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- How is the wind related to illness? 2 answers
I know the word "kaze" means "wind", but recently I was watching a Dragon Ball Super episode and the character 18 after sneezing says something that sounds like "kaze ka" when talking to herself. Does "kaze" also mean "a cold" or something like that in Japanese? When I look to translate "cold" to Japanese it translates it as "コールド" which sounds like an adaptation of that English word but it doesn't translate to "kaze". Also, does it have another meaning besides these possible 2?