Dear Maid Boy, A BL fiction I created in comic form years ago. Kichirou Ryuu is a boy with a nice face who grew up quickly following what happened to his parents. Ichirou Isamu is his name. He has two sisters, but this is more of a love and drama story between Ryuu and Isamu. Enjoy!
The Class President is a Maid! is a romantic comedy and shoujo anime based on Hiro Fujiwara's manga. There are a total of 26 episodes, the first of which aired in April 2010. The primary female heroine, Ayuzawa Misaki, is the focus of Kaichou wa Maid-Sama!
Takumi is mostly Japanese, having come from a Japanese mother. But his father is actually British and is part of a noble family in Britain. This makes Takumi 1/4 British in his genetic makeup. He doesn't really do much with this background, since he lives in Japan.
To be clear, this anime isn't yaoi/bl/shounen-ai/etc. , but there are indications of it, which you can interpret as fanservice since it most likely is. The main character, Haruhi Suzumiya, is a famous high school girl who lives in a fictional city called Tokyo. She's rich and powerful, but also arrogant and snobby. She has a group of friends consisting of male and female students from various countries including Japan, America, England, and France.
Haruhio meets a new student named Mikuru Asahina at her entrance ceremony into Suzumia High School. He appears to be a genius with psychic powers, but also seems kind of sad overall. When Haruhi sees this, she decides to take him under her wing and help him learn how to live life properly. This makes Mikuru happy and he develops a crush on Haruhi. However, things get complicated when Haruhi starts dating Koizumi, a popular guy who used to date Mikuru's sister Yuki. Will Haruhi ever realize that she should stop taking care of others and start taking care of herself?
Princess Princess is a manga written by Aneko Yusagi about a princess who lives in a magical world where people worship her as a goddess.
Hiro Fujiwara's manga series Hui Chang (hameidoYang!, Hepburn: Kaicho wa Meido-sama!, "The Class President Is a Maid!") is set in Japan and tells the story of Hana, a Chinese high school student who lives with her uncle after her parents were killed by a drunk driver. She has no memory of them.
The English translation of the first volume was published by Viz Media in January 2006. A second volume was released in June 2006. A third volume was released in November 2006. A fourth volume was released in February 2007. A fifth volume was released in April 2007. A sixth volume was released in August 2007. A seventh volume was released in October 2007. An eighth volume was released in February 2008. A ninth volume was released in May 2008. A tenth volume was released in August 2008.
Maid Sama is written in Japanese and uses many Japanese words and phrases. However, it also contains elements from other languages including Chinese, French, and Spanish. The main character is a Chinese girl named Hana. She lives in Japan and goes to a Japanese high school. The other characters are all Japanese people. There are also some American characters such as Mark Rothko and John F. Kennedy in the story.
Maiduna, the younger brother of one's wife. The younger brother of one's husband the husband of one's younger sister a lover; a well-liked chap, a good-looking person.
These words will help you understand this term better: maid, wife, sister. A maid is a woman who is not married or who has been divorced. Your wife is the person you marry (or at least officially recognize as your spouse). Your sister is the woman who shares your father's name and lives with your family.
In modern usage, "maid" also means a female servant or housekeeper.
So, maidunah means "the younger brother of one's husband" or "a lover."
Maiduns were famous poets and musicians in ancient India. They were often employed by kings to praise their talents and then sometimes even sacrificed themselves to amuse the gods during religious ceremonies.
Here are some other terms that may help you understand this word: maul (masculine) & mow (neuter); mihi (my) and dulcis arbor (a sweet tree).
Maidunah is used to describe someone who is young, tender, and innocent.