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These are japanese dictionary:::
Please dont be mad if some of my words are wrong (They r not 100% Correct) ^_^ but I no that most of them r correct :D
If u want to Learn something i might be able to help u out.Ask Anytime ^_^


Greetings
Hajimemashite - Nice to Meet You
Youroshiku,Douzo Youroshiku,Douzo Youroshiku Onegaishimasu - Nice To Meet You-they all mean they same but some r less polite and some r more polite
Ohayo - Good Morning-LoL Sounds like the State Ohio
Konnichiwa - Hello,Good Afternoon
Konbanwa - Good Evening
Oyasumi or Oyasumi Nasai - Good Night
Sayonara - Good Bye
Gokigenyo - Farewell


Numbers
0 零 / 〇* zero/rei
1 一 ichi
2 二 ni
3 三 san
4 四 yon
5 五 go
6 六 roku
7 七 nana
8 八 hachi
9 九 kyū
10 十 jū
20 二十 ni-jū
30 三十 san-jū
100 百 hyaku
1,000 千 sen
10,000 万 man
100,000,000 億 oku
1,000,000,000,000 兆 chō


~~Time~~
Ichiji - 1:00
Niji - 2:00
Sanji - 3:00
Yonji - 4:00
Goji - 5:00
Rokuji - 6:00
Nanaji - 7:00
Hachiji - 8:00
Kyuji - 9:00
Jyuji - 10:00
Juichiji - 11:00
Juniji - 12:00

~~Money~~
En-(Yen) - Money
1 Japanese yen = 0.009497 U.S. dollars
Hyakuen - 100Yen
NiHyaku - 200Yen
Senen - 1,000Yen
NiSen - 2,000Yen
Sen-ni-hyaku-en - 1,200Yen
Monen - 10,000Yen
Ju-Mon-En - 100,000Yen
Remember that 100 yen is about 1 dollar in U.S. ^_^

~~Number of People~~
Hitori - 1 Person
Futari - 2 Person
San-Nin - 3 Person
Yon-Nin - 4 Person


Colors
Akai - Red
Aoi - Blue
Kiiroi - Yellow
Murasaki - Purple
Midori - Green
Kuroi - Black
Shiroi - White
Oranji - Orange
Pinku - Pink


Floors
Ikai - 1st Floor
Nikai - 2nd Floor
Sangai - 3d Floor
Yokai - 4th Floor
Gokai - 5th Floor


Levels
Ik-Kyu - 1st Level
Ni-Kyu - 2nd Level
San-Kyu - 3d Level
Yon-Kyu - 4th Level
Go-Kyu - 5th Level
Roku-Kyu - 6 Level
Nana-Kyu - 7th Level
Hachi-Kyu - 8th Level


Lengendary Creatures

~~A~~
Akuma - Evil Spirit
Oni - Demon,Devils,ogres,Trolls
Ayakashi - Sea-serpent that travels over boats in an arc while dripping oil
Bakemono - Monster
Abura-Akago - Oil Drinking infant
Abura-bō - Spectral fire from Shiga Prefecture, in which the shape of a monk can often be seen
Abura-sumashi - Ghost of oil thieves
Akabeko - Red cow involved in the construction of Enzō-ji in Yanaizu, Fukushima
Akamataa - Snake spirit from Okinawa
Akaname - Bathroom spirit
Akashita - Giant beast
Akateko - Tree-Dwelling monster
Akki - Large, grotesque humanoid
Akurojin-no-hi - Ghostly flame which causes disease
Amaburakosagi - Ritual disciplinary demon from Shikoku
Amamehagi - Ritual disciplinary demon from Hokuriku
Amanojaku - Small demon
Amazake-babaa - Disease-causing hag
Amefurashi - Child-like monster
Amefurikozō - Child-like weather spirit
Ameonna - Female rain spirit
Amikiri - Snake-bird-lobster hybrid
Amorōnagu - Tennyo from the island of Amami Ōshima
Anmo - Ritual disciplinary demon from Iwate Prefecture
Aoandon - Spirit summoned at the end of a story-telling contest
Aobōzu - Blue monk who kidnaps children
Aonyōbō - Female ghost who lurks in an abandoned imperial palace
Aosaginohi - Glowing heron
Arikura-no-baba - Old woman with magical powers
Ashi-magari - Invisible tendril that impedes movement
Asobibi - Spectral fire from Kōchi Prefecture
Ato-oi-kozō - Invisible spirit that follows people
Ayakashi-no-ayashibi - Spectral fire from Ishikawa Prefecture
Azukiarai - Spirit that washes azuki beans along riversides
Azukibabaa - Bean-grinding hag who devours people
Azukitogi - Spirit that washes azuki beans along riversides


~~B~~
Bake-kujira - Ghost whale
Bakeneko - Magical cat
Bakezōri - Animated straw sandal
Baku - Dream-devouring, tapir like creature
Basan - Fire-breathing chicken
Betobeto-san - Invisible spirit which follows people at night, making the sound of footsteps
Binbōgami - Spirit of poverty
Biwa-yanagi - Animated biwa
Buruburu - Spirit which causes the shivers


~~C~~
Chōchinobake - Animated paper lantern


~~D~~
Daidarabotchi - Giant responsible for creating many geographical features in Japan
Daitengu - The most powerful class of tengu, each of whom lives on a separate mountain
Datsue-ba - Old woman who steals clothes from the souls of the dead
Dodomeki - Ghost of a pickpocket, her arms are covered in eyes
Dorotabō - Ghost of an old man whose rice fields were neglected and sold


~~E~~
Enkō - Kappa of Shikoku and western Honshū


~~F~~
Funayūrei - Ghosts of people who drowned at sea
Furu-utsubo - Animated jar
Futakuchi-onna - Woman with a second mouth on the back of her head


~~G~~
Gaki - Ghosts of especially greedy people
Gangi-kozō - Fish-eating water-monster
Garappa - Kappa from Kyūshū
Gashadokuro - Giant, malevolent skeletons
Goryō - Vengeful ghosts, usually of martyrs
Guhin - Anthropomorphic bird
Gyūki - Bull-headed monster


~~H~~
Hakutaku - Sheep-like animal
Harionago - Humanoid female with barbed, prehensile hair
Heikegani - Crabs with human-faced shells, the spirits of the warriors killed in the Battle of Dan-no-ura
Hiderigami - Drought spirit
Hihi - Baboon monster
Hitodama - Ghosts of the newly dead, which take the form of fireballs
Hitotsume-kozou - One-eyed little people
Hōkō - Dog-like tree spirit from China
Hone-onna - Skeletal ghost that take the form of a young woman to seduce men
Hō-ō - Rooster-swallow-fowl-snake-goose-tortoise-stag-fish hybrid
Hotoke - Deceased person
Hyakume - Creature with a hundred eyes
Hyōsube - Hair-covered kappa
Hyōtan-kozō - Gourd spirit


~~I~~
Ichimoku-nyūdō - One-eyed kappa from Sado Island
Ichiren-Bozu - Animated prayer beads
Ikiryō - Disembodied soul
Ikuchi - Sea-serpent that travels over boats in an arc while dripping oil
Inugami - Dog spirit
Ippon-datara - One-legged mountain spirit
Isonade - Shark-like sea monster
Ittan-momen - Malevolent ghost
Iwana-bōzu - Char which appeared as a Buddhist monk


~~J~~
Jakotsu-babaa - Old woman who guards a snake mound
Jatai - Obi which has transformed into a snake
Jibakurei - Spirit that protects a specific place
Jikininki - Corpse-eating ghost
Jorōgumo - Spider spirit
Jotai - Animated folding screen cloth


~~K~~
Kage-onna - Shadow of a woman cast on the paper doors of a haunted house
Kahaku - Little people and water spirits
Kamaitachi - Wind spirit
Kami - Nature spirit
Kamikiri - Hair-cutting spirit
Kanbari-nyūdō - Bathroom spirit
Kanbo - Drought spirit
Kanedama - Money spirit
Kappa - Little people and water spirits
Karasu-tengu - Tengu with a bird's bill
Karura - Eagle-human hybrid
Kasa-obake - Animated parasol
Kasha - Cat-like demon which descends from the sky and carries away corpses
Kashanbo - Kappa who climb into the mountains for the winter
Katawa-guruma - Woman riding on a flaming wheel
Katsura-otoko - Handsome man from the moon
Kawa-akago - Infant monster that lurks near rivers and drowns people
Kawa-uso - Supernatural river otter
Kawa-zaru - Smelly, cowardly water spirit
Kekkai - Amorphous afterbirth spirit
Kerakera-onna - Giant, cackling woman who appears in the sky
Kesaran-pasaran - Mysterious, white, fluffy creature
Keukegen - Disease spirit
Kijimunaa - Tree sprite from Okinawa
Kijo - She-devil
Kitsune - Fox spirit
Kitsune-Tsuki - Person possessed by a fox spirit
Kiyohime - Woman who transformed into a serpent-demon out of the rage of unrequited love
Kodama - Tree spirit
Kokakuchō - Ubume bird
Koma-inu - Protective animal
Konaki-Jijii - Infant that cries until it is picked up, then increases its weight and crushes its victim
Konoha-tengu - Anthropomorphic bird
Kosode-no-te - Short-sleeved kimono with its own hands
Kubikajiri - Headless ghost
Kuchisake-Onna - Vengeful ghost of a woman mutilated by her husband
Kuda-gitsune - Miniature fox spirit
Kudan - Human-faced calf which predicts a calamity and then dies
Kurabokko - Guardian spirit of a warehouse
Kurage-no-hinotama - Jellyfish which floats through the air as a fireball
Kyōkotsu - Ghost of a corpse discarded in a well
Kyourinrin - Animated scroll or paper
Kyūbi-no-kitsune - Nine-tailed fox
Kyūketsuk - Vampire


~~L~~
NONE


~~M~~
Maikubi - Quarreling heads of three dead miscreants
Majin - Magical beings
Makura-gaeshi - Pillow-moving spirit
Mekurabe - Multiplying skulls that menaced Taira no Kiyomori in his courtyard
Miage-nyūdō - Spirit which grows as fast as you can look up at it
Mikoshi-nyūdō - Spirit which grows as fast as you can look up at it
Mizuchi - Water dragon
Mokumokuren - Spirits that live in torn shōji
Momonjii - Old man that meets victims at the fork of every road
Morinji-no-okama - Animated tea kettle
Mōryō - Long-eared, corpse-eating spirit
Mujina - Shapeshifting badger spirit
Myōbu - Fox spirit


~~N~~
Namahage - Ritual disciplinary demon from the Oga Peninsula
Namazu - Giant catfish whose thrashing causing earthquakes
Nando-baba - Old woman who hides under the floor in abandoned storerooms
Narikama - Kettle spirit
Nebutori - Mystical disease which causes women to grow fat and lethargic
Nekomata - Split-tailed magical cat
Nekomusume - Cat in the form of a girl
Nikusui - Monster which appears as a young woman and sucks all of the flesh off of its victim's body
Ningyo - Monkey-fish hybrid
Nobusuma - Supernatural wall. Also a monstrous flying squirrel
Noppera-bō - Faceless ghost
Nozuchi - Small sea serpent
Nue - Monkey-raccoon dog-tiger-snake hybrid
Nukekubi - Disembodied, flying head that attacks people
Nuppefuhofu - Animated lump of decaying human flesh
Nuppeppo - Animated chuck of dead flesh
Nurarihyon - Creature who sneaks into houses on busy evenings
Nure-onna - Female monster who appears on the beach
Nuribotoke - Animated corpse with blackened flesh and dangling eyeballs
Nurikabe - Spirit that manifests as an endless wall
Nyūbachibō - Mortar spirit


~~O~~
Obak - Shapeshifting spirits
Obariyon - Spook which rides piggyback on a human victim and becomes unbearably heavy
Oboro-guruma - Ghostly oxcart with the face of its driver
Ohaguro-bettari - Female ghost lacking all facial features save for a large, black-toothed smile
Oiwa - Ghost of a woman with a distorted face who was murdered by her husband
Ōkamuro - Giant face which appears at the door
Okiku - Plate-counting ghost of a servant girl
Ōkubi - Death spirit
Okuri-inu - Dog or wolf that follows travelers at night. Similar to the Black dog of English folklore
Ōmukade - Giant, human-eating centipede that lives in the mountains
Oni - Large, grotesque humanoid
Onibi - Spectral fire
Onikuma - Monstrous bear
Onmoraki - Bird-demon created from the spirits of freshly-dead corpses
Onryō - Vengeful ghost that manifests in physical (rather than spectral) form
Otoroshi - Hairy creature that perches on the gates to shrines and temples


~~P~~
NONE


~~Q~~
NONE


~~R~~
Raiju - Lightning spirit
Rokurokubi - Long-necked, humanoid tricksters
Ryū - Japanese dragon


~~S~~
Sagari - Horse's head that dangles from trees on Kyūshū
Sakabashira - Haunted pillar, installed upside-down
Samebito - Shark demon
Sarugami - Wicked monkey spirit which was defeated by a dog
Satori - Mind-reading humanoid
Sazae-oni - Shapeshifting turban snail spirit
Seko - Water spirit which can be heard making merry at night
Senpoku-Kanpoku - Human-faced frog which guides the souls of the newly deceased to the graveyard
Setotaishō - Warrior composed of discarded earthenware
Shachihoko - Tiger-carp hybrid
Shibaten - Water spirit from Shikoku
Shikigami - Child-sized servant spirit
Shiki-ōji - Child-sized servant spirit
Shikome - Underworld hag
Shin - Giant clam which creates mirages
Shiro-bōzu- White, faceless spirit
Shirouneri- Animated mosquito netting or dust cloth
Shiryō - Spirit of a dead person
Shisa- Lion-dog hybrid
Shōjō - Red-haired sea-sprites who love alcohol
Shōkera - Creature that peers in through skylights
Shunoban - Red-faced ghoul
Shuten-dōji - Oni
Sodehiki-kozō - Invisible spirit which pulls on sleeves
Sōgenbi - Fiery ghost of an oil-stealing monk
Soragami - Ritual disciplinary demon
Soraki-gaeshi - Sound of trees being cut down, when later none seem to have been cut
Sorobanbōzu - Ghost with an abacus
Sōtangitsune - Fox spirit from Kyoto
Sunakake-baba - Sand-throwing hag
Sunekosuri - Small dog- or cat-like creature that rubs against a person's legs at night
Suppon-no-yūrei - Ghost with a face like a soft-shelled turtle


~~T~~
Taimatsumaru - Tengu surrounded in demon fire
Taka-onna - Female spirit which can stretch itself to peer into the second story of a building
Tankororin - Unharvested persimmon which becomes a monster
Tanuki - Shapeshifting Raccoon dog
Tatami-tataki - Poltergeist that hits the tatami mats at night
Tatsu - Japanese dragon
Tengu - Anthropomorphic bird
Tenjōname - Ceiling-licking spirit
Tennin - Angelic humanoid
Te-no-me - Ghost of a blind man, with his eyes on his hands
Tōfu-kozō - Spirit child carrying a block of tofu
Toire-no-Hanakosan - Ghost who lurks in grade school restroom stal
Tōtetsu - Greed spirit
Tsuchigumo - Shapeshifting, giant spider
Tsuchinoko - Small sea serpent
Tsukumogami - Inanimate object that becomes animated after existing for 100 years
Tsurara-onna - Icicle woman
Tsurube-otoshi - Ambush predator


~~U~~
Ubume - Ghosts of women who died in childbirth
Uma-no-ashi - Horse's leg which dangles from a tree and kicks passerbies
Umibōzu - Ghost of drowned priest
Umi-nyōbō - Female sea monster who steals fish
Ungaikyō - Mirror monster which can display assorted wonders in its surface
Ushi-oni - Bull-headed monster
Uwan - Spirit named for the sound it shouts when surprising people


~~V~~
NONE


~~W~~
Wani - A crocodilian water monster
Wanyūdō - Demon in the form of a burning ox cart with a human head


~~X~~
NONE


~~Y~~
Yadōkai - Malevolent, nocturnal spirit
Yagyō-san - Demon who rides through the night on a headless horse
Yakubyō-gami - Disease and misfortune spirit
Yamaarashi - Porcupine spirit
Yama-biko - Echo spirit
Yama-bito - Savage, mountain-dwelling humanoid
Yama-chichi - Monkey-like mountain spirit
Yama-inu - Dog-like mountain spirit
Yama-oroshi - a Radish-grater spirit
Yama-otoko - Mountain giant
Yamata no Orochi - Gigantic, eight-headed serpent
Yama-uba - Malevolent, mountain-dwelling hag
Yama-waro - Hairy, one-eyed spirit
Yanari - Spirit which causes strange noises
Yaoguai - Animalistic demon
Yatagarasu - Three-legged crow of Amaterasu
Yato-no-kami - Serpent spirits
Yobuko - Mountain dwelling spirit
Yofune-nushi - Sea monster
Yōkai - Demon
Yomotsu-shikome - Underworld hag
Yōsei - Nature spirit
Yosuzume - Mysterious bird that sings at night, sometimes indicating that the okuri-inu is near
Yukinko - Child-like snow-spirit
Yuki-onna - Snow spirit
Yūrei - Ghost


~~Z~~
Zashiki-warashi - House spirit
Zennyo Ryūō - Rain-making dragon
Zorigami - Animated clock
Zuijin - Tutelary spirit
Zunbera-bō - Faceless ghost


~~My Legendary Creatures~~
Akuma - Evil Spirit
Oni - Demon,Devils,ogres,Trolls
Ayakashi - Sea-serpent that travels over boats in an arc while dripping oil
Bakemono - Monster
Abura-Akago - Oil Drinking infant
Abura-bō - Spectral fire from Shiga Prefecture, in which the shape of a monk can often be seen
Abura-sumashi - Ghost of oil thieves
Akabeko - Red cow involved in the construction of Enzō-ji in Yanaizu, Fukushima
Akamataa - Snake spirit from Okinawa
Akaname - Bathroom spirit
Akashita - Giant beast
Akateko - Tree-Dwelling monster
Akki - Large, grotesque humanoid
Akurojin-no-hi - Ghostly flame which causes disease
Amanojaku - Small demon
Amefurashi - Child-like monster
Amefurikozō - Child-like weather spirit
Ameonna - Female rain spirit
Amikiri - Snake-bird-lobster hybrid
Anmo - Ritual disciplinary demon from Iwate Prefecture
Aoandon - Spirit summoned at the end of a story-telling contest
Aobōzu - Blue monk who kidnaps children
Aonyōbō - Female ghost who lurks in an abandoned imperial palace
Arikura-no-baba - Old woman with magical powers
Ashi-magari - Invisible tendril that impedes movement
Ato-oi-kozō - Invisible spirit that follows people
Bake-kujira - Ghost whale
Bakeneko - Magical cat
Basan - Fire-breathing chicken
Betobeto-san - Invisible spirit which follows people at night, making the sound of footsteps
Binbōgami - Spirit of poverty
Buruburu - Spirit which causes the shivers
Chōchinobake - Animated paper lantern
Funayūrei - Ghosts of people who drowned at sea
Gaki - Ghosts of especially greedy people
Hiderigami - Drought spirit
Hihi - Baboon monster
Hyakume - Creature with a hundred eyes
Hyōtan-kozō - Gourd spirit
Inugami - Dog spirit
Jibakurei - Spirit that protects a specific place
Jikininki - Corpse-eating ghost
Jorōgumo - Spider spirit
Kahaku - Little people and water spirits
Kamaitachi - Wind spirit
Kami - Nature spirit
Kamikiri - Hair-cutting spirit
Kanbari-nyūdō - Bathroom spirit
Kanbo - Drought spirit
Kanedama - Money spirit
Kesaran-pasaran - Mysterious, white, fluffy creature
Kitsune - Fox spirit
Kodama - Tree spirit
Kyūbi-no-kitsune - Nine-tailed fox
Kyūketsuk - Vampire
Majin - Magical beings
Mizuchi - Water dragon
Myōbu - Fox spirit
Ōkubi - Death spirit
Raiju - Lightning spirit
Ryū - Japanese dragon
Samebito - Shark demon
Satori - Mind-reading humanoid
Seko - Water spirit which can be heard making merry at night
Shibaten - Water spirit from Shikoku
Shikigami - Child-sized servant spirit
Shiki-ōji - Child-sized servant spirit
Shiryō - Spirit of a dead person
Shuten-dōji - Oni
Sōtangitsune - Fox spirit from Kyoto
Tatsu - Japanese dragon
Yagyō-san - Demon who rides through the night on a headless horse
Yōkai - Demon
Yōsei - Nature spirit
Yuki-onna - Snow spirit
Yūrei - Ghost
Zennyo Ryūō - Rain-making dragon



Animals
Inu - Dog
Neko - Cat
Doragon/Ryu - Dragon
Usagi - Rabit
Nezumi - Mouse/Rat
Uma - Horse
Buta - Pig
Kame - Turtle
Tori - Bird
Ushi -Cow
Hebi -Snake
Saru - Monkey
Kingyo - Fish


Day Of The Week

Sunday 日曜日 nichiyōbi
Monday 月曜日 getsuyōbi
Tuesday 火曜日 kayōbi
Wednesday 水曜日 suiyōbi
Thursday 木曜日 mokuyōbi
Friday 金曜日 kin'yōbi
Saturday 土曜日 doyōbi


~~Simple Sentences~~
1.)Wakarimasu - ___________________
2.)Wakarimasen - __________________
3.)Hajimemashite,Watashi no Namae wa (______) desu - ______________________________________________
4.)Kore wa nan desu ka? - ___________________
5.)Watashi wa Ichiban desu - ____________________
6.)Anata wa namae wa? - ____________________
7.)Chotto Matte!!! - ____________________
8.)O-Genki desu ka? - ______________________
9.)Genki desu - __________________
10.)Atsui desu ne? - _____________________
11.)Samui desu ka? - ____________________
12.)Nii-San Osoi - ______________________
13.)Kore wa Saigo desu - __________________
14.)Kore wa mazukashii desu - ______________
15.)Watashi no namae wa (_______) desu - _______________
16.)Kare wa sugoi desu - ____________________
17.)Tooi desu - __________________
18.)Watashi no Tomodachi ga Hidoi desu - _________________
19.)O-to-san to O-kaa-san to doko? - _______________
20.)Nihonjin desu - __________________
21.)Anata wa Nihonjin desu ka? - __________________
22.)Ima,Nanji desu ka? - __________________
23.)Ichiji desu - ____________________
24.)Watashi wa suki ga yuki - ____________________
25.)Mina Konnichwa!!! - _________________
26.)Shizukani Kudasai - _____________________
27.)Kore wa nan desu ka? - __________________
28.)Watashi wa sushi suki ga desu - ________________
29.)Watashi no tomodachi O-Tanjobi Omedetou Gozaimasu
30.)Watashi wa gakusei desu - ________________
31.)Kochira wa Yamada-san desu - __________________
32.)Watashitachi wa tomodachi desu - _________________
33.)Gakusei dewa arimasen - ______________________
34.)Nihon-jin ja arimasen - _____________________
35.)Anata mo gakusei desu ka? - ____________________
36.)Watashi no tomodachi - __________________
37.)Kimura-san no senmon - ____________________
38.)Kimura-san wa gakusei desu - __________________
39.)Kimura-san wa gakusei desu ka - _________________
40.)Shitsurei shimasu - ______________________
41.)Kore wa Ikura desu ka? - _____________________
42.)Kanada desu ne - __________________
43.)Atsui desu ne - _______________
44.)Samui desu ne - ______________
45.)Watashi mo biiru o moraimasu - ____________________
46.)Iie, kekkou desu - _______________
47.)Shou shou omachi kudasai - ___________________
48.)Mizu o kudasai - __________________
49.)Chotto matte kudasai - __________________
50.)Ashita kite kudasai - ___________________
51.)Chotto! wasuremono! - ____________________
52.)O-namae wa nan desu ka? - _________________
53.)Akemashite omedetou - ___________________
54.)Go-kekkon omedetou gozaimasu - _________________
55.)Go-sotsugyou omedetou - ___________________
56.)Shigoto o sagashite imasu - _____________________
57.)Kekkon shite imasu - ___________________
58.)Watashi no O-Tanjoubi desu ka? - _____________
59.)Koohii desu ka? - _________________
60.)Biiru desu ka? - ____________________
61.)O-Kaa-San,Kore wa tabemono oishi desu - ____________
62.)O-Jii-San,Nee-San to Nii-San Hidoi desu - _____________
63.)Kore wa Muzukashii desu - ____________________
64.)Souka,Anata wa doko desu - _________________
65.)Kisama!!!!!!!!!URUSAI - ____________________
66.)Kaa-San,Tadaima!!! - ______________________
67.)Kira,Okairi nasai - ______________________
68.)Dare wa ichiban desu ka? - ________________
69.)Dare wa Hokage desu ka? - _________________
70.)Watashi no Din-Chan tomodachi desu - ________________
71.)Kore wa Omoishiroi desu - ___________________
72.)Watashi wa Sugoi desu - ___________________
73.)Ano...Sumimasen Nanji desu ka? - ___________________
74.)eeto..Yonji desu - ___________________
75.)Daijoubu desu ka? - __________________
76.)Daijoubu desu ^_^ - _________________
78.)Nan desu ka? - ________________
79.)Watashi no Namae wa Khoa desu - ________________
80.)Kimi...Shizukani - _____________________


Namae - Name
Tadaima - Im home
Okairi or Okairi Nasai - Welcome Home
Itterashai - Have a Safe Trip/Take Care
Atsui - Hot
Samui - Cold
Nagai - Long
Muri - Impossible,Hopeless
Osoi - Slow
Chiisai - Small
Ooki - Big
Warui - Bad
Saigo - last,the end
Muzukashii - Hard
Ichiban - Number 1
Tooi - Far
Mijikai - Short
Hidoi - Terrible,Awful
Hayai - Fast
Kirei - Pretty
Shitsurei - rude
Nihon/Nippon - Japan
Nihongo - Japanese
Nihonjin - Japanese(Person)
Omoishiroi - Interesting
Tanoshi - Fun
Honto - Really
Ima - Now
Sumimasen - Excuse Me
Watashi - I,me,myself
Boku - I (For men to Say)
Itsu - When
Doko - Where
Naze/Doshite - Why
Dare - Who
Nani - What
Ai - Love
Ame - Rain
Kaze - Wind
Yuki - Snow
Hi - Fire
Mizu - Water
Kage - -Shadow
Kami - God
Jibun - Yourself
Onna - Woman
Otoko - Man
Sora Sky
Tabemono - Food
Tabete - Eat
Tabeta - Ate
Nande - Drink
Nanda - Drank
Tatakai - Fight
Tomodachi - Friends
Mina - Everyone
Eiga - Movie
Sushi - Sushi food made with fish,rice, and stuff
Kisama - You(Say to an Enemy)
O-nii-San or -chan/Nii-San or -chan - Big Brother
O-nee-San or -chan/Nee-San or -chan - Big Sister
O-touto-San/Touto-San - Little Brother
Imouto-San - Little Sister
O-kaa-San - Mother
O-to-San - Father
O-baa-San - Grandma,Aunt
O-jii-San - Grandpa,Uncle
Musuko-San - Son
Musume-San - Daughter
Anata - You
Kimi - You
Itoko - Cousin
Oi-San - Nephew
Mei-San - Niece
Kyoudai - Siblings
Aniki - Big Brother
Oyaji - Old Man
Korosu - To Kill
Ai - Love
Au - To Meet
Tabemono - Food
Tabete - To Eat
Tabeta - Ate
Nande - Drink
Nanda - Drank
Kawaii - Cute
Tabemasu - Eat
Kowai - Scary
Urusai - Noisy Also Means SHUT UP ^_^
Kitanai - Dirty
Sugoi - Amazing
Oishii - Delicious,Good
Mazui - Yucky(Taste)
Tanoshi - Fun
Omoishiroi - Interesting
Yasahii - Kind
Kibishii - Strict
Tatte - Stand
Suwatte - Sit
Kiite - Listen
Kaite - Write
Mite - Look
Yonde - Read
Matte - Wait
Akete - Open Door
Hiraite - Open Book
Shimete - Close
Agete - Put Up (Hand)
Shizukani - Be Quiet
Wakarimasen / wakaranai - I don't understand
Yatta! - I did it
Shigoto - Job
Kuruma - Car
Tearai - Toilet
Ocha - Japanese Tea
Yuubin - Postal Service
Posuto - Mailbox
Yuubin Bangou - Postal Code
Kokunai Yuubin - Domestic Mail
Kokusai Yuubin - International Mail
Koukuubin - Air Mail
Funabin - Sea Mail
Sokutatsu - Special Delivery
Kakitome - Registered Mail
kKozutsumi - Parcels
sSoukin - Remittances
yYuubin Kawase - Postal Money Order
Genkin Kakitome - Registered Mail For Cash
Yuubin Furikae - Postal Transfer
Irasshaimase - Welcome(Use for welcoming customers,Used as a greeting to customers in stores)
Menyuu - Menu(Menu which is a list of Food)
Shou shou omachi kudasai - Please wait a moment
Shatsu - Shirt
Puuru - Pool
Keeki - Cake
Koohii - Coffee
Supein-jin - Spanish Person
Chi - Blood
Hana - Nose
Ongaku - Music
Eigo - English
Boy - Osu
Girl - Mesu
Ossu - used between close male friends
Doko kara desu ka? or Dochira kara desu ka? - Where are you from?
Ittekimasu - I'll be back - you are leaving
Itterasshai - come back soon - you are staying
Ja Mata Ne - see you later
Itadakimasu - said before a meal by those eating it
Gochisōsama - said after a meal by those who have eaten it
Gokurosama - Good Work
Itte irasshai - Go and come back
Tasukete! - Help
Kaji Da - Fire!
Meri Kurisumasu - Merry Christmas
Nihongo o Hanashimasu ka,Nihongo ga Hanasemasu ka, or Nihongo ga Dekimasu ka - Do u speak Jap?
Abunai - Watch out
Kodomo - Child
Onna - Girl or Women
Otoko - Man
Kagi - Key
Okane - Money
Atarashii - New
Furui - Old
Misete Kudasai - Please Show me
Sukoshi - A Little
Deteike - Go Away
Hottoite yo - Leave Me Alone
Hottoite kudasai - Please Leave Me Alone
Jama shinai de kudasai - Please Dont Disturb/Bother me
Hara hetta - Im Hungry
Uebbu Peeji - Web Page
Shinu - Prepare
Kakkoii - Cool
Denwa - Telephone
Pantsu mieteru zo - I can see your undies
Moo dame da - I give up/I have had Enough


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Posted 10/26/09
uma is horse... so pn. uma is Mrs. Horse!!! XD
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