Words — 74 found
1. familiar form of "older brother"Familiar language
- "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
- Mummy, that man just fell flat on his face!
1. familiar form of "older sister"Familiar language, See also お姉さん
- I have to wrap my sister's dinner in clingfilm.
2. form of address for young adult femaleFamiliar language
- おにい 、
- つな 、
- Mama! That lady and man are holding hands, they're great friends aren't they!
1. old lady; ma'amFamiliar language, Usually written using kana alone, vocative; usu. used with suffix さん or 様
1. mum; mom; mummy; mommyChildren's language, See also お母ちゃん
2. the missusFamiliar language
1. head (of a household, etc.); leader; master
2. owner; proprietor; proprietress
3. subject (of a rumour, etc.); doer (of a deed)
4. guardian spirit (e.g. long-resident beast, usu. with mystical powers); long-time resident (or employee, etc.)
6. youFamiliar language, See also おぬし
1. look here; I say; well; I know what; I'll tell you what; just a minute; hold onFamiliar language, Female term or language
1. middle-aged manAbbreviation, Derogatory, Familiar language
- Hey, pops! What are you doing!
2. Buddhist priestAbbreviation, Familiar language
1. Buddhist priest; bonze
2. close-cropped hair; crew cut; person with a shorn head
3. boy; sonny; ladFamiliar language, Derogatory
4. not catching anything (in fishing)See also お凸 おでこ
房主: Out-dated kanji.
1. I can tell youMale term or language, Familiar language, used at sentence end; adds light force or emphasis to a sentence
2. hehMale term or language, at sentence end; used to make a sentence threating or ironic
1. used after the name of someone who is an older sister figureFamiliar language, See also 兄 にい
- ねえ 」「
- "Ah, y-yes ... Sorry, Coz." "Hey! You might be my relative but here I'm your senior and a doctor. Keep things straight while you're in the hospital!"
2. used with various honorifics to mean (older) sisterSee also お姉さん
1. hey; say; lookFamiliar language, used to get someone's attention or press one's point
1. mountainHonorific or respectful (sonkeigo), Polite (teineigo), Familiar language, See also 山 やま
御山 【おやま】、御山 【みやま】
みやま: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
1. you (referring to a male)Archaism, Familiar language, Polite (teineigo)
吾兄 【あそ】、吾兄 【ごけい】
1. old lady; ma'amFamiliar language, Usually written using kana alone, vocative