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Subject: Re: Meaning of Ryuki
Author: Rene   (Authenticated as Rene)
Date: March 21, 2005 at 1:04:23 PM
Reply to: Meaning of Ryuki by Indy
The most common writing of 'Ryuki' or 'Ryuuki' that I could find is the following:

竜騎

First kanji 竜: dragon
Second kanji 騎: to ride, rider

An alternative is 龍騎, but that also means "dragon rider".

I did not find it used as an actual name for a real person, but only as the name of the hero of an Anime TV series. See
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=2168
(Funny that the English translation of the name of this Anime is "masked rider", not "dragon rider".)

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