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Words — 67 found

Noun
1. siblings; brothers and sistersSee also ご兄弟
2. brothers
3. siblings-in-law; brothers-in-law; sisters-in-law
4. mate; friendFamiliar language, Male term or language
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兄弟 【けいてい】
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まわ
Noun
1. police officerFamiliar language, Usually written using kana alone, See also 巡査
  • おまわりさん
  • しゃ
  • かたがわ片側
  • 寄せる
  • ように
  • あいず合図
  • された
  • The patrolman motioned me to pull over.
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御巡りさん 【おまわりさん】
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Pronoun, No-adjective
1. you; buddy; palMale term or language, Familiar language, also used colloquially by young females
  • あと
  • いちだい一台
  • パソコン
  • こうにゅう購入
  • する
  • きみ
  • あん
  • まったく
  • もんだい問題にならない
  • Your plan to buy another PC is out of the question.
Noun
2. monarch; ruler; sovereign; (one's) masterorig. meaning
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公 【きみ】
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Pronoun, No-adjective
1. you (formerly honorific, now sometimes derog. term referring to an equal or inferior)Familiar language, Male term or language
  • おまえお前
  • むすめ
  • おっと
  • しよう
  • You shall be my daughter's husband.
2. presence (of a god, nobleman, etc.)Only applies to おまえ
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お前 【おまい】お前 【おめえ】御前 【おまえ】御前 【おまい】御前 【おめえ】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. receiving; reception; getting; being givenHumble (kenjougo)
  • いす
  • ゆか
  • こすらない
  • ちょうだい
  • Don't scrape your chair on the floor.
2. eating; drinking; havingHumble (kenjougo)
  • この
  • バラ
  • ちょうだい
  • I'll take these roses.
Expression
3. please; please do for meFamiliar language, Female term or language, Usually written using kana alone, also used after -te forms
  • しみん市民
  • みなさま皆様
  • いけん意見
  • ちょうだい
  • する
  • よてい予定
  • です
  • We plan to elicit opinions from the public.
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頂だい 【ちょうだい】
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Noun
1. Buddhist priest; monkFamiliar language, Honorific or respectful (sonkeigo), See also お坊さん
2. boyFamiliar language
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Noun
1. auntHonorific or respectful (sonkeigo), Familiar language, Usually written using kana alone, 伯母さん is older than one's parent and 叔母さん is younger
  • 叔母さん
  • たず訪ねた
  • とき
  • すごい
  • ごちそう
  • だった
  • What a feast we had when we visited my aunt!
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叔母さん 【おばさん】
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Noun
1. elder brotherFamiliar language, Honorific or respectful (sonkeigo)
2. one's senior
3. older man; man older than oneself
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4. Aniki
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アニキ
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Suffix
1. suffix for familiar personFamiliar language
  • あら
  • あなた
  • ところ
  • むすめ
  • はる
  • ちゃん
  • とても
  • ようき陽気
  • です
  • Oh your daughter Haru-chan is very cheerful.
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Noun, No-adjective
1. general; admiral
Noun
2. boss; leader; local kingpin
3. old chap; mate; boss; chief; manFamiliar language, familiar or jocular term for addressing a male
4. athlete who competes in the last match of a team competition (kendo, judo, etc.)See also 先鋒 せんぽう
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大将 【だいしょう】
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Noun
1. Buddhist priest; monkFamiliar language, Honorific or respectful (sonkeigo), See also 坊さん
2. son (of others)Familiar language, Honorific or respectful (sonkeigo), See also お坊っちゃん おぼっちゃん
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御坊さん 【おぼうさん】
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Pronoun, No-adjective
1. you (plural); all of you; you allFamiliar language, Male term or language, also used colloquially by young females
  • それら
  • きみ君たち
  • いす椅子
  • ではありません
  • Those are not your chairs.
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君達 【きみたち】
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ばあ
Noun
1. granny; grandma; gran; female senior-citizenUsually written using kana alone, Familiar language
  • あの
  • 人たち
  • わたし
  • こと
  • おばあちゃん
  • 言う
  • They say that I'm an old woman.
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お祖母ちゃん 【おばあちゃん】御祖母ちゃん 【おばあちゃん】御婆ちゃん 【おばあちゃん】
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Pronoun, No-adjective
1. he; she; this fellow; this guy; this personUsually written using kana alone, Colloquialism, Derogatory, Familiar language, See also 其奴 そいつ
2. this; this one; this thingUsually written using kana alone, Colloquialism, Derogatory, Familiar language, See also 其奴 そいつ
3. Hey, you!; You bastard!; Damn you!Usually written using kana alone, Colloquialism, Derogatory, Familiar language
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此奴 【こやつ】
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Noun
1. myself; oneself
Pronoun
2. I; meArchaism
3. you (referring to one's inferior)Archaism, Familiar language
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わが身 【わがみ】我身 【わがみ】
Notes
我身: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun
1. great numbers (of people); numerical superiority; massesAntonym: 寡 か
Noun, Noun - used as a suffix
2. people; folk; clique; bunchHonorific or respectful (sonkeigo), Familiar language
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衆 【しゅ】
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Noun
1. uncleHonorific or respectful (sonkeigo), Familiar language, Usually written using kana alone, 伯父さん is older than one's parent and 叔父さん is younger
2. old man; mister (vocative)Familiar language, Usually written using kana alone, usu. 小父さん or おじさん
3. manybar goatfish (Parupeneus multifasciatus)Usually written using kana alone, usu. オジサン
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叔父さん 【おじさん】小父さん 【おじさん】オジサン
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にい
Noun
1. familiar form of "older brother"Familiar language
  • ひゃくはち百八
  • といえば
  • ぼんのう煩悩
  • かず
  • 」「
  • おにいお兄ちゃん
  • どんな
  • ぼんのう煩悩
  • ある
  • ?」「
  • 言って
  • いい
  • けんえつ検閲
  • さくじょ削除
  • になる
  • "Talking about 108, that's the number of worldly passions." "What worldly passions have you got then?" "I could say, but it'll get censored out."
2. form of address for young adult male; misterFamiliar language
  • ママー
  • いま
  • あの
  • おにいちゃん
  • すごい
  • ころんだ
  • よー
  • Mummy, that man just fell flat on his face!
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御兄ちゃん 【おにいちゃん】
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ねえ
Noun
1. familiar form of "older sister"Familiar language, See also お姉さん
  • わたし
  • おねえお姉ちゃん
  • ゆうはん夕飯
  • ラップ
  • くる包んで
  • しまわ
  • ないと
  • I have to wrap my sister's dinner in clingfilm.
2. form of address for young adult femaleFamiliar language
  • ママ~
  • あの
  • おねえお姉ちゃん
  • おにいお兄ちゃん
  • お手手
  • つな繋いで
  • すっごく
  • なかよ仲良し
  • さん
  • ね~
  • Mama! That lady and man are holding hands, they're great friends aren't they!
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Noun
1. mum; momFamiliar language, See also お母ちゃん
  • かあ母ちゃん
  • おな同じ
  • こと
  • いってた
  • だから
  • どう
  • した
  • ってん
  • オレ
  • にゃ
  • かんけい関係ない
  • Mum said the same thing. But, so what? It's got nothing to do with me.
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