in Natal. Charles Hime (1869–1940), South African cricketer.
Hime is also the 151,057thmost common first name worldwide, borne by 2,412 people. Hime is most commonly used in Russia, where it is worn by 1,947 people, or 1 in 74,023.
The Hime surname was first found in Switzerland, where the family is considered a great early contributor to the feudal society that became the backbone of early European development.
The term “hime” is also commonly considered part of a name of Japanese female deities. An example of this would be Toyotama-hime. To transcribe the term “hime”, the kanji to be used would be either 比売 or 毘売 instead of 姫. On the other hand, Hime also has a male or male counterpart named Hiko.
HIME is not a valid Scrabble word.
The Yaksha (rendered yasha in Japanese) were an ancient class of usually benevolent spirits from Indian mythology who ruled over subterranean treasures and were worshiped as tutelary deities.
Sara is a very pretty and trendy name for a little girl, meaning ‘princess’. This name is a Greek, Latin and Scandinavian variant of the name Sarah.