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A

Aiden Avalon: Fujitaka's name in Cardcaptors.
Andrew Francis: The voice of Zachary in Cardcaptors.
ANZA: Artist of Tobira wo Akete— the second opening theme of Cardcaptor Sakura.
Arika: A Japanese company that helped create Cardcaptor Sakura video games.
Ashita e no Melody: One of the theme songs of Cardcaptor Sakura: The Sealed Card. This song is performed by CHAKA and translates to "Melody to Tomorrow."

B

Bandai: A Japanese toy company that produces Cardcaptor Sakura merchandise.
Bandai Visual: A Japanese animation studio that helped create Cardcaptor Sakura.
Bill Switzer: The voice of Eli Moon in Cardcaptors.
Blue as the Sky: One of the theme songs of Cardcaptor Sakura: The Sealed Card. This song is performed by CHAKA.
Bozu: An informal way of referring to a boy. It translates to "kid" or "squirt."
Brian Drummond: The voice of Aiden Avalon in Cardcaptors.

C

Cardcaptors: The name of Cardcaptor Sakura in America, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand.
Carly McKillip: The voice of Sakura Avalon in Cardcaptors.
Catch You Catch Me: The first opening theme of Cardcaptor Sakura. This song is performed by Gumi.
Cerberus: The guardian of the Clow Cards and the true form of Kero.
-chan: A common honorific for young girls. It may also be used for pets, young boys, and lovers.
CHAKA: Artist of Ashita e no Melody and Blue as the Sky— two theme songs of Cardcaptor Sakura: The Sealed Card.
Chelsea: Chiharu's name in Cardcaptors.
Chiharu Mihara: One of Sakura's many school friends. She has been dating Yamazaki since kindergarten.
Chihiro: Artist of Honey— the second ending theme of Cardcaptor Sakura.
CLAMP: The four-woman group that created Cardcaptor Sakura. This group consists of: Satsuki Igarashi, Nanase Ohkawa, Mick Nekoi, and Mokono Apapa.
Clow Book: The book that protects and holds the Clow Cards.
Clow Card: The enchanted cards that escaped from the Clow Book. There are 52 in all... or is it 53?
Clow Key: Unlocks the Clow Book as well as transforms into the Clow Wand.
Clow Reed: The sorcerer who created the Clow Cards and its guardians.
Clow Wand: Derives from the Clow Key and is capable of sealing and using the power of the Clow Cards.
Colin Murdock: The voice of Spinner Sun and Spinner in Cardcaptors.

D

Dale Wilson: The voice of Clow Reed in Cardcaptors.
Dark Horse: Publisher of the Cardcaptor Sakura omnibus format manga series.
-dono: An honorific that derives from "tono" meaning "Lord." An even higher degree of respect than "-sama."

E

Element Card: There are four element cards in total. They are Windy, Watery, Firey, and Earthy.
Eli Moon: Eriol's name in Cardcaptors.
Eriol Hiiragizawa: A mysterious transfer student from England. He is the reincarnation of Clow Reed.

F

Froggy Mix: Artist of No Nagging— a song featured in Cardcaptors: The Movie.
Fruits Candy: The third ending theme of Cardcaptor Sakura. This song is performed by Kojima Megumi.
Fujitaka Kinomoto: Sakura's father.
Furusawa Touru: Seiyuu of Yoshiyuki Terada.

G

Geneon Universal Entertainment: A Japanese animation studio that helped create Cardcaptor Sakura.
Groovy: The first ending theme of Cardcaptor Sakura. This song is performed by Hirose Komi.
Gumi: Artist of Catch You Catch Me— the first opening theme of Cardcaptor Sakura.

H

Hayashi Kazuo: Seiyuu of Clow Reed.
Hayashibara Megumi: The voice actress of Madoushi, the sorceress from Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie.
Hirose Komi: Artist of Groovy— the first ending theme of Cardcaptor Sakura.
Hisakawa Aya: Seiyuu of Kero.
Honey: The second ending theme of Cardcaptor Sakura. This song is performed by Chihiro.
Honorific: A suffix added onto a Japanese person's first or last name. It denotes respect.

I

Incantation: A magical chant.
Incantation Card: Allows Syaoran to summon elemental magic such as fire, water, wind, and water.
Inoue Kikuko: Seiyuu of Yelan Li, Syaoran's mother.
Itou Miki: Seiyuu of Sonomi Daidouji.
Iwao Junko: Seiyuu of Tomoyo Daidouji.

J

Janyse Jaud: The voice of Natasha Avalon in Cardcaptors.
Jocelyne Loewen: The voice of Chelsea in Cardcaptors.
Jordan Kilik: The voice of Li Showron in the second season of Cardcaptors.
Julian Star: Yukito's name in Cardcaptors.

K

Kaho Mizuki: Sakura's homeroom and math teacher. She is also Touya's former love.
Kawakami Tomoko: Seiyuu of Rika Sasaki.
Kelly Sheridan: The voice of Nikki in Cardcaptors.
Kero: The false form of Cerberus— the guardian of the Clow Cards.
Kodansha: Publisher of the original Cardcaptor Sakura manga series.
-kohai: An honorific that refers to someone with less seniority than you. It is generally used at school or work.
Kojima Megumi: Artist of Fruits Candy— the third ending theme of Cardcaptor Sakura.
Konishi Katsuyuki: Seiyuu of Spinel Sun and Yoshiyuki Terada for the second and third seasons of Cardcaptor Sakura.
Kumai Motoko: Seiyuu of Syaoran Li.
-kun: A common honorific for young boys. This honorific is also used among male friends.

L

Lasin Board: Used by Syaoran to detect the presence of Clow Cards.
Layla Mackenzie: Kaho's name in Cardcaptors.
Li Showron: Syaoran's name in Cardcaptors.
Linda Rae: The voice of Layla Mackenzie in Cardcaptors.

M

Madhouse: The animation studio of Cardcaptor Sakura.
Madison Taylor: Tomoyo's name in Cardcaptors.
Maggie: Maki Matsumoto's name in Cardcaptors.
Maggie Blue O'Hara: The voice of Madison Taylor in Cardcaptors.
Maki Matsumoto: The owner of Twin Bells.
Makiko Midori: One of Sakura's teachers.
Masaki Amamiya: Sakura's great grandfather.
Matsumoto Miwa: Seiyuu of Chiharu Mihara.
Matt Hill: The voice of Kero in Cardcaptors.
Meilin Li: Syaoran Li's cousin as well as Sakura's school friend.
Meilin Rae: Meilin's name in Cardcaptors.
Mick Nekoi: One of the four women that CLAMP is composed of.
Mika Tsutsumi: Math teacher at Tomoeda Elementary.
Minaguchi Yuko: Seiyuu of Nadeshiko Kinomoto.
Mitsuishi Kotono: Seiyuu of Maki Matsumoto.
Miyazaki Issei: Seiyuu of Takashi Yamazaki.
Mokona Apapa: One of the four women that CLAMP is composed of.
Moon Bell: A magical bell that Clow Reed left to give Sakura a second chance during the Final Judgment. It is in the care of Kaho Mizuki.
Motoi Emi: Seiyuu of Naoko Yanagisawa.
Mr.Terada: Yoshiyuki Terada's name in Cardcaptors.
MTO: A Japanese company that helped create Cardcaptor Sakura video games.

N

Nadeshiko Kinomoto: Sakura and Touya's mother.
Nakayoshi: The magazine that Cardcaptor Sakura was originally serialized in.
Nakuru Akizuki: A mysterious transfer student from England. She is the false form of Ruby Moon.
Nanase Ohkawa: One of the four women that CLAMP is composed of.
Naoko Yanagisawa: One of Sakura's school friends. She is in the cheerleading club along with Sakura and Chiharu.
Natasha Avalon: Nadeshiko's name in Cardcaptors.
Nelvana: The producer of Cardcaptors.
NHK: An acronym for Nippon Housou Kyoukai. The official English name is "Japan Broadcasting Corporation. Cardcaptor Sakura was broadcast through NHK in Japan.
Nicole Oliver: The voice of Meilin Rae and Maggie in Cardcaptors.
Nikki: Naoko's name in Cardcaptors.
Nogami Yukana: Seiyuu of Meilin Li.

O

Ogata Megumi: Seiyuu of Yukito Tsukishiro and Yue.
Onosaka Masaya: Seiyuu of Cerberus.

P

Penguin Park: A key place in Tomoeda. It is here that Sakura finds and captures Clow Cards.
Pioneer: The producer of the English version of Carcaptor Sakura.
Purachina: The third opening theme of Cardcaptor Sakura. This song is performed by Sakamoto Ma'aya and is also known as "Platina."

Q

R

Rhys Huber: The voice of Li Showron in the first season of Cardcaptors.
Richard Newman: The voice of Keroberos in Cardcaptors.
Rika Sasaki: Sakura's classmate. She gives her bear to Mr.Terada because she has a crush on him.
Rita: Rika's name in Cardcaptors.
Ruby: Nakuru's name in Cardcaptors.
Ruby Moon: The true form of Nakuru Akizuki. She is Eriol's Guardian.
Ryouka Yuzuki: Seiyuu of Nakuru Akizuki.

S

Sakamoto Ma'aya: Artist of Purachina— the third opening theme of Cardcaptor Sakura. She is also the voice of the Nothing Card in Cardcaptor Sakura: The Sealed Card.
Sakura Avalon: Sakura's name in Cardcaptors.
Sakura Kinomoto: Protagonist of Cardcaptor Sakura. She finds the Clow Cards hidden in her basement and accidentally sets them free.
Sam Vincent: The voice of Julian Star and Yue in Cardcaptors.
-sama: An honorific that is a higher degree of respect than "-san."
Samantha Taylor: Sonomi's name in Cardcaptors.
-san: An honorific that translates to Mr., Mrs., Ms., etc. It is the most commonly used honorific as it is safe to use in most situations.
Sarah LaFleur: The voice of Ruby in Cardcaptors.
Sasaki Nozumu: Seiyuu of Eriol Hiiragizawa.
Satsuki Igarashi: One of the four women that CLAMP is composed of.
SEGA: A Japanese company that helped create Cardcaptor Sakura video games.
Seijou High: The high school that Touya and Yukito attend. It is located next to Tomoeda Elementary.
Seiyuu: The Japanese term for voice actor and voice actress.
Seki Tomokazu: Seiyuu of Touya Kinomoto.
-sempai: An honorific that refers to someone with more seniority than you. It is generally used at school or work.
-sensei: An honorific used for teachers, doctors, and masters in any field.
Shinohara Emi: Seiyuu of Kaho Mizuki.
Shouko Tsujitani: The music teacher at Tomoeda Elementary.
Sonomi Daidouji: Tomoyo's mother.
Spinel Sun: The true form of Suppi. He is Eriol's Guardian.
Spinner: Suppi's name in Cardcaptors.
Spinner Sun: Spinel's name in Cardcaptors.
Star Book: The book that protects and holds the Star Cards.
Star Card: Transformed Clow Cards.
Star Key: The Clow Key turned into this after the Final Judgment.
Star Wand: Sakura created this wand using her own magic. It is based on the Clow Wand.
Steven Jay Blum: The voice of Mr.Terada in Cardcaptors.
Stevie Bloch: The voice of Rita in Cardcaptors.
Stevie Vallance: The voice of Syaoran's Mother in Cardcaptors.
Suppi: The false form of Spinel Sun.
Syaoran Li: A transfer student from Hong Kong. He is a descendant of Clow Reed.

T

Tanaka Hideyuki: Seiyuu of Fujitaka Kinomoto.
Tange Sakura: Seiyuu of Sakura Kinomoto.
Takashi Yamazaki: Sakura's classmate and Chiharu's boyfriend. They have been dating since kindergarten.
TDK: A Japanese company that helped create Cardcaptor Sakura video games.
Tobira wo Akete: The second opening theme of Cardcaptor Sakura. This song is performed by ANZA.
TOKYOPOP: Publisher of the translated version of Cardcaptor Sakura in North America.
Tokyo Tower: A key place in the series. More often than not it is seen in Sakura's dreams.
Tomoeda: The town in which Cardcaptor Sakura takes place.
Tomoeda Elementary: The school that Sakura and her friends attend.
Tomoyo Daidouji: Sakura's best friend and cousin.
Tony Sampson: The voice of Tori Avalon in Cardcaptors.
Tooi Kono Machi de: The theme song of Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie. It translates to "In This Distant Town."
Tori Avalon: Touya's name in Cardcaptors.
Toshinobu Yamamoto: Tomoeda Elementary's art teacher.
Touma Yumi: Seiyuu of Suppi.
Touya Kinomoto: Sakura's brother.
Trendmasters: An American toy company that produced Cardcaptors merchandise.
Tsukimine Shrine: This shrine is taken care of by Kaho Mizuki. The shrine belongs to her family.
Twin Bells: A local shop owned by Maki Matsumoto.

U

V

Venus Terzo: The voice of Samantha Taylor in Cardcaptors.

W

X

Y

Yoshiyuki Terada: Sakura's homeroom teacher.
Yue: The true form of Yukito Tsukishiro. He is a guardian of the Clow Cards.
Yukie Kimura: A teacher at Tomoeda Elementary.
Yukito Tsukishiro: The false form of Yue. He is Touya's best friend.

Z

Zachary: Yamazaki's name in Cardcaptors.