Talk:Sanada Komatsu

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姫小松 (hime-Komatsu) as "another name" is strange. Shouldn't it be Komatsu-hime 小松姫? I don't think I have ever seen the "hime" first. And in any case, do we need it? It is more a title--the Sanada Family Materials called her "Komatsu-dono" -- and if we start adding -dono, hime, etc. to names there will be no end. Although maybe as daughter of Ieyasu she is always used with somthing. --Bethetsu 05:54, 29 November 2012 (PST)

Agreed. 姫小松 (hime-Komatsu) is another name of Pinus parviflora in Japanese.

--Shikisoku 08:22, 1 December 2012 (PST)

Alright. I'm not so familiar with the figure; I saw a source that referred to her as Hime-Komatsu, and thought it might be a pretty typical thing she's known by, like Nôhime, or Atsuhime. LordAmeth 22:40, 3 December 2012 (PST)
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