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more japanese words



A
Ai -love
Akai- Red
Anata- You(r)
Aniki- Big Brother
Aoi- Blue
atashi - I female

B
bakemono - monster
boku- "I"(men)

C
Chigayo - that's not it/ your wrong, something to that effect
Chikara- Power/strength

D
Dekoboko- Bumpy
Doijoubu yo- I'm Fine
Doumo Arigato- Thank You Very Much

E
Egao- Smile(s)

F

Furimukanaide- Don't turn around
Fushigi ne- How Strange

G
Go- five
Gomen- I'm Sorry

H

Hachi- eight
hayaku -hurry

I
Ichi- one
Itsumo/Zutto- Forever/Always
Ii na~ - How nice~

J
Jyu- ten

K
Kawaii- Cute
kaze- wind
kazoku-family
kiba -fang
Kokoro- Heart
Konbanwa-Good evening
Konichiwa-hello
kuro- black
Kyu- nine

M
Minasan Konichiwa-hello everyone
motto -more

N
nakama- friends
Nana/Shichi- seven
Naze/Doushite?- Why?
Ni- two
Nokon- No control

O
O-genki desu ka?-How are you?
O-hisashiburi desu-long time no see
Ohayou gozaimasu-Good morning
Omae - you (it seems to be rude if you refer to someone like this if (they think) you (should) know their name)
Omedetou!-Congratulations!
Oni - demon
ore- I corse form of male
Otona- adult
Oye - hey (as if annoyed)

P
Pachi- Clap

R
Roku- six

S
San- three
Sayonara- Good Bye
Shiawase- Happiness
Shiro/Byaku- White
sora - sky
Sugoi- Amazing

T
Tanjoubi omedetou!-Happy birthday!
tsubasa - wing/feather

W

watash - I no gender

Y
Yamate -stop
Yosh - and exclamaition like yes like when you are ready to get to work. ex: yosh, let's start cleaning
Yokata - I'm glad
Yon/Shi- four
Youkoso-Welcome
Yume - dream

Z
Zutto/ Itsumo- Always

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Posted 10/10/08 , edited 10/10/08
Here are the japanese words for seasons and months,i included the Kanji as well....
春 haru-Spring
夏 natsu-Summer
秋 aki-Autumn
冬 fuyu-Winter

月 gatsu-month
1月 ichigatsu-January
2月 nigatsu-February
3月 sangatsu-March
4月 shigatsu-April
5月 gogatsu-May
6月 rokugatsu-June
7月 shichigatsu-July
8月 hachigatsu-August
9月 kugatsu-September
10月 jūgatsu-October
11月 jūichigatsu-November
12月 jūnigatsu-December
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icic ^^ thank you (:
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there are some words i know:

Posted 10/18/08
Here are some adjectives:
big - 大きい - ookii
small - 小さい - chiisai
cute - かわいい - kawaii
scary - こわい - kowai
noisy - うるさい - urusai
dirty - きたない - kitanai
amazing - すごい - sugoi
delicious - おいしい - oishii
tastes) yucky - まずい - mazui
fun - たのしい - tanoshi
interesting - おもしろい - omoshiroi
kind - やさしい - yasashii
strict - きびしい - kibishii
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days
Sunday- nichiyōbi
Monday- getsuyōbi
Tuesday- kayōbi
Wednesday- suiyōbi
Thursday- mokuyōbi
Friday- kin'yōbi
Saturday- doyōbi

others
Good night - Oyasuminasai.
Excuse me.- Sumimasen.
Hurry - Hayaku
Love - Ai
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A few more useful words

at - ni
on - no ue
in - no naka
to - e
after - no ato
before - no mea


dictionary

A

abayo = casual goodbye, kinda like "see ya"; it can be rude in some situations
above = maue ni
abunai = dangerous, threatening; it's also used to shout warnings, the same way we say "look out!"
aburi = fried tofu
ahou = moron
ai/aijou = love
aishiteru = love (the verb). It's used specifically for romantic love.
aisuru = love, sweetheart, beloved
akari = light
akirameru = the verb "give up/surrender"
aku = evil, wicked, bad, etc.


B

baka = idiot, fool, stupid, etc. (all-purpose insult)
bakana = impossible, absurd
bakemono = monster, ghost, phantom; this literally translates as "monstrous thing". The more proper term for monster is "obake"
ban = evening, night
bangou = a number
banzai! = a cheer you give when someone's done something well, or if you want to encourage them. You raise your arms over your head three times while saying it. Popular at office parties and sports events Image
bento = a box lunch
betsu ni = literally means "particularly". It's often translated in the negative sense: "nothing", "not really", etc.
betsu betsu = seperately
bijutsu = art
bishonen = beautiful boy
bishoujo = beautiful girl
boku = I (male pronoun, see section on pronouns)
bouzu = casual, insulting way to refer to a boy; interestingly, this word also means a buddhist monk
budo = a set of goals and moral codes for martial artists. Essentially your budo is the philosophy that guides how your style is used, for example "protect the weak" or "revitalize people" or "slay all evil". You get the idea.
bushido = the "warrior's code", or code of honor among samurai. One of the main principles of bushido is "death before dishonor".
busu = ugly woman, hag (a pretty rude insult, obviously)
bus = basu



C

che = a general sound of annoyance
chibi = a short person or a kid; this is a derogatory term in real life, but that's not always the case in anime (Take "Chibi-Usa"--literally "little bunny"--from Sailor Moon, for instance)
chi = blood
chichi= father; the same rules as for "ane" and "ani" above apply. The other word for father is "otou".
chikyuu = Earth (as in the planet)
chigau = different (both a verb and an adjective); it's often used (and translated) in the same way we say "no" as in "that's wrong" or "no, it's something different".
chiisai = small, as in "small in size"
chikara = strength, power
chotto matte = "wait a minute!"; "chotto" means (among other things, it's a multi-purpose word) "a little bit/for a short time" and "matte" (the request form of the verb "matsu") means "wait".
clothing nouns: kimono, yukata (summer kimono), obi (sash), haori (coat), hanten (jacket), hakama (wide-legged pants), tabi (split-toed socks), gi (short men's kimono), dougi (combination of gi and hakama), zori (sandals for kimono), geta (wooden sandals), warajii (sandals with many straw straps for keeping it on your foot securely), manto (cloak)


D

da = this is the short, casual form of "desu". See entry for "desu" below.
daga = however/but
daijoubu = all right, safe. You use this in the same way you'd say "I'm okay", "I'll be all right", etc. "daijoubu ka" means "Are you okay?"
daikon = large Japanese radish
dizzy = memai
dog = inu
dollar = doru
double = daburu
dress = doresu
dry = dorai
duck = ahiru


E

e = a picture, painting or drawing
ebi = shrimp
etchi/ecchi = perverted (an adjective)
edamame = green soybean
eeto... = this is like saying "um..." or "erm...", that sort of thing
eiga = movie
eigo = English (the language)
eki = train station
egg = tamago
enkai = party or banquet
erabu = choose, select, elect (verb)


i will post the other next times =)
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emergency

help = tasukete
call the police = keisatsu o yonde kudasai
fire = kaji
get the doctor = isha o yonde kudasai
i'm ill = byoki desu
i'm lost = michi ni mayoi mashita
leave me alone = hitori ni shite oite kudasai
stop thief = dorobo o tsuka maete kudasai

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sOme words
What?
Nani? <nan-ee>
Where?
Doko? <do-koh>
Who?
Dare? >da-reh>
When?
Dore? <do-reh>
How Much?
Ikura?
Why?
nande <nan-deh> / dooshite<dō-shi-teh>
Itsu? <it-soo>
Which?
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colors

black
kuro(i)

blue
ao(i)

brown
cha-iro

gold
kin-iro (no)

green
midori (no)

orange
orenji (no)

pink
pinku (no)

purple
murasaki (no)

red
aka(i)

silver
gin-iro (no)

yellow
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i add some:

(credit: big thanks to my dictionary XD)


F

-fakkusu=faxmile/fax
-fune=ship
-furubiru=become old
-fuzai=not in home/place ETC.


G

-gakuen=school
-gakusei=student
-gamen=drawing (on TV or film)
-gakuyu=schoolmate
-gareji=garage
-genjutsu=reality


H

-hachigatsu=augustus
-hana=flower
-hanabi=fireworks
-hanazono=flower garden
-haruka=so far


i will add more soon~
(since the dictionary is japan to indonesia i must translate the indonesian word first^^)
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January - Ichi gatsu
February- Ni gatsu
March- San Gatsu
April- Shigatsu
May- Go gatsu
June- Roku gatsu
July- Shichi gatsu
August- Hachi gatsu
September- ku gatsu
October- ju gatsu
november- ju ichi gatsu
december- juni gatsu
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Today- Kyo
Tomorrow- ashita
day after tomorrow- asate
yesterday- keno
this year- kotashi
next year- rainen
none- ima

i forgot- wasuretta
mistake- michigai
give- ageru
give me- chodai
hit me- tareru
dont hit me- tarenai
read- yumeru
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nezumi-mouse,rat
oushi-ox
tora-tiger
usagi-rabbit,hear
ryu-dragon
hebi-snake
uma-horse
hitsuji-sheep
yamazaru-monkey
ondori-rooster
inu-dog
pig, meat- buta
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baka; stupid or idiot
Oyaji; old man
ja mata ashita - see you tomorrow
Sonna - how come
Waratte - smile
Haskashi - Embarrassing
onna – woman
suteki – wonderful
Naze – Why
Shi - city
demo - but
kitsu wa - your injury
Ganbatte ne - work hard
himitsu – secret
Dochi - which
kimetteru - decide
Maybe - Tabun
Understand- Wakaruk
left- hidari
right- migi
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