Sab„o Spray -- Sailor Mercury's attack in which she uses mostly to distract the enemy, so that it can't see the senshi, 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 8, when Sailor Mercury appears. It is her first attack. "Sab„o" means "soap" in Portuguese. This attack is often incorrectly called Shabon Spray. In the Dic Dub, it is called "Mercury Bubbles Blast."
Sab„o Spray Freezing -- the powered up version of Sailor Mercury's Sab„o Spray. It is her second attack and first offensive attack, although not as powerful as some of the other senshi's attacks. With this, the Sab„o Spray freezes the target. Appears first in Episode 53. In the English DiC dub, it is called Mercury Ice Storm.
Saffer Crystal -- Galaxia's Sailor Crystal. It is known as the Crystal of Destruction, and is one of the most powerful Sailor Crystals in the galaxy, second only to the power of Sailor Moon's. Galaxia uses it to transform into her senshi form. It appears only in the manga. A variation of the name is "Sapphire Crystal."
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Sailor Change Star -- the name that Bandai gave collectively to both the henshin microphone and the brooch that the three Starlights use in their henshins. The henshi microphone materializes on the Starlights' faces and serves the same purpose as henshin sticks. It disappears when the henshin is completed. It also appears in their first live concert in Tokyo, their appearance in the opening credits, and in their introductory speeches. The brooch is worn on the outside of the Sailor fuku. It is a gold star with wings. In the anime, it seems to be only decoration, but in the notes from the Materials Collection artbook, Naoko Takeuchi stated that the Starlights' Sailor Crystals were held inside the brooch, and it protects and encases them, so it serves the same purpose of the brooches that Sailor Moon wears.
Sailor Crystals -- In the manga, guardian soldier who protects the planets possesses a special starseed called a Sailor Crystal. Starseeds are the life force of individuals - they are the "soul" of a person. Starseeds are born in the Galaxy Cauldron, but some of these starseeds develop into Sailor Crystals, which grow into planets and guardians for those planes. Because each planet can have only one Sailor Crystal, each planet has only one senshi. Sailor Crystals enable senshi to tranform, and give them their powers. When Sailor Soldiers die, they can be reborn as long as their Sailor Crystal exists. The Crystal returns to the Galaxy Cauldron to be reborn, so that Crystals are inside each senshi at birth. Sailor Crystals are not mentioned in the anime. It is only said in the anime that senshi have "true" starseeds which don't turn black when removed and continue to glow for all time. See also: Starseeds.
Sailor Earth -- There really is no Sailor Earth. Naoko said that only females can be senshi. If Mamoru was female, he would be Sailor Earth, but he not, so there is no Sailor Earth. He does, however, control the starseed that represents Earth, and he is the protector and guardian of the Earth, hence he is the closest to a Sailor Earth as you will find.
Sailor Moon Body Slam -- An attack used by Sailor Moon in which she slams her body against the opponent. It was used on Cooan.
Sailor Moon Kick -- an offensive attack of Sailor Moon's that appears first in episode 17. She uses it mainly to surprise the opponent. This is a physical attack in which she performs a flying jump kick at the adversary.
Sailor Moon Says -- an addition to the end of the show made for the American dub version using existing scenes from the show, including scenes which were sometimes cut for time or other reasons. These short segments were added because it is required that the show have some educational content. In each segment, Sailor Moon and the Scouts tell what they learned in the day's episode or some reminder of good behaviour or cleanliness. Sailor Moon Says was NOT part of the original.
Sailor Power Guardians -- each planetary sailor soldier in the Solar System has a Sailor Power Guardian. These small guardians appear in Act 41 when the senshi are transformed into their princess forms. They tell the senshi to ask for power from each of their palaces to give to the Holy Grail, and with their power, they were able to destroy Nehellenia and Zirconia entirely. The names of the individual Guardians are Guardian Mars, Guardian Pluto, etc.
Sailor Pretty -- Incorrect name used to refer to Sailor Buri, who appeared in episode 173 and was originally the actress Alice Itsuki. See also: Sailor Buri, Alice Itsuki.
Sailor Quartetto -- the manga only guardians of Sailor ChibiMoon. They were to sleep in their asteroids until the time came to protect her. However, Nehellenia awakens them prematurely to be the evil Amazones Quartetto. When they begin to regain their memories, Nehellenia trapped them in balls. After Nehellenia & Zirconia were defeated, Sailor Saturn asks Neo Queen Serenity to awaken them, when they become Sailor Juno, Sailor Ceres, Sailor Vesta, and Sailor Pallas. They appeared because Eternal Sailor Moon and ChibiMoon were losing protection as the the senshi were destroyed, and ChibiMoon was flickering in and out, since Mamoru was destroyed. They arrived and killed Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon. They also helped kill Chi and tried to help kill the evil senshi, but were knocked unconcious. They arrived at the Galaxy Cauldron just in time to see Sailor Moon disappear, and thought they had failed to protect her. However, Sailor Cosmos appeared and explained to them that Sailor Moon sacrificed herself to the cauldron, and that all senshi would be reborn and planets would be restored. They were then sent back into the future. The Sailor Quartetto are also sometimes incorrectly called the Asteroid Senshi.
Sailor Scouts -- The dub name for the entire group of Sailor Soldiers. In the Japanese original, they are called Sailor Senshi.
Sailor Senshi -- The entire Sailor team. The term means Sailor Fighters or Warriors. In the dub, they are called Sailor Scouts instead.
Sailor Star Yell -- The weapon that the three Starlights use in all of their attacks. It seems that the energy of the attacks comes from the Star Yell itself. It looks like a star with a red jewel in the middle and five smaller colored jewels near the five points of the star. It has wings on either side of the top point. It never appeared in the manga, only the anime. It was named in both the Deluxe Sailor Stars anime art book and on the packaging of Bandai's toy version. Sometimes simply called, "Star Yell."
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Sailor Wars -- A war that broke out throughout the entire universe in which the sailor soldiers fought against each other. Chaos had been wreaking havoc throughout the universe for years, and in the struggle to defeat it, many soldiers fell. A very powerful solider, Sailor Galaxia emerged. She felt that she was the only one strong enough to defeat Chaos, and the only way she felt she could control it was to seal it within her body. It soon took over her body, but before being completely overtaken, she sent away her starseed, the Light of Hope. Galaxia, now completely under the influence of Chaos, began her quest for domination of the universe. The Sailor Wars are only really mentioned in the anime.
Sammy -- [North America] Serena's annoying little brother. He has a mortal fear of cats, especially Luna, but after Sailor Moon saves him and tells him how much she loves Luna, he is alright with them. He idolizes Sailor Moon as well as Sailor V, and his girlfriend's name is Mika. In the Japanese original, he is known as Shingo Tsukino.
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Sapphire -- one of the members of the Dark Moon Family. He is not as power-hungry as the other members of the family; he is much more cautious. He believes that Diamond's obsession with Serena will harm the family and the mission. He tries to sabotoge Wiseman's plans, and manages to escape Tokyo, where he is found by the healed Black Moon Sisters. We see that he and Prizma are in love, but he leaves her to tell his brother, Diamond, about Wiseman's plans. However, he is killed by Wiseman before he can reveal the truth. Diamond is hurt by his death because he will never be able to fulfill a promise made to Sapphire that one day they will see flowers on Earth and live there. Sapphire is 5'10", with blue/black hair and blue eyes. In the original, his name is Saphir.
Sapphire Crystal -- A variation of "Saffer Crystal." Please see that entry for more information.
Sara -- the English name that was originally proposed for Sailor Jupiter in her civilian form. However, the name decided upon for her was Lita. In the Japanese original, she is called Makoto Kino.
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Scouts -- the sailor team of warriors, known in the original as 'senshi'. Includes Sailor Mars, Venus, Mercury, etc., and extends to even the animamates and Sailor Galaxia.
Sea of Serenity -- This is where the Moon Castle is located, on the moon. It is near the Sea of Tranquility. Sometimes referred to as Mare Serenitatis.
Sea of Tranquility -- Near the Sea of Serenity, on the moon, where the Moon Castle in located.
Sendai Hill -- the place that the Hikawa Jinja Shrine is located.
Senshi -- another word for the Sailor team of warriors, known in the dub as 'scouts'. Includes Sailor Mars, Venus, etc., and extends to even the animamates and Sailor Galaxia.
Serena -- the DiC name given to Usagi Tsukino, the main character of the series, who also transforms into Sailor Moon. She has blonde pigtails. See also: Usagi Tsukino, Sailor Moon.
Sergei Asimov -- a respected physicist who appeared in episode 120. The Witch Mimete thought that he looked cool, and sent the daimon U Pasokon to extract his Heart Crystal. After Mimete interrupted the lecture he was giving at the Infinity Academy and used her Charm Buster attack to render the entire audience unconscious, his Heart Crystal was extracted. See also: U Pasokon.
Service Ace Thunder Highkyuun -- an attack used by the daimon Highkyuun in episode 100 in which she would wind up and serve her energy volleyballs at very high speeds, though a skilled player could, with effort counter this attack by receiving it. Sailor Venus was able to counter the attack using her own "Flying Somersault Receive" attack.
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Seven Mart -- Seven Mart is a 24-hour convenience store located near Studio Dive in episode 021. Kazuko Tadashita visits the store in order to buy some food for herself and her friend Hiromi Matsuno.
Shadow Galactica -- Galaxia's empire. The main base of the empire was located at Zero Star Sagittarius in the center of the universe, and it stretched to include everything that was under Galaxia's control, which was about 80% by the time she reached earth. Shadow Galactica is only mentioned in the manga - the anime never gives a name to Galaxia's empire. It is, however, mentioned in Galaxia's image song, which was written by the creator of the series, Naoko Takeuchi.
Shabon Spray -- an incorrect way of saying the name of Sailor Mercury's Sab„o Spray attack. "Sab„o" means "soap" in Portuguese. For information on this attack, please see Sab„o Spray.
Shabon Spray Freezing -- an incorrect way of saying the name of Sailor Mercury's Sab„o Spray Freezing attack. "Sab„o" means "soap" in Portuguese. For information on this attack, see Sab„o Spray Freezing.
Shadow Bee -- Drama play only. She is the alternate form of Sailor Theta.
Shadow Bug -- Drama play only. She is the alternate form of Sailor Chi.
Shadow Mantris -- Drama play only. She is the alternate form of Sailor Phi.
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Shape Ray -- a weight-loss treatment offered by Gym Shapely in episode 004. Both the gym and the Shape Ray are actually energy-draining plots formulated by Jadeite. With the promise of great weight loss, victims step into pods where their energy is drained. Victims do lose weight, but after a few "treatments," they will lose all of their energy and die. Naru, Haruna-sensei, and two of Usagi's classmates are known victims of the Shape Ray (although they did not die). Eventually, Sailor Moon manages to stop the energy-draining plot at Gym Shapely.
Sharp Pen -- the name of one of the fountain pens that the daimon U Henshuu uses in episode 113. She calls out the name of the pen, then throws it at her opponent. This pen is also called Kabura Pen. The other pens are Round Pen and G-Pen (Water Pen).
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Shine Aqua Illusion -- Sailor Mercury's third attack, after Shabon Spray and Shabon Spray Freeze. Mercury gathers energy from a single drop of water falling to the ground, and spins around, conjuring up water. She guides the water through the air with her left hand, and then shoots the massive column of water it at the opponent, surrounding the him or her in water or freezing him into a solid block of ice. First appears in Episode 62.
Shine Snow Illusion -- An attack used by Sailor Mercury in the second arc against Berthier. It is similar to Shine Aqua Illusion, except that it uses snow instead of water. It appears first in manga act 14, volume 4.
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Shinobu Adachi -- seiyuu for the daimon U Henshuu, who appeared in episode 113.
Shitennou - the term used to refer to the "four sky kings." These kings are Kunzite, Jadeite, Zoisite, and Nephrite. In the past, they protected Prince Endymion in the manga and were later called upon by Queen Metallia and Queen Beryl to do their bidding.
Shun Hayase -- a famous record-holding Japanese high-jump athlete who appeared in episode 117. He was adored by Mimete, and became the Witch's target. The daimon U Ndoukai was sent to extract his Heart Crystal. See also: U Ndoukai.
Shutter Chance! -- the attack phrase used by the phage Sailor Gekisha in episode 175. Screaming out the phrase, she hits a button on a camera that is attached to her arm and sends a beam of energy flying towards her opponent. Eternal Sailor Moon narrowly misses the attack, but Sailor Venus is hit by it (though she is ultimately left unharmed). Sailor Gekisha also uses this attack on the Starlights, who avoid it.
Silent Glaive -- Sailor Saturn's staff. The glaive is a long stick with a blade on the top, and is extremely dangerous and powerful. She uses this in all three of her attacks, Death Reborn Revolution, Silence Wall, and Silent Glaive Surprise.
Silent Glaive Apply -- Incorrect term used for Silent Glaive Surprise, one of Sailor Saturn's attacks. The katakana characters clearly approximate "surprise."
Silent Glaive Surprise -- Sailor Saturn's attack. She lifts her glaive above her head yelling, "Silent Glaive!!..." and drops it yelling, "SURPRISE!," which causes an earthquake. Silent Glaive Surprise is sometimes incorrectly called "Silent Glaive Apply," but the katakana characters clearly approximate "surprise" rather than "apply." It produces a moment of silence, then proceeds to destroy everything. It appeared first in the anime in episode 172, and in the manga in act 39, volume 14 of the manga.
Silence Wall -- Sailor Saturn's attack in which she yells "Silence Wall!," causing an energy wall to come from her Silent Glaive. This wall shields her and whomever else she wants to protect from any attack - it has even been able to stop Nehellenia and Galaxia's attacks. In the anime, Silence Wall is sometimes called "Silent Wall," but in the manga, it is only called "Silence Wall."
Silent Wall -- Sailor Saturn's attack in which she yells "Silent Wall!," causing an energy wall to come from her Silent Glaive. This wall shields her and whomever else she wants to protect from any attack - it has even been able to stop Nehellenia and Galaxia's attacks. It is sometimes also called "Silence Wall" in the anime, but in the manga, it is only "Silence Wall." It appeared first in the anime in episode 172, and in the manga in act 39, volume 14.
Silver Moon Crystal Eternal Power -- Eternal Sailor Moon's power used in Volume 18, Act 52 which causes the sailor crystals from inside the Galaxy Cauldron to fly out in all directions at Chaos until it breaks apart.
Silver Moon Crystal Power Kiss -- The power that Eternal Sailor Moon receives from Sailor Chibi Chibi. It is an upgrade from Starlight Honeymoon Therapy Kiss. Feathers fly around her as she spins three times and attacks. It first appears in episode 187 of the anime.
Silver Moon Crystal Power Therapy Kiss -- The attack that Eternal Sailor Moon uses in Volume 18, Act 50 to disintegrate the eight senshi that were under Galaxia's control.
Sit Spin Kick -- An attack used by the youma Janelyn and Misha in episode 039 against Sailor Moon and Endymion.
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Soft Ice Cream Shop Bob Floy -- an ice cream shop in the Azabu Juuban district of Minato-ku in Tokyo, which was located on one of the Crystal Points of the future city of Crystal Tokyo. The droid Nipasu was summoned by Berthier in episode 62 and assigned to corrupt the ice cream shop. She assumed human form and masqueraded as a saleswoman there, selling ice cream designed to induce negative emotions and feelings of thermophobia in the consumers, driving them to purchase more of it. Eventually, after eating enough, they would become frozen with a solid block of ice. It seems that the name "Bob Floy" is a play on the name of the famous chef "Bobby Flay." See also: Nipasu.
Space Edge -- the name of the dance club that Seiya takes Usagi to on their date in the anime. The name can be read from a sign above the bar.
Space Sword Blaster -- Sailor Uranus's attack that is used when she first gets her Space Sword in the anime. In the manga, she already had the Space Sword and used this attack alternately with World Shaking. She shouts it to attack and the sword grows and begins to glow with golden yellow energy. She either uses it as a conventional sword or throws a blast of energy from it at her target. It is more powerful than World Shaking. It first in the manga in appears in act 32, volume 9.
Space Turbulence -- Sailor Uranus's second attack in the manga. It first appears in act 43, volume 16.
Sparkling Wide Pressure -- Sailor Jupiter's third attack, which appears in Japanese episode 65. Thunderbolts strike the lightning rod in her tiara, and the energy from these thunderbolts becomes compacted into a highly charged and destructive orb of energy inside her folded hands, which she then throws at her opponent. This attack is very powerful, and can stun or destroy an enemy, and can even be performed while running. It is her main attack during the R and S seasons. In the DiC dub, it is known as Jupiter Thunderclap Zap. It first appears in act 15, volume 04 of the manga.
Spiral Heart Moon Rod -- the ornate scepter used by Sailor Moon which appears first in episode 91. It has a long pink shaft topped with a yellow bow, a red and gold heart-shaped head with a crystal in the center, and a small crown on the very top. It was formed from a combination of both Usagi and Mamoru's love and her determination to save both him and the senshi from the daimon Nekonelle by fighting alongside them, the desire which gave birth to the Cosmic Heart Compact. It was originally used as a weapon in her Moon Spiral Heart Ache, and later used to evoke a secondary transformation into Super Sailor Moon to perform the more powerful Spiral Moon Heart Ache. Later in the series, exposure to Pegasus temporarily changed the Spiral Heart Moon Rod into the Kaleid Moon Scope, a transformation that was made permanent after he lent his power to both Sailor Moon and Sailor ChibiMoon so that they might protect beautiful dreams.
Spirit Sealing Bottle -- The bottle that is held by the Dummy in the second part of the Sailor Moon SuperS Special, "Haruka Michiru Futatabi! Bourei Ningyougeki" ("Haruka and Michiru Return! Ghostly Puppet Show"). The Ventriloquist tells Sailor Neptune that if the bottle is broken, the shadows of everyone in the world will attack their owners. Sailor Neptune knows that the ventriloquist is lying, and breaks the bottle in order to save Sailor Uranus.
Stallion Reve -- a ball on a pedestal which was given to ChibiUsa by Pegasus so that he could keep in touch with her. The ball glows, and a miniature Pegasus appears to talk with ChibiUsa.
Starlight Honeymoon Therapy Kiss -- Eternal Sailor Moon's attack in which she flip her rod above her head, and brings it back in front of her. She then spins around and uses it on the enemy, a phage. Feathers fly around the enemy and he or she is transformed back to his or her human form. It first appears in episode 168 of the anime, and Volume 15, Act 54. In the manga, it is first used to defeat Nehellenia.
Starlights Royal Straight Flush -- Sailor Kinmoku's attack where she shoots out cards. First used in Act 49
Starseeds -- the crystallized souls of individuals. Because everyone has a soul, everyone has a starseed. Starseeds give life force to a person. In the anime, when a person's starseed is removed, he or she either dies or quickly turns into a phage ("monster of the day"). Human starseeds turn black when removed from the body, and the only way they can be returned to the individual from whom they came is for that individual to be healed by either Kakyuu or Sailor Moon. Sailor Soldiers have "true" starseeds which when removed, rather than turn black, continue to glow for eternity. In the manga, every starseed is born in the Galaxy Cauldron. Some of these starseeds are different - they are called "Sailor Crystals," and they are special in that they grow into planets and the guardians of those planets. Sailor Crystals give senshi their powers and enable them to transform. See also: Sailor Crystals.
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Star Serious Laser -- the attack used by Sailor Star Fighter. There are three different versions of this same attack. In the first, she raises her arm in the air and a circle of stars appears. Beams of light gather in her hands, and she throws her hand in front of her, sending the laser beam at the target. In the second, she raises her star item and the stars gather in it from the circle. She throws her arm out in front of her and the beam of light is projected at the target. In the third version, she holds up her star item and throws her hand out in front of her, at which point the beam of light is projected at the target.
Star Yell -- The weapon that the three Starlights use in all of their attacks. It seems that the energy of the attacks comes from the Star Yell itself. It looks like a star with a red jewel in the middle and five smaller colored jewels near the five points of the star. It has wings on either side of the top point. It never appeared in the manga, only the anime. It was named in both the Deluxe Sailor Stars anime art book and on the packaging of Bandai's toy version. The correct name is the Sailor Star Yell.
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Stephanie Beard -- the English voice actress of Rini in the S and SuperS series. She was a DJ for a Toronto radio station with the name SugaBayBee, and is now at YTV as Sugar, co-host of The Zone. She has done animation voices for Franklin and appeared in an episode of The Red Green Show.
Stephanie Morgenstern -- the English voice actress for Sailor Venus/Mina in the first and second seasons.
Sticky Liquid -- a very sticky, fast-drying, greenish-yellow liquid that is fired from the top nozzle of Eudial's Fire Buster II weapon which appeared first in episode 111. The liquid was used to incapacitate Eudial's adversaries. See also: Fire Buster
Stone Crocco -- Sailor Titanium Kerokko is sometimes incorrectly called Stono Kerokko, Stone Crocco, or Stone Froggie.
Stone Froggie -- Sailor Titanium Kerokko is sometimes incorrectly called Stono Kerokko, Stone Crocco, or Stone Froggie.
Stone Kerokko -- Sailor Titanium Kerokko is sometimes incorrectly called Stono Kerokko, Stone Crocco, or Stone Froggie.
Stone Sword -- In the manga, the sword which the Inner Senshi found stuck into the ground on the moon. Sailor Venus was the only one who could pull it out, so it belongs to her. It is made out of petrified Silver Crystal - it is quite poisonous. It is also very strong - strong enough to chip diamonds - and Sailor Venus eventually uses it to kill Queen Beryl.
Submarine Reflection -- Super Sailor Neptune's attack using the Deep Aqua Mirror. It can either reveal the weakness in an enemy or blast them with energy. It first appears in manga act 31, volume 9.
Submarine Violon Tide -- Sailor Neptune's manga only attack. She uses her violin to create a dark energy toward the enemy. It first appears in manga act 43, volume 16.
Sun, Sailor -- Sailor Chaos is sometimes incorrectly called Sailor Sun.
Super Sonic Waves -- one of Sailor Moon's manga only attacks that was first used in Volume 01, Act 01. She uses her red hair pieces to create super sonic waves.
Super Supreme Thunder -- Sailor Jupiter's attack which appeared in episode 147. It is only used one time in the SuperS season, and is the intensified Supreme Thunder attack.
Super White Kick -- An attack used by Naruru Osaka and Ruruna Kobe when they dress as Sailor Senshi in Volume 17, ChibiUsa's Picture Diary #4, against greedy land developers who wish to destroy the Hammer Price Shrine (a local pawn shop). The two simply lunge at their opponent.
Supernatural Phenomena Group -- a group at T*A Private Girls' School of which Kotono Sarashina is the leader. The group tracks supernatural events such as UFOs and aliens. She asks Rei to join the group and tell fortunes. Rei is hesitant at first, but the girls eventually become friends.
Supreme Thunder -- Sailor Jupiter's first attack, which appears first in episode 25. She gathers electricity in the antenna on her tiara and sends it to kill of weaken her enemy. In the English dub of Sailor Moon, it is known as Jupiter Thunder Crash. It is first used in act 05, volume 01 of the manga without being named, but is later named in act 07, volume 02.
Supreme Thunder Dragon -- Sailor Jupiter's second attack, which appears first in Japanese episode 55. It is also known as Jupiter Thunder Dragon in the English version, and is only seen once, in Sailor Moon R. She gathers lightning and sends it towards the enemy in the shape of a dragon, which devours the youma. It was performed to eliminate a youma that had bound Sailor Moon and Sailor Mercury.
Susan Roman -- the English voice actress of Sailor Jupiter. She has also been a part of several other animated productions including Rock & Rule, Heavy Metal, and Cadillacs and Dinosaurs.
Suzu Nyanko -- The animamate Tin Nyanko's civilian form. She is disguised as an exchange student from Libya, and tries to befriend Usagi at school. She also disguises herself as a business woman and a repair woman. "Nyanko" means cat, or kitten. "Suzu" means "little bells".