Kokkuri ( こっくり, 狐狗狸 ) or Kokkuri-san ( こっくりさん ) is a Japanese game popular during the Meiji period that is also a form of divination , based partially on Western table-turning . The name kokkuri is an onomatopoeia meaning "to nod up and down", and refers to the movement of the actual kokkuri mechanism. The kanji used to write the word is an ateji , although its characters reflect the popular belief that the movement of the mechanism is caused by supernatural agents ( ko 狐, foxes ; ku 狗, tengu ; ri 狸, tanuki ).
Onomatopoeia Poems for Teenagers
Onomatopoeia Word List & Activity by Lights Camera Learn | TpT
The Treaty: Of Waitangi, and of our class! | Hub Force ...
Poetry Fo sheezy lil weezy. - ppt video online download
Kinds of Figurative Language - ppt video online download
Examples of Octave Poetry - YouTube
Image Location: http://www.e-forwards.com/wp-content ...
Biodiversity - Environment For Kids | Mocomi
Let’s practice Phonetics Alliteration; Assonance ...
Poetry Defining terminology. - ppt video online download
Gudetama, the unmotivated egg!. - shop.j-subculture.com
Ninja Kong - Super Mario Wiki, the Mario encyclopedia