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The meaning of words you don't know in anime...
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BTW i know that (NAANY) means what??!! but what does WHY mean in japanese
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ehh idk how to spell this but i hear it alot especially in dramas
yapadee?
im just spelling it the way it sounds ;D
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and does daijoubu mean are you alright?
just checking;P
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royalasking wrote:

ehh idk how to spell this but i hear it alot especially in dramas
yapadee?
im just spelling it the way it sounds ;D


Do you mean 'yapari'? it basically means "ahhhh, i see" or the general sentiment. I don't know the direct translation of it, but thats the gist. Its just the generall feeling of "ohhhh"
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qtn wrote:

BTW i know that (NAANY) means what??!! but what does WHY mean in japanese


????? Why means why in japanese. If you're asking what is 'why' in japanese its 'doushite' And 'what' is 'Nani'
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qtn wrote:

BTW i know that (NAANY) means what??!! but what does WHY mean in japanese


????? Why means why in japanese. If you're asking what is 'why' in japanese its 'doushite' And 'what' is 'Nani'


thnx and i meant the other one XD
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royalasking wrote:

and does daijoubu mean are you alright?
just checking;P


daijoubu

daijoubu means "fine" or "alright"

It can be used as a statement or a question (kind of like the word Okay in English can be used with a change of inflection)

daijoubu? (are you alright?)
daijoubu. (fine.)

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royalasking wrote:

and does daijoubu mean are you alright?
just checking;P


idk i always hear that it means (im fine im fine) (dijobu dijobu)
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royalasking wrote:

ehh idk how to spell this but i hear it alot especially in dramas
yapadee?
im just spelling it the way it sounds ;D


If you mean yappari, it can also mean something like "I knew it" or as a expression that states that the speaker already had a hunch about the present situation/condition even before it happened.:)
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dattebayo


It's actually just Naruto's signature phrase. The mangaka himself said before that dattebayo has no real meaning, just something like a catch phrase. However, when Naruto was dubbed, those who were involved with the dubbing made it seem like dattebayo meant "Believe it", well, just for the heck of it I guess. At least this is what a lot of people are saying over the Net.
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qtn wrote:

BTW i know that (NAANY) means what??!! but what does WHY mean in japanese


doushite = why... at least i know that much

and it's "nani"
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HELLOOO!? someone pls answer my "kanjiru" question?? it's in like every hentai scene that exists
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Posted 8/22/08

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royalasking wrote:

ehh idk how to spell this but i hear it alot especially in dramas
yapadee?
im just spelling it the way it sounds ;D


If you mean yappari, it can also mean something like "I knew it" or as a expression that states that the speaker already had a hunch about the present situation/condition even before it happened.:)


araigato ;D
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