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|Look up Tsunami, tsunami, or tsunâmi in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.|
A tsunami is an unusually powerful series of water waves, a prominent recent example being:
Tsunami may also refer to:
- Satoshi Tsunami (born 1961), Japanese football (soccer) coach and former international player
- Tsunami, a nickname of Takeru Kobayashi, a Japanese competitive eater
Comics and animation
- Tsunami, a minor character in Naruto
- Tsunami (DC Comics), a DC Comics character
- Tsunami (Marvel Comics), an imprint of Marvel Comics
- Tsunami (Tenchi Muyo!), a character in Tenchi Muyo!
- Tsunami (band), a 1990s indie-rock band from Virginia
- Tsunami (California band), a heavy metal band formed in 1983
- Tsunami (album), containing ten tracks picked by Tsunami Tranceport
- Sŵnami, a Welsh pop group
- "Tsunami" (DVBBS and Borgeous song)
- "Tsunami" (Manic Street Preachers song)
- "Tsunami" (Southern All Stars song)
- "Tsunami", a song by Prozzäk
- "Tsunami", a song by Steriogram
- "Tsunami", a song by Jimi Tenor
- "Tsunami", a song by Katy Perry from Witness
- Tsunami Soaker, a "Twist 'N Splash" water ride at Six Flags St. Louis.
- The Penguin Ride, formerly Tsunami Soaker, a "Twist 'N Splash" water ride at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom.
Tradenames and similar
- Tsunami, a fragrance of the Axe brand.
- Tsunami 100, a trademarked brand name for a chemical made by Ecolab
- Tsunami (MPEG encoder), an MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 software encoder
- Tsunami Games, an American software house
- NOAA National Tsunami Warning Center
- NOAA Pacific Tsunami Warning Center
- NOAA Center for Tsunami Research
- Tsunami puzzle, also called a Nonogram, or "Paint by numbers" puzzle
- Tsunami (roller coaster), a roller coaster at the San Marcos National Fair in Mexico
- Tsunami UDP Protocol, a computer networking protocol
- Wings of Change Tsunami, an Austrian paraglider design
- Tsunami (comics), a set index article
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