Hikoboshi

Japanese - A Shinto sky-god. Also commonly referred to as Hikoboshi, Aquila, Aquila, Ch'ien Niu, Hikoboshi, Kengiu, Kengiu, Hikoboshi, Kengyu, Kengyu, Hikoboshi, Kengyu-sei, Kengyu-sei, Hikoboshi, Magpie Bridge, Magpie Bridge, magpie or Tanabata.
Japanese - An ox-herder. He fell in love with Tanabata and his ox wandered free, causing great damage. Tanabata's father caused them to be separated by a celestial river and they could meet only once a year when a flock of magpies formed a bridge over the river. In some accounts, known as Hikoboshi, Aquila, Aquila, Ch'ien Niu, Hikoboshi, Kengiu, Kengiu, Hikoboshi, Kengyu, Kengyu, Hikoboshi, Kengyu-sei, Kengyu-sei, Hikoboshi, Magpie Bridge, Magpie Bridge, magpie or Tanabata.

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