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1. Drive Moves:
Format: Kanji (romaji) - Translation
šª (kan) - Pitfall/North
—£ (ri) - Separate/South
™[ (da) - More/West
k (shin) - Shake/East
Š£ (ken) - Northwest
¯ (gon) - Northeast
£ (kon) - Southwest
’F (son) - Southeast

2. Species in Onmyou Taisenki:
Format: Kanji (romaji) means ""
’Ö (Tsubaki) means "camellia."
—‹‰Î (Ikazuchi) means "lightning fire."
‰è (Mebuki) means "budding."
Â—´ (Seiryuu) means "blue dragon." (wiki)
ÂŽà (Aogane) means "blue tin."
Áá (Shousetsu) means gmelting snow.h
‰| (Enoki) means "hackberry."
‘å‰Î (Oobi) means "big fire."
”É–Î (Hanmo) means "thistledown."
Žé (Suzaku) means "vermillion bird." (wiki)
Ô“º (Akagane) means "copper."
ŠÃ˜I (Kanro) means "sweetness" or "nectar."
•– (Kaede) means "maple."
–ü‰Î (Iyashibi) means "healing fire."
–Lõ (Houjou) means "fertility."
”’ŒÕ (Byakko) means "white tiger." (wiki)
”’‹â (Shirogane) means "silver."
H… (Shuusui) means "autumn water."
•A (Hiiragi) means "holy tree."
–„‰Î (Uzumibi) means "banked fire."
‘š‰Ô (Souka) means "flower."
Œº• (Genbu) means "black turtle." (wiki)
•“S (Kurogane) means "iron."
‹ÃŽâ (Gyoujaku) means "hard-shelled."

3. Directly translated:
Format: Kanji (romaji) - Translation - Notes
“V—¬ (tenryuu) - Heaven Style
’n—¬ (chiryuu) - Earth Style
_—¬ (jinryuu) - Jin Style - The Kanji for Jin (_) means "God"
@‰Æ (souke) - Originator - Also means head of family. In Onmyou Taisenki, the Originator refers to the being who founded the Style.
~_ (koujin) - Summon - Literally "Descending God"
‘å~_ (daikoujin) - Grand Summon - Literally "Large Descending God"
—d‰ö (youkai) - Demon - Also "ghost, apparition, phantom, spectre, specter, monster, goblin"
X—…–œÛ@(shinra banshou) - All things in nature
ß‹C (sekki) - 24 seasons - Twenty-Four Japanese Small Seasons. More info here.
Žl‘å“V (yondaiten) - Literally "Four Great Skies." The Four Devas who adhere to the Taikyoku. They name refers to Jikoku of the east (Fire), Zouchou of the south (Water), Koumoku of the west (Earth), Tamon of the north (Metal). Gandarubua of the east controls spring (water), Asura of the south controls summer (metal), Naaga of the west controls fall (water), Deeba of the north controls winter (metal). Together they hold the Four Kimon.


4. Terms and notes concerning them:
Format: Kanji (romaji) - Note
Living:
Ž®_ (Shikigami) - A familiar or a magical creature who can be called forth to battle.
‰A—zl (Onmyouji) - Practitioners of the art of Onmyoudou. See wikipedia for more information.
“¬_Žm (Toujinshi) - People who conclude contracts with Shikigami and utilize In with the Drive.
›Þ— (Miko) - Shrine maiden or priestess.

Objects:
ˆó (In) - The seals Toujinshi use with the Drive.
“¬_•„(Toujinfu) - The seals Onmyouji and Toujinshi use with cards.
“¬_‹@ (Toujinki) - Machines used by the Toujinshi such as the Drive.
‹S–å (Kimon) - Literally means "Ghost Door" and refers to the northeastern direction. In ancient Japanese culture, this direction is perceived to be unlucky and should be avoided. In Onmyou Taisenki, this usually refers to the entrances to Fukumaden (see places).
¼ŠC“¹ŒÕ“S (Saikaidou Kotetsu) - The name of Kogenta's weapon. ¼ŠC“¹ (Saikaidou) means gwest coastal road.h ŒÕ“S (Kotetsu) means giron tiger.h All Shikigami have a special name for their weapon such as Kogenta's.

Places: •š–‚“a@(Fukumaden) - Pandemonium, an abode of demons
–¼—Ž‹{ (Naraku) - A type of hell for the Shikigami.

Misc:
•KŽE (hissatsu) - Literally "Certain-kill." Refers to a deadly technique.
Œ©ŽQ (kenzan) - Literally "making an appearance." “oê (toujou) and ŽQã (sanjou) are also used similarly.
›‚́›@((Species) no (Shikigami)) - the "no" indicates affiliation of the Shikigami to the Species. Ex: "Byakko no Kogenta" would mean "Shikigami Kogenta of the Byakko Species."
ŒÜs (gogyou) - The five elements wood, fire, water, earth and metal
‹tŽ® (sakashiki) - Literally "bewitching ceremony." A forbidden ceremony that allows a human to take a Shikigami's powers into oneself.
5. Other basics:
-san - Used to address someone with respect. Generally equivalent to "Mr." or "Ms."
-kun - Used to address someone with respect or close to the same level as the addressee.
-chan - Mainly used to address young girls, sometimes used for pet names (applies to pets and humans). It has a connotation of cuteness to it.
-sama - Used to address masters, leaders, or to someone you wish to pay a great deal of respect to.
-sensei - Used to address teachers or someone you look up to as a mentor.
-dono - Used to address someone with great respect.
-han - Kansai variation of -kun.
-buchou - Captain, Leader, Chief.
Onii- - Older brother or older man
Onee- Older sister or older woman

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