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1.
A Japanese pilot trained in World War II to make a suicidal crash attack, especially upon a ship.
From October 25, 1944, to January 25, 1945, Kamikazes managed to sink two escort carriers and three destroyers. They also damaged 23 carriers, five battleships, nine cruisers, 23 destroyers and 27 other ships. American casualties amounted to 738 killed and another 1,300 wounded as the result of those attacks.
od uživatele Japanese_Culture 25. Červenec 2011
 
2.
literally means "divine wind"
od uživatele Anonymous 22. Květen 2003
 
3.
An act Japanese figher pilots did in WW2 to destroy and target, by making themselves a weapon by colliding into the target, usually a ship.

One who searches for death in situations.

Kamikazier:One who does not care for own well being in fire-fights, wars, battles, and fistfights.

Kamikazier:An insane fighter who charges at enourmously unfavorable odds.

Sacrificing oneself to kill another.
The japanese kamikaze pilots are fanatical.

The japanese kamikaze pilots rammed six of our ships at Midway.

That man is willing to kamikaze his way through a battle.

That man is a kamikazier, he doesnt care how many people he is fighting, he acts as if its only one.
od uživatele konrad 12. Květen 2003
 
4.
A fountain drink composed of multiple random shots of soda from a self-service soda fountain. Due to the inherently chaotic nature of the drink's creation, no two kamikaze drinks are ever the same. Also called a suicide, since you take your life in your own hands when you make this drink.

Etymology: Named after the Japanese suicide pilots of WWII.
I'm going to the 7-11 to get a kamikaze. Want to be my designated driver?
od uživatele tomte 19. Květen 2004
 
5.
Used as an interjection after making fun of someone else at the expense of yourself (Like the Japanese "Kamikaze" suicide missions of WWII).
Brendon: Man, I'm tired.
Brett: Must be from hooking up with that dude last night.
Brendon: Yeah... You wore me out. Kamikaze!
od uživatele Ironlen 21. Srpen 2010
 
6.
The name of a tempest which wrecked a mongol fleet (led by a descendant of Genghis Khan) that tried to invade Japan. The name lends itself to a sqaud of Japanese WWII pilots who had very little training, so were just told to load up with explosives and crash into vessels. Although a number of European warships were attacked by Kamikaze, the steel decks meant that the attacks were ineffective.
Self-sacrifice was a last ditch attempt to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
od uživatele Kung-fu Jesus 27. Červenec 2004
 
7.
Suicide Attack

Derived from WWII; when japanese suicide fighter/bomber pilots would fly their airplanes directly to American warships, often crippling them or destroying this. They believed there was honor in this.
You got to be careful for those Kamikaze before they blow our ship up
od uživatele AC 23. Duben 2004