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I think Angelique from Neo Angelique Abyss. Shes got really pretty eyes


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Chikata's definitions are very close except sexy for what i use to define those terms. Dictionaries largely fail at expressions and forms of human emotions, understanding and feeling.

Anyway , the prettiest girl in anime to me:


Feldt from Gundam 00 after timeskip

There are very different characters i would choose for the traits cute and sexy


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Taiga is very cute and pretty :D
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Thanks Knightofmana, nice to have some back up.

Des85, what is Taiga from? XD She looks like a little kid version of Ryoko Ookami from Ookami-san to Shicinin no Nakama-tachi
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i have a lot more....
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Miku Hatsune
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19 / F / In your sushi...O.o
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Oh yeah! I completely forgot about Miku, she's really pretty too
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Well as I said before, because you both use it the same way doesn't mean others use it the same way. But it's not like you would have gotten than explanation by reading what I originally put down. Again, a dictionary is not suppose to tell you how to use words in form of human emotions and expressions. That would be too easy. It's suppose to give you the word, definition and an example of it's usage in a sentence. You -- the individual -- is suppose to figure out how you're suppose to use it for yourself.
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no i agree with you. i just mistook some things you said.

in that post i just meant dictionaries a bad source a stuff like because they simplify billions of different humans's ideas into a few sentences i just didn't word it well enough.There is a different view by every person likely . for example even though Chitaka's and my views are close i disagree with her interpretation of sexy so we don't match up even though we are close.

i don't think our views on how people figure out what the definition mean to them is all that different. i just mistook what you were trying to say

I still would not put Feldt up on a sexiest or cutest anime girl topic though because i don't believe she is
since i interpret them as different things even if others don't
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Sakura from Tsubasa Chronicals
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Misaki from Maid sama
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If you want correct english, look up an Old English dictionary from Victorian England. And yes in fact people (especially authors) make up words all the time, look at Shakespeare, look at Dr. Seuss look at any given regional group.


Shakespeare really made up his own words? Such as? Also Dr. Seuss made up his own words because Seuss's books took place in a world which was Earth. It's very common for authors to make up words, items or names for something other than the norm. J.K Rowling does the same thing in Harry Potter. J. R. R. Tolkien does the same in Lord of the Rings. When you're the author of your own book, there are no rules. You can make anything up as you go along. Same thing doesn't apply in reality. I can't make up any word, give it any definition and expect people to understand what I am saying. This fit what you are trying to explain.

Also, Shakespeare used Early Modern English during the European Renaissance. Not Old English.

Also if the Old English dictionary was the correct standard then it would be the U.K. standard of English, which it isn't. Verbal auxiliaries, Transitivity, Use of tenses, Verb morphology uses dialects which originates from the Middle English Dictionary. Not the Old English. In fact, one of the reasons why no one uses the Old English dictionary anymore is because it's mixed with many different dialects such as Latin, German, Norse, Celtic. It's generally confusing because majority of these language conflict (As someone who speaks a lil German I know). I'm fairly certain you'll have a hard time finding any civilization which still uses Latin, Norse and Celtic in society so no. You're wrong about the Old English dictionary.


There's really no such thing as "correct usage" anymore in modern english (sad to say) other than the parts of speech and for verbs how well they describe the action (ex. you wouldn't say somebody is walking if they're moving at a running pace) what I mean by usage is how society would interpret and use them and the most common and widely accepted meaning of them


I'm really trying to understand what his part means and I've been saying it over and over to myself but I just don't understand what you are trying to say. What do you mean by no such thing as correct usage other than parts of speech and verbs? And how does your example correlates to anything? Can't make heads are tails of this. Could you clarify?



Yeah, yeah, yeah. I pretty much get this part already. You're saying that's how other people use it; therefore; that's how I should use it. Again, that's not really up for you or society to decide. If someone really wants to describe a cut of meat as being cute or use attractive in regards to babies or children, it's not really up to you or anyone else. The term isn't wrong and there is no grammatical error. The usage of the term is correct so that deems the usage of the term in any form of conversation correct. Because society deems it inappropriate doesn't make so. In fact the only reason why society would deem it inappropriate is because most people in society have very limit vocabulary. Don't know why I'm still explaining this. I guess it's because I enjoy repeating myself.
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no i agree with you. i just mistook some things you said.

in that post i just meant dictionaries a bad source a stuff like because they simplify billions of different humans's ideas into a few sentences i just didn't word it well enough.There is a different view by every person likely . for example even though Chitaka's and my views are close i disagree with her interpretation of sexy so we don't match up even though we are close.

i don't think our views on how people figure out what the definition mean to them is all that different. i just mistook what you were trying to say

I still would not put Feldt up on a sexiest or cutest anime girl topic though because i don't believe she is
since i interpret them as different things even if others don't


Well in the end it's only the person receiving the message who has to interpretative for themselves. As I said in the beginning, there is no difference between any of the words. They all mean the same thing: Another person likes the way you look. But apparent I have to use the term cute with babies and children and not attractive or pretty. And I have to use the term beautiful when describing objects not cute or pretty. Pretty much nonsense like that. It's all stupid anyway because what I deem cute might be different for another.
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i completely agree with what you just posted
(sorry had editing problems)

Posted 8/2/10
In my opinion: Elizaveta
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