Maboroshi no Ginzuishou
Madame Rose -- the French name for Sakurada Haruna, the teacher of the inner senshi, including Bunny.
Madame Vadianne -- commonly used (but incorrect) term used to refer to Badianne
Maggie -- the English name that Kodansha proposed for Sailor Jupiter, in her civilian form. However, DiC, who actually dubbed the anime, gave her the name Lita. In the Japanese original, her name is Makoto Kino.
Magician of Acrobatic Feats
Magician of Balancing Balls
Magician of Beasts
Magician of Flowers
Magnus -- Kaolinite's title in the Mixx/Tokyopop English translation of the manga. The word means "Large" in Latin. In the original Japanese version, Kaolinite's title is Magus, which identifies her as a sorcerer or magician.
Magus -- Kaolinite's title in the original Japanese version of the manga. This title identifies her as a sorcerer or magician. In the Mixx/Tokyopop English translation of the manga, Kaolinite is called "Magnus."
Maker Star Power, Make Up! -- The phrase that Kou Taiki yells to transform into Sailor Star Maker. It is this phrase that transforms him into his true female form, and into her senshi form.
Mako-chan -- The nickname given to Makoto Kino, who is also known as Sailor Jupiter.
Malachite -- The last of the four generals of the Negaverse to appear, he was paired with the brainwashed Prince Endymion, and he was killed near D-point, where the Dark Kingdom was located. He attempted to send the senshi back in time, but Sailor Moon reflected one of his attacks back to his heart. In the Japanese original, he is known as Kunzite, and he is in love with Zoisite, who is a man in the original, but female in the English version.
Mamore koi no melody! Usagi ha cupid
Mamoru Chino -- the name originally to be given to Makoto Kino (NA: Lita). It appears in the Volume Infinity artbook on page 83 in a project proposal document.
Marc -- [French] the French name for Umino Gurio, known as Melvin in the English version. He is a friend of the main character (Usagi's, Bunny's).
Marcy -- [French] the French name for Makoto Kino, who becomes Sailor Jupiter. She is also known as Lita in the DiC dub.
Mare Serenitas -- The incorrect spelling of Mare Serenitatis that was used in the Mixx/Tokyopop English translation of the manga. Mare Serenitas literally means "sea serenity," while the correct spelling, Mare Serenitatis, means "sea of serenity." For more information on this subject, please see "Mare Serenitatis."
Maria Kawamura -- the voice actress of Eudial from Sailor Moon S. Her birthday is 21 November, her blood type is AB, and she is part of the band The Ripple. Some of her other roles include Shadow Girl A and Chida Mamiya from Shoujo Kakumei Utena, Tamasaburou from Saber Marionette J, Ifuriita from El Hazard, and Naaga from Slayers.
Marimo Balls -- Marimo balls are are a rare, spherical growth form of green algae. They famously grow in Lake Akan in Hokkaido. In episode 032, the youma Akan (named after Lake Akan) threw marimo balls at his victims. Once the balls hit their targets, they expanded in order to engulf them and ultimately suffocate them. Fortunately, no one suffocated because Sailor Moon was able to heal Akan, causing the marimo balls to disappear.
Marine Cathédrale -- a church with a foreboding appearance which is still under construction somewhere off the coast of Tokyo and accessible from the mainland only by helicopter or an elevated roadway. Eudial chose it to be the site of her final confrontation with Sailor Neptune and Sailor Uranus, and called the two Outer Senshi to it after she discovered that they were the holders of the talismans she had been searching for. She set booby traps throughout the entire church with specially designed wall panels, some of which were rigged to fire darts at anyone other than herself who tried to cross the large stone bridge to the chapel, and others which she could control the movements of with a modified table football table game.
Mark -- the English name that Kodansha proposed for Tuxedo Mask [Tuxedo Kamen], in his civilian form. However, DiC, who actually dubbed the anime, gave him the name Darien. In the Japanese original, his name is Mamoru Chiba.
Mars Crystal Power, Make Up!
The phrase Rei Hino uses to transform into Super Sailor Mars, using her Crystal Change Rod. It appears first in episode 152.
Mars Flame Sniper -- One of Sailor Mars's attacks. She holds her hand out in front of her, and the Sailor Mars symbol appears in her palm. Flames shoot out of her hand and become a large bow and arrow of fire. She shoots the arrow at the target, engulfing it in flames. It appears first in episode 152 of the anime, and act 36, volume 12 of the manga.
Mars Power, Make Up!
The phrase Rei Hino uses to transform into Sailor Mars, using her transformation pen. It appears first in episode 10.
Mars Snake Fire -- One of Sailor Mars's attacks, from the manga only. Sailor Mars crosses her hands under her chin and a firey snake rises above her head. It destroys the enemy. It appears first in act 25, volume 08.
Mars Star Power, Make Up!
The phrase Rei Hino uses to transform into Sailor Mars, using her Star Power Stick. It appears first in episode 63.
Martina Navratilova -- Martina Navratilova is a Czechoslovakian tennis champion who Sailor Moon mentions in episode 014. Sailor Moon says that the youma Tesunii's misuse of tennis for evil deeds would probably even make the Navratilova cry.
Maruo Tomoko -- Seiyuu for the child Fiore and the daimon Todeen.
Marzio - [Italian] the name given to Mamoru Chiba, who transforms into Tuxedo Kamen, in the Italian dub. In the DiC dub, the name Darien is given.
Marzipannu Castle -- a castle that floats in the sky from the SuperS movie. It is the location to which Badianne and her faeries take the children they capture, where their dreams are stored. Badiane's chamber is located somewhere deep inside the castle. The giant boats that are used by Badiane and her cohorts are also docked their. The castle is surrounded by a dream cloud. The writers of the movie felt that the castle looked somewhat like a doughnut or baumkuchen (a type of German cake). The name of the castle seems to reference the Nutcracker ballet. In that story, the Marzipan Castle is located in the Land of Sweets. Marzipan is a confection that is often molded into decorative shapes, much like the strange shapes of the Marzipannu castle.
Masahiro Anzai -- Seiyuu for Red Battler, the cat from episode 31.
Masanori -- one of ChibiUsa's friends from her art school in episode 107, on whom she had a crush. However, he had a crush on Michiru. Eudial attacked him, but Sailor Moon, Chibi Moon, Neptune, and Uranus defeated the attacking daimon. Later he and ChibiUsa were walking home, and he presented her with a sculpture he had made of her in art class.
Master Pharaoh 90
Mathilda -- [French] the French name for Minako Aino, who becomes Sailor Venus. She is also known as Mina in the DiC dub.
Mau, Planet -- planet where most of the cats in Sailor Moon are from. Not much is known about it. Most of the citizens of Mau are intelligent, and many are guardians, however they may be forbidden from being so, because Tin Nyanko called Luna and Artemis traitors for abandoning Mau. Luna, Artemis, Tin Nyanko, and Sailor Mau are all from Planet Mau. The Sailor Crystal of Sailor Mau was stolen by Sailor Tin Nyanko for Galaxia
Mau, Sailor -- the senshi of the planet of Mau, where most of the cats in Sailor Moon are from. Tin Nyanko killed her and took her Sailor Crystal for Galaxia, because Galaxia promised her and Sailor Aluminum Seiren, Sailor Lead Crow, and Sailor Iron Mouse that they would soon gain their own Sailor Crystals and become 'real' Sailor Soldiers.
Maya Touno -- a skilled taiko player who appeared in episode 103. The taiko is a traditional Japanese drum, and Maya's specialty is the o-daiko, the giant sized version of the drum. Rei Hino, as a representative of the Juuban Matsuri promotion committee, was impressed by the talent of the young girl, and asked her if she would consider playing during the annual district-wide festival, certain that her talent would make the celebration a success. Although she was a little uncertain at first, Maya ended up accepting Rei's offer, and prepared by practicing for hours in order to keep her concentration sharp and her attention focused, even though she had volunteered to perform and wasn't being paid for her appearance. Because she displayed a pure heart in her complete dedication to the taiko, Eudial selected Maya as a potential carrier of one of the Talismans. To verify this, the young girl's Heart Crystal was extracted, but it was later returned when it was determined that it did not contain a Talisman. After recovering, Maya went on to perform at the Juuban Matsuri. Maya Touno had blue eyes and brown hair. She was in excellent health, and was very hard-worked and good-natured. Her seiyuu was Yoshino Takamori.
Meatball Head -- a name that Darien teasingly calls Serena. In the Japanese original, this was "Odango Atama," meaning "dumpling head."
Mercury Aqua Mirage -- Super Sailor Mercury's most powerful attack. It was shown ONLY in the movie special, "Ami-chan no Hatsukoi". She used it to destroy the evil spirit, Bonnone (Bonne), that was sending her love letters. A swirling stream of water forms a sphere, which she guides in an arc with her right hand, finally causing it to drop and splash at her feet. It then swirls around her body. She then raises her arms above her head and thrusts them in front of her, sending forth a large column of water that divides into smaller columns, which seek out the opponent and strike, forming a glowing sphere around the enemy, which suddenly explodes in a huge wave of water, revealing the target - who is now just a mass of water - who then explodes also.
Mercury Aqua Rhapsody -- Super Sailor Mercury's attack in which she plays a harp. Water shoots from the harp, and hits the enemy. Appears first in Episode 151. In the manga, it appears first in act 35, volume 12.
Mercury Bubbles, Blast! -- Sailor Mercury's attack in which she uses mostly to distract the enemy, so that it can't see the soldiers, in order for another soldier to use a more forceful attack to destroy it. She summons bubbles in the air and shoots them at the enemy, leaving a bubbly mist that can't be seen through. First appeared in episode 5, when Sailor Mercury appears. It is her first attack. In the Japanese original, it is called Sabão Spray.
Mercury Crystal Power, Make Up -- Sailor Mercury's third transformation, first used in Episode 151. She uses a new henshin pen in this one. The pen emits a blue light that engulfs everything, and Ami turns into Sailor Mercury.
Mercury Ice Storm -- the powered up version of "Mercury Bubbles, Blast". It is her second attack and first offensive attack, although not as powerful as some of the other soldiers' attacks. With this, she not only releases bubbles that obstruct the enemy's field of vision, but she freezes the target. In the Japanese original, it is called Sabão Spray Freezing
Mercury Power, Make up! -- Sailor Mercury's first transformation, used first in Episode 8. Ribbons twirl around her, and there is a ripple effect. In the manga, it is first used in act 03, volume 01.
Mercury Star Power, Make Up! -- Sailor Mercury's second transformation, used first in Episode 62. Blue stars spin around her, she spins around, ribbons surround her, and she ends posing in front of a blue Mercury symbol.
Mermaid, Planet -- the planet where Aluminum Seiren is from. Almost nothing is known about it. The Sailor Crystal of Sailor Mermaid was stolen by Sailor Aluminum Seiren for Galaxia because Galaxia promised Sailor Aluminum Seiren, Sailor Tin Nyanko, Sailor Lead Crow, and Sailor Iron Mouse that they would soon gain their own Sailor Crystals and become 'real' Sailor Soldiers.
Mermaid, Sailor -- the senshi of the planet of Mermaid. Aluminum Seiren killed her and took her Sailor Crystal for Galaxia, because Galaxia promised Sailor Aluminum Seiren, Sailor Tin Nyanko, Sailor Lead Crow, and Sailor Iron Mouse that they would soon gain their own Sailor Crystals and become 'real' Sailor Soldiers.
Metal Senshi -- a fan-created term used to describe the Animamates, Galaxia's minions from the Stars season. For more information, see "Animamates"
Meteorological Agency -- A fictional government agency that was mentioned in episode 045. This agency was responsible for monitoring the strange sun activity that occurred around the time of Queen Metallia's awakening, as well as all of the strange natural phenomena which it caused around the globe: earthquakes, hurricanes, and volcanic eruptions.
Michelle -- the DiC name given to Michiru Kaioh, who transforms into Sailor Neptune. She has wavy shoulder-length blue-green hair. Amara is her cousin, but in the Japanese original, the two are lovers. See also: Michiru Kaioh, Sailor Neptune.
Michelle  - [Italian] the name given to Ann, one of the two aliens who appeared during the Sailor Moon R season, in the Italian dub.
Michiko Neya -- the seiyuu for Dai Heart, the daimon who appeared in episode 95.
Midnight Zero -- Midnight Zero was a write-in radio show that aired on FM No. 10 and was hosted by J. Dite, one of Jadeite's disguises. It appeared only in episode 003, and it was part of one of Jadeite's schemes to steal energy from humans. People were encouraged to write love letters and send them in to the show. The writers of the letters read on air would receive a special flower brooch created by the youma Flow. The brooch would drain its wearer of energy. Eventually, the show became so popular that there was a "sleeping sickness" epidemic in Tokyo due to the large number of brooches that came into circulation. Although the program aired at midnight each night, the officials at the radio station insisted that it did not exist, and the newspapers showed that another program was meant to appear at that time. This information aided Usagi and Luna in discovering that the show was a Dark Kingdom plot to steal energy. See also: FM. No 10, Flow
Midorikawa Hikaru -- Seiyuu for the adult Fiore.
Mika Cassidy -- Sammy Tsukino's girlfriend. She is in the same grade as Sammy, and is a very skilled doll maker. Her name in the Japanese original is Mika Kayama.
Mimi Hanyu -- The name Mimete uses in the manga when in disguise as a human. She is an idol singer attending Mugen Gakuen School, and gives a concert at the same time as Michiru. Sailor Venus tries to stop her, but she tricks her into thinking that singing is more important than being a senshi. She almost took all the energy from the people there, but was killed by Sailor Uranus's World Shaking attack.
Mimi Ohara -- the wife of Kurahiko Ohara and mother of An Ohara, who was the owner of the cat Nijizuishou carrier Rhett Buttler. He appeared in episode 31.
Mina -- the DiC name given to Minako Aino, who transforms into Sailor Venus. She has long blonde hair, halfway pulled back by a red bow. She also used to be Sailor V. See also: Minako Aino, Sailor Venus, Sailor V.
Minato-ku Shiba Park Private Junior High -- the school that Minako Aino attended in all of the Sailor Moon seasons except Stars, where she moved up to Juuban High School.
Mirror Palais Dolly
Misa -- a young girl from episode 185. She had a serious illness that doctors in Japan were unable to treat, so a doctor from America named Dr. Gia flew to Tokyo to perform a life-saving operation on her. After her operation, the doctor attributed more of his success to her strength of will than to his own surgical skills. See also: Dr. Gia, Sailor Doctor
Mister Magic Pierrot
Mixx -- The translator of Sailor Moon manga into English. They have a bi-monthly magazine called "Tokyo Pop" and they release graphic novels in English for many anime series including Sailor Moon at the same size as the Japanese originals. At first they ran only the manga, but eventually, the magazine has been filled with many extra sections other than manga, and then the pages were compressed; you turn the pages sideways to read two original pages per Mixxzine page. The magazine then began using abbreviations (such as 'luv,' 'u,' and 'kewl,') and many readers felt like it was being marketed to preteens. Mixxzine was known for its many mistakes and Americanizations.
Miyabi Yoruno -- the name originally to be given to Rei Hino (NA: Raye). It appears on page 83 of the Volume Infinity artbook, in a project proposal document.
Mnemosyne, Planet -- the planet that Sailor Mnemosyne is from. It was threatened by Galaxia, and so Sailor Mnemosyne was forced to work together with Sailor Lethe for her.
Model ha Usagi? Youma camera no nessha
Molly -- the French name for Ami Mizuno, who becomes Sailor Mercury. She is also known as Amy in the DiC dub.
Monica -- the English name that Kodansha proposed for Sailor Venus, in her civilian form. However, DiC, who actually dubbed the anime, gave her the name Mina. In the Japanese original, her name is Minako Aino.
Monster of the Day -- a youma, cardian, daimon, lemures, phage, etc. They are 'monsters' that are set loose to capture the senshi by the main villains of each episode. They always end up either destroyed or healed. This is a fan-created term.
Moon Cosmic Power, Make-Up -- the phrase that Usagi Tsukino uses in Sailormoon S to transform into Sailor Moon. She uses the Cosmic Heart Compact, and this is her third transformation phrase. It first appears in episode 91 of the anime and Volume 07, Act 24 of the manga.
Moon Crystal Power -- The phrase that Sailor Moon says to heal the Ayakashi Sisters using the Ginzuishou. She also uses this phrase during her battle with Wiseman.
Moon Crystal Power, Make-Up -- The phrases Usagi Tsukino uses in Sailor Moon R to become Sailor Moon with the first compact which she received from Queen Serenity. It first appeared in episode 51 of the anime and Volume 04, Act 13 of the manga.
Moon Crisis, Make-Up -- the phrase that Usagi Tsukino says to transform into Super Sailor Moon. It first appears in episode 130 of the anime, and Volume 12, Act 34 of the manga.
Moon Eternal, Make-Up -- The phrase used to become Eternal Sailor Moon in the anime. It first appears in episode 168.
Moon Fairy Diana -- a proposed character for Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon who never actually appeared in the anime, manga, or drama, only in Art Book 6 (the Materials Collection) and the first Nayakashi Anime Album for the first season of the anime. The Art Book caption reads, "playful, talkative, impertinent, and cute female fairy. Fragile like a teardrop. She doesn't get along with Luna." A side note says that "her bottom always flutters," referring to her wings and the hem of her dress. She was to be found in the ruins of the Moon Kingdom, and when she was found, she would help the senshi in the first season, and guide them through the ruins of the Moon Kingdom. She should have been in Volume 3, Act 10 of the manga, but a fairy version of Queen Serenity took her place in both the anime and manga. She looks like Usagi, but has only the buns, not the pigtails. She wears a lacy yellow dress and no shoes, and has white wings. Also known Diana Fairy.
Moon Frisbee -- Sailor Moon's first attack in which she throws her tiara.
Moon Gorgeous Meditation -- Super Sailor Moon and Super Sailor ChibiMoon's combined attack in the SuperS season. It requires use of the Moon Kaleidoscope. After ChibiMoon calls on Pegasus, Moon uses the attack to destroy the enemy. It first appears in episode 128 of the anime, and Volume 12, Act 34 of the manga.
Moon Healing Escalation -- Sailor Moon's power that she uses to revert Nijizuishou carriers back to their human forms, thus "healing" them. It also initially works on evil Endymion. The Moon Stick is used for this power. It appears in episode 25 of the anime, and Volume 02, Act 07 of the manga. In the manga, it can be used on a wider variety of people.
Moon Power, Ni nare -- A phrase that Usagi Tsukino uses in order to transform into any form she chooses, allowing her to disguise herself and go places or follow people that she ordinarily could not. It requires the use of the disguise pen, which was give to her by Luna. Minako even uses it once to disguise herself as Sailor Moon. It first appears in episode 2 of the anime and Volume 1, Act 2 of the manga. It is used with more frequency in the manga than in the anime.
Moon Princess Contest -- The Moon Princess Contest was an annual contest which appeared in episode 038. Its fouth annual event was held during episode 038 at the Moonlight Course ski resort. Kunzite used the event in a plot to trap Sailor Moon and find out her true identity, knowing that she would be drawn to the contest. Of course, Usagi and Rei decided to participate. The hostess of the contest, Saeko Yamamoto was brainwashed by Kunzite to work with him, and given special youma powers. Saeko used her powers to manipulate the landscape of the ski course and eliminate all of the contestants except for Usagi and Rei. After a brief battle between Saeko's youma form (as Blizzar) and the Sailor Senshi, Saeko was returned to normal. The winner of the contest was never announced.
Moon Princess Halation -- An attack used by Sailor Moon to blast away her enemies using the Cutie Moon Rod. It first appears in episode 51 of the anime and Volume 4, Act 14 of the manga.
Moon Prism Power, Make-Up -- The phrase Usagi Tsukino uses to become Sailormoon using the brooch that Luna gives her. This phrase first appears in episode 1 of the anime, and Volume 01, Act 01 of the manga.
Moon Spiral Heart Attack -- Sailor Moon's attack using the Spiral Heart Moon Rod. It creates a a spiral whirlwind of hearts that blasts into daimons. Just before a daimon is killed it shouts out, "Lovely!" It first appeared in episode 91 of the manga, and Volume 08, Act 25 of the manga.
Moon, Super Sailor -- Sailor Moon's second form that appears in Sailor Moon S and Sailor Moon SuperS. For more information on this character, please see the entry for Sailor Moon.
Moon Tiara Action -- Sailor Moon's first attack in which she throws her tiara like a frisbee at the youma, destroying it. Sometimes, it can be used in conjunction with the attacks of other senshi to become more powerful. It first appeared in episode 1 of the anime.
Moon Tiara Stardust -- One of Sailor Moon's attacks that appeared only once, in episode 5 of the anime. It is much like Moon Tiara Action, except that it sprinkles dust over children that are possessed by the chanela, healing them.
Moon Twilight Flash -- one of Sailor Moon's manga only attacks that is first used in Volume 01, Act 04. A bright light flashes from her tiara.
Moonlight Lady -- Moonlight Lady is an album featuring the music of jazz pianist Yusuke Amade, which appeared in episode 006. It has a picture of Sailor Moon on the front cover, and is dedicated to her. A message on the front cover reads, "For the young girl fighting for justice." Naru Osaka owns this CD.
Mosaic Buster -- The Witch Viluy's attack, which electrocutes her victims. It is about equal to Sailor Mercury's Aqua Mirage attack.
Moto Azabu Junior High School -- the Junior High school where Asanuma Ittou is a first year student.
Moto Azabu High School -- an elite High School for geniuses where Mamoru is in his Junior year at the beginning of the manga.
Motoki-onnisan -- the nickname given to Motoki Furuhata by Usagi Tsukino.
Mouton -- "Mouton" is the name of the pet shop that appears in episode 178. Yaten takes Luna to the shop to be bathed and groomed. A clerk there gives Luna a bath (which she doesn't enjoy!) and puts Luna in a dress and hat. Also at the pet shop is the annoying idol Noriko Okamachi, with her cat, Juliana. Later, Iron Mouse appears in the store and extracts Noriko's Star Seed, causing her to become Sailor Ojo.
Mugen Gakuen -- a school for the gifted owned by Professor Souichi Tomoe (Hotaru Tomoe's father) where Hotaru Tomoe, Michiru Kaioh, and Haruka Tenoh attend school up until the end of the Sailor Moon S series, when it is destroyed. It is also known as Infinity Academy, and is a very prestigious institute, where extremely gifted or genius students attend school. It is located in the Higashi Shinagawa district of Shinagawa-ku in Tokyo. Mugen Gakuen means "School of the witches," as stated by Michiru in volume 8, chapter 25.
My Deep Sea -- Sailor Neptune's attack in the ninth musical.
Mythology -- much of the character structure in Sailor Moon is representative of gods and goddesses from Greek, Roman, and Japanese mythology. Lethe, for example, is the River of Forgetfulness in Greek mythology, and in the manga of Sailor Moon, Lethe is a character who pushes Sailor Moon into the River of Oblivion to make her forget everything. Her sister, Mnemosyne, which, in Greek Mythology is the River of Memory, saves Sailor Moon and convinces Lethe to do the right thing. Also, many characters are true to the astrological signs assigned to them by the creator of Sailor Moon, with traits similar to those of people under the influence of a particular sign.