Mi-tarashi
   The honorific term for 'hand-rinsing [water]'; it refers to the pure water, preferably from a running source such as a clear river (mitarashi-gawa or harae-gawa), used for rinsing the hands and mouth before entering a shrine or participating in a rite.
   See Temizu.

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