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In Japan, Hitomi is a very common name, and the definition, in its entirety, is "the pupil of the eyes". Obviously, this is a straight definition, and when translated into a more broad context, Hitomi usually means the reflection or the gaze (which is usually applied as "the beautiful gaze" or "brilliant reflection").
-- Anonymous User  1/30/2005
Hitomi is the name of the female lead in the anime series "The Vision of Escaflowne."
-- Phoenix Flower  10/1/2005
Hitomi is the name of a female Japanese singer, one of her notable songs is called "I Am" and is one of the opening themes for the anime "InuYasha".
-- blueshinra  2/16/2006
A famous person named Hitomi is Hitomi Yoshizawa, who is a member of Hello! Projects group Morning Musume.
-- ketsuekitsubasa  11/8/2006
A famous bearer is the singer Hitomi Shimatani, who also acted as Ryuuzaki Sumire in the Tennis no Ohjisama live-action movie.
-- rikkai_tensai  4/17/2007
Pronounced hi-TO-mee.
-- Aqua  5/19/2007
Shinonome Hitomi (Hitomi Shinonome in Western order) is a character in the manga/anime Loveless. She is Ritsuka's twenty-three year old teacher. She is the only 'adult' in the series who is still a virgin (as signified by her cat ears and tail).
-- Anonymous User  6/28/2007
Hitomi from InuYasha was a girl that Sota loved. He had a hard time telling her that he loved her. She agreed to be his girlfriend.
-- sabrinafaye  8/6/2007
I've never seen Hitomi written as "智美". However "仁美," with "仁" meaning benevolence, is very common, and so are "一美" and "ひと実" to a lesser degree. (with "実" meaning "truth" or "reality")

Please note that my kanji definitions are directly from the dictionary. I don't have any contextual experience with them, and I don't know Japanese.
-- Evilsqueakheads  3/4/2009
The word Hitomi is comprised of "hito," which means "person” (usually other persons) and "mi," which means "seeing, ” as when you look into someone’s eyes, you see an image of a small person - actually yourself. It is exactly the same etymology as the word pupil, which derives from the Latin word "pupa," meaning "doll." Both as a word and as a name, Hitomi is profound and beautiful.
-- yukiokumura  8/7/2014
In Japanese, Hitomi is not pronounced hee-to-mee or hi-to-mee.
The last 2 syllables are correct but in the first one, you need to say 'hee' quickly, like really quickly. You would notice that it would almost sound like 'shee' when saying 'hee' quickly.
Also, the 'ee' in 'hee' is devoiced. In other words, you don't say the 'ee' in 'hee' at all.
-- m4yb3_daijirou  1/5/2015
Hitomi Shizuki is a character from the manga/anime series Madoka Magica. She is one of the main character Madoka's friends.
-- OceanSoul  5/11/2015
The AV gravure model Hitomi Tanaka is a famous bearer.
-- hazed-pastel  2/1/2016
Hitomi Aizawa is a Japanese actress, gravure idol and race queen. In a 2006 article on an "Air Guitar roadshow" in which Aizawa participated, the website cinematopics. Com noted that she was the top idol of the gravure world. Among the films in which Aizawa has appeared are Drift (ドリフト?, 2006), Hitorimake (ヒトリマケ?, 2008), and Cool Girls (クールガールズ?, 2009) In 2006, she appeared in an episode of the Tokyo Metropolitan Television drama Tantei Boogie (探偵ブギ?). The website cinematopics. Com interviewed Aizawa about her role in the film Open Water 2 (オープン・ウォーター2?, 2007), which was based on a true disaster-survival story. In September 2009, Aizawa starred as the title character in a DVD version of the 1980s manga series, Miss Machiko. Advertising for the release made much of Aizawa's prominent bustline.
-- cutenose  2/9/2017
Hitomi Kobayashi is an important early Japanese AV idol. One of the founding figures of Japanese adult video, she has been called indispensable to any discussion of the AV. Mainichi Shimbun calls her "one of the icons of Japanese adult cinema history. "Her unprecedented popularity in the mid-1980s, the early days of the Japanese AV, earned her the title "Queen of AV." According to an adult entertainment reporter for Shukan Shincho, "She laid the foundations for the golden age of adult video." According to her official profile, Hitomi Kobayashi was born Yukari Ishii (石井ゆかり Ishii Yukari?) in Tokyo on September 2, 1965. However, in an interview in the Weekly Post (週刊ポスト?) just before her retirement in 2003, she confessed to have actually been born in 1963. Her ambition since childhood was to be an actress. She attended acting school, and registered with a talent agency. Kobayashi was not particularly sexually precocious, claiming at the time of her AV debut, "I lost my virginity at 18, which is probably a bit late, and I wasn't very experienced with men."
-- cutenose  2/18/2017

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