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I think this sounds more feminine though.
-- seishou  3/23/2007
Pronounced mah-SAH-mee.
-- Aqua  5/19/2007
The name reminds me too much of sasami, as if it's meant to be a food.
-- Wilted  1/11/2009
One of the main characters of 1Q84 (by Haruki Murakami) is named Masami Aomame.
-- Felie  9/5/2016
Masami Ihara is a former Japanese football player. He played for Japan national team.

The influential defender was captain of the Japan national football team for more than a decade in the 1990s, together with striker Kazuyoshi Miura and Brazilian-born midfielder Ruy Ramos. Ihara's long standing record of 122 national team appearances was bested by Yasuhito Endo on October 16, 2012 among male footballers. (Homare Sawa has surpassed that total among Japanese women).
-- lilolaf  2/22/2017
Masami Tanaka is a former breaststroke swimmer from Japan. She won the bronze medal in the 4 × 100 m Medley Relay at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Her winning teammates in that race were Mai Nakamura, Junko Onishi, and Sumika Minamoto. She competed in three consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1996.
-- lilolaf  2/22/2017
Masami Nagasawa is a Japanese actress. Nagasawa starred in a movie called Gunjo, based on a novel by Ayako Miyagi and directed by Yosuke Nakagawa. It is the second Japanese movie produced by 20th Century Fox. Filming finished on August 5, 2008 and includes her first actual love scene. It was to be released in spring 2009, although Fox aimed to have it premier at the Berlin International Film Festival in February.
-- cutenose  3/11/2017

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