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In the show "Sailor Moon" it was Sailor Moon's Japanese name.
-- katlove  2/20/2005
Sailor Moon's surname, Tsukino, is a pun for 'of the moon'. So her name itself is a pun for the rabbit of the moon, a Japanese legend.
-- snuffpot  6/4/2008
There's a Manga (Japanese comic) about a rabbit samurai called Usagi Yoyimbo.
-- Araceli  2/22/2005
Most Japanese people would not name a child "Usagi". In fact, some might even laugh (maybe quietly to themselves) if they heard that a couple had inflicted that on their daughter. [noted -ed]
-- abbasdaughter  12/27/2005
A famous writer named herself Usagi (Nakamura Usagi) as her pen name, but it's not for a real name. It's funny if you see people called Usagi.
-- pocho-mole  6/19/2006
Actually, it isn't too uncommon to see a girl named Usagi in Japan. It's just that the Kanji used to spell it doesn't mean "rabbit". I've seen it spelt so that it means "heron's feather/wing", "full moon", and several other ways that I can't recall at the moment.
-- Anonymous User  9/4/2006
In the manga Tsuki no Shippo (Tail of the Moon) by Tinko Ueda, the main character is named Usagi.
-- Anonymous User  8/15/2008
This name is soooo cute. I'm naming a character this. ^-^
-- MisquotedWarrior  8/22/2008
In the manga series DOLLS Seiju mishears his teammate's name (Usaki) as Usagi and he insists on calling him that.
-- Anonymous User  9/30/2008
Associated with the moon as in Japanese tradition a rabbit is seen in the shadows on the moon, not the man as in European tradition.
-- senefen  1/14/2009
In the anime and manga series "Junjou Romantica" a character (Usami Akihiko) is nicknamed Usagi.
-- Anonymous User  2/1/2009
After watching the Japanese version of Sailor Moon, I know that this name is pronounced "oo-SAW-gee".
-- terror_candy  9/2/2009
This is a Japanese name.
-- terror_candy  9/2/2009
Said oo sag ee.
-- Niji_Usagi  1/7/2010
Usagi is also the nickname of the character Usami Akihiko in the anime/manga Junjou Romantica.
-- cheshirexcat  7/13/2012

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