Hosuseri

大分類Encyclopedia of Shinto
中分類2. Kami (Deities)
小分類Kami in Classic Texts
分野分類 CB宗教学・神道学
文化財分類 CB学術データベース
資料形式 CBテキストデータベース
TitleHosuseri
テキスト内容According to Kojiki, Konohana Sakuyahime became pregnant after cohabiting a single night with Ninigi, but Ninigi questioned whether she had actually become pregnant so readily. In anger at Ninigis suspicions, Sakuyahime built a long parturition hut and entered it; setting fire to the hut, she gave birth amid the flames to three male kami, Hoderi no mikoto (Umisachi), Hosuseri, and Hoori (Yamasachi). The prefix ho is interpreted variously as meaning either "flame" or "heads of grain," while suseri is related to susumu ("to advance"). In short, the name suggests alternately the advance of the flames or the steady growth of heads of rice grain. See also Hosusori.

-Nishioka Kazuhiko
+辞書ページURLhttps://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/eos/detail/?id=9399
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#22268382009/03/02Administrator00EOS000055HosuseriHosuseriAccording to Kojiki, Konohana Sakuyahime became pregnant after cohabiting a single night with Ninigi, but Ninigi questioned whether she had actually become pregnant so readily. In anger at Ninigis suspicions, Sakuyahime built a long parturition hut and entered it; setting fire to the hut, she gave birth amid the flames to three male kami, Hoderi no mikoto (Umisachi), Hosuseri, and Hoori (Yamasachi). The prefix ho is interpreted variously as meaning either "flame" or "heads of grain," while suseri is related to susumu ("to advance"). In short, the name suggests alternately the advance of the flames or the steady growth of heads of rice grain. See also Hosusori.

-Nishioka Kazuhiko6823[Hosuseri no mikoto] (Kojiki)1

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