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What the living hell is that tag?
NovaJinx said:
What the living hell is that tag?
Actually I think tagging her as itsukishishihime_no_mikoto is not correct.
Her Japanese name is 市杵宍姫命, where
市杵=itsuki, 宍=shishi, 姫命=himenomikoto (normally 姫=hime and 命=mikoto).

There is no apparent reason of separating the "no" from "姫命".
Tagging her as itsukishishihimenomikoto is actually more reasonable, otherwise maybe itsuki_shishihimenomikoto is also fine, since the character Suou has called her as Itsuki sama in the game.
yes, i also do agree "itsukishishihime no mikoto" is not reasonable. and it's only correct as "itsukishishihimenomikoto".
it's sure that "-nomikoto" is a "suffix" of names of "kami"(gods of japan), but it's not a part as the first name or mid or last cause kami's name hasn't those. just an integrated name.
suou called her "itsuki-sama" just for short (after all "itsukishishihimenomikoto-sama" would be too long to say every day), likes "haru-chan" short for "haruka" (yosuganosora), as an abbreviation, but not be separable.

for this, "unohana no sakuyahime" in right form is "unohananosakuyahime", too.
itsukishishihimenomikoto-sama~

If it is wrong, then correct it, no need to make a fuss about it.
Being correct is not an intrinsic property, as much as one might wish it is. Transparency in reasoning for the purposes of making a defensible argument for your choices/actions is much more convincing when discussing something interpreted (such as this goddess's name).
Plus you might learn something new.
blooregardo said:
If it is wrong, then correct it, no need to make a fuss about it.
if not a "fuss" here i do bet there someone will modify it back quickly. then being an "edit warring"(?)...
and tags "unohana no sakuyahime" are too many to modify.
Changed. Thanks for explanation.
Not sure why I didn't bring this up half a year ago:
I wouldn't know about Itsuki, but "Unohana no Sakuya Hime" would have still worked for practicality's sake.

At least in the game her human nickname is Unohana Hime; as in characters would either call her Unohana or Hime-san.