Youkai- full demon
hanyou- half demon
daisuki- i love it/u most
zero - zero
ichi - one
ni - two
san - three
nana - seven
juu - ten
:P i forgot the rest
i know more just can't think of the top of my head
tell me WHERE u get banana stroodle...
this link is a English to Japanese Dictionary and Japanese to English Dictionary
watashi - I (for girls)
ore - I (for boys)
chuu - kiss
kisu / kissu - kiss
kawaii - cute
onii chan - brother
niisan - older brother
onee chan - sister
oneesan - older sister
neesan - elder sister
ich - 1
nana - 7
hachi - 8
urusai - noisy / loud / fussy
arigatou - thank you
ohayou - good morning
yume - dream
baka - idiot, fool
ahou - fool, idiot, simpleton
bouken - adventure
kichijutsu - lucky days
shimpaku - heart rate
joushou - climbing
seimei - life
kanashimi - sadness, sorrow, grief
seteunasa / setsusetsu / kodoku - loneliness
kimi - you
issho - together
jinsei - life
shinu - death
eien no shi - eternal death
utsukushii - beautiful
kanji - defeat
nani - what
sayonara - good bye
suki / ai - love
daikirai / kirai - hate
shounen - boys
yoru - night
kimi no yasashisa honnori kuuru na - your kindness is slightly cool
issho niiyou - let's say it together
kanashimi sae setsunasa sae - my sadness, my loneliness
kimi wo mitsukedasu - I will find you
seise to shi umapete wa shinu - life and death, being born is death
taisetsuna mono wo nakushite kanashimi ni tada kokoro ga kare - the sadness over losing precious things will only shrivel your heart
CR isn't what it used to be anymore smh
I do not speak Japanese.
Deep down, I'm a very shallow person.
arigato- thank you
konichiwa- good day
aishiteru- I love you
baka- stupid/ idiot
ohayo gozimasu (i think that's how you spell it) - good morning
most likely marathoning a show on netflix....
nan desu ka?
I'm taking a Japanese language class at my highschool. Here's some words: (Sorry if it's a repeat and the spelling is wrong.) xD
a is pronounced like a in father. "ah"
i a is pronounced like i in machine. "ee"
u is pronounced like ue in sue. "oo"
e is pronounced like e in ledge. "eh"
o is pronounced like o in obey. "oh"
Hajememashite. Watashi wa [Insert name here.] desu. Doozo Yoroshiku.
How do you do? I am [insert name here]. Nice to meet you.
Boku- I [used by males, this is informal]
Watashi- I [used by anyone.]
Watakushi - I [but used formally by anyone]
Japanese counter for round objects. 1-10
ikutsu - how many round objects?
Chichi - my father [what you call your father, but you can use when you speak to someone about your father.]
Otoo-san - someone else's father [ but you can use this to call your father.]
Haha - my mother [what you call your mother, but you can use when you speak to someone about your mother]
Ani - my older brother [if you say Oaniisan it is your someone else's brother]
Ane- my older sister [if you say Oaneesan it is your someone else's sister]
Otooto - my younger brother [ if you add a san it is someone else's younger brother]
Imooto - my younger sister [if you add a san it is someone else's younger sister]
Kazoku - my family [Gokazoku is someone else's family]
Kyoodai - siblings
Ojiisan - elderly man, grandfather
Obaasan - elderly woman, grandmother
Obasan - aunt
Ojisan - uncle
verbs usually end with masu, except desu.
but to make it neg. add masen
to make it past tense add mashita
to make it neg. past tense add mashita dewaarimasen.
example: tabemasu -> tabemashita, tabemasen, tabemasen deshita
Kore wa nan desu ka. - What is this?
Dame desu - it is no good.
Otearai itte mo ii desu ka - May I go to the bathroom?
Tree wa nihongo de nan to iimasu ka - How do you say "tree" in Japanese?
Ikimasen ka? - Wouldn't you like to go?
Shumi wa nan desu ka - what is your hobby?
zanendeshite ne. - How disappointing. [used past tense]
zanendesu ne - Too bad. [used present tense.]
Yokata desu ne - How nice [used past tense]
ii desu ne - How nice
tabemasu - to eat
to make i-adjectives negative you drop ONE i and add kunai
to make i- adjectives negative you drop ONE i and add katta
to make i adjectives negative past tense you drop the i and add kunakatta
example: Yasashii -> yasashikunakatta
note: ii is turned into yoi which is turned into yokunai, yokatta, or yokunakatta
Yasashii - nice, easy
Tanoshii - fun
kanashii - sad
urushii - happy
hidoi - horrible, terrible
ii - good
yoi - good
oii- many or much
sukunai - few or little
itai - painful
kawaii - cute
uruusai - loud
muzukashi - difficult
kowaii - scary
Anything else? ^^;; -
hen - weird
Uta - sing
jyoozu - skillful [do not use when refering to yourself]
heta - be poor at [do not use when refering to yourself]
tokui - be strong in [may be used to refer to yourself, but not common]
nigate - be weak in [may be used to refer to yourself, but not common]
hito - person
kodomo - child
otokono hito - man
onnanohito - woman
otokonoko - boy
onnanoko - girl
utsukushii - beautiful
shyakai - social studies
kagaku - science
suugaku - math
eigo - english
gaicokugo - forien language
bijyutsu - art
ongaku - music
taiiku - PE
byooki - sick
kaze - cold [ kaze desu, i have a cold]
netsu - fever
daijyoobu - fine, ok, all right
shinimasu - to die
kawaisooni - how pitiful
okinodokuni - Im sorry. [sympathy]
dooshite - why
naze - why
Days of the week:
Getsuyobi - Monday
Kayobi - Tuesday
Suyobi - Wednesday
Mokuyobi - Thursday
Kinyobi - Friday
Doyobi - Saturday
Nichiyobi - Sunday
Edit: I`ll add more later.
*furiously prints out riceball's post* jk. i've learned onigiri, sushi, sashimi, shabushabu, ramen, miso, gyoza, OHAYO, konbanwa, konnichiwa, -san, -kun, -dono, -kun, -chan, and a bunch of other crap i dont feel liek listing.
TOO LAZY TO GET ON CRUNCHY T_T
oh wow this is reallly troublesome-leaves-
baka, bakamono,aho (I forgot how to spell some) *does not really care*
Ronin-teacherless student (modern day use)
Ikura desu ka-how much does it cost?
Hara kiri-stomach cutting
Samurai-one who serves
Senpai-senior student or colleague
Kun-suffix used as term of endearment
Kore ga jinsei-that's life or life sucks (as I like to use it)
I'll come up with more later
Gomen, ichi, ni, san, shi, go, hai, hara-kiri, -kun, -chan, -same, onigiri, nigiri, ramen, udon, kuso, baka, baba.
That's all I can remember right now. o.O
kaede-coral (i think im not sure)
desu(pronounced dess)-is and some other things
daiojobu-ok/are you ok?
sensei-teacher or doctor
ohayo gozaimazu-good morning
yatta-oh yeah!!all right
konban wa - good evening
oyasuminasai - good night
bread-pan(not in spanish)
you're probably gettin bored so ill stop. PM me if you want more
Errmmm...let me see, if I got the translations right...since I connect the words to the subtitles...
Genki desu ka? - How are you?
Atashi wa V-sky/Watashi wa V-Sky - I am V-Sky
Rurouni - Wandering Masterless samurai
Gomen nasai - Sorry
Oyasumi Nasai - Good night
Moshi moshi - Hello
Konnichiwa - Hello/Good morning
Ohayo - Hi
Hitokiri - assasin
Ore wa - *male form of I am*
Baka/Bakayora - Stupid
Onegai - Please
Sensei - Teacher/Doctor
Jaa Ne - Bye
Demo - But
Watching Amatsuki episodes 3 and 4 :P