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Where Did the Samurai Originate?

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The Samurai originated from different tribes belonging to Japan. The word Samurai roughly translates into 'servant'. The name was given to warriors who fought in Kyoto.
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The samurai are warriors from Japan. I don't think they're still here, but the samurai are from Japan.
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The Samurai is of Japanese origin.
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