Jisho

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Words — 43 found

Noun
1. beach; seashore
2. captured pieces (in the game of go); captured stonesAbbreviation, Usually written using kana alone, See also 揚げ浜
3. YokohamaAbbreviation, See also 横浜
4. riverbank; riversideArchaism, Osaka dialect
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ハマ
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Pronoun
1. youUsually written using kana alone, Derogatory, Osaka dialect, See also おのれ
  • おんどりゃー
  • ばか馬鹿
  • 言ってん
  • じゃねー
  • のうか農家
  • 言った
  • "Don't say such rubbish!" said the farmer.
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己 【おんどれ】
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Expression, Noun
1. the last remaining piece (which people are reluctant to take for themselves)Osaka dialect
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遠慮のかたまり 【えんりょのかたまり】
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Noun
1. stock exchange member who facilitates trading by matching buy and sell orders (similar to an NYSE specialist)Osaka dialect, See also 才取会員
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Adverb
1. in its entirety; whole; whollyUsually written using kana alone, Osaka dialect
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Expression, Adverb
1. best regards; please remember me; please treat me favorably (favourably); please take care ofUsually written using kana alone, Osaka dialect, See also よろしく
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Expression
1. That's not true!Osaka dialect, See also ちゃう
Noun
2. chow chow (dog)Only applies to チャウチャウ
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チャウチャウ
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Expression
1. no!Kansai dialect, poss. from ちがう
2. isn't it?; wasn't it?Kansai dialect
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もう
Expression
1. Are you making money?Usually written using kana alone, Osaka dialect, stereotypical Osakan greeting
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Adverb
1. extremely; veryOsaka dialect
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Noun
1. father; dadOsaka dialect
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Noun
1. yakuza; gangsterOsaka dialect, See also ヤクザ
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Suffix
1. isn't it; right?; you know?Osaka dialect, See also やんか, indicates emphasis, etc. Rougher version of やんか
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Noun
1. charcoalOsaka dialect, See also 消し炭, See also 木炭
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Expression
1. do ...Osaka dialect, See also 為さい, imperative form often used after the -masu stem of a verb
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げん 加減
Expression
1. shape up!; act properly!Usually written using kana alone, Female term or language, Osaka dialect, See also いい加減にしなさい
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1. You're kidding!Osaka dialect, See also
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Noun
1. prankster; joker; taking a joke to the extremeOsaka dialect
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