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Kiseki in Japanese could have several meanings, with each meaning having separate kanji (and being pronounced slightly differently). In Japanese, Kiseki could mean:

  • [奇跡] - Miracle
  • [軌跡] - Wagon tracks
  • [奇蹟] - Miracle
  • [輝石] - Pyroxene (a type of crystalline rocks) though it also could mean Augite, a dark-green Pyroxene rock.
  • [鬼籍] - A roster of the dead
  • [基石] - A foundation stone

In generasia, Kiseki could be a reference to:




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