difference between MUNE and KOKORO
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Posted 1/27/08
i just want to know the difference between mune and kokoro.
mune is actually chest. and kokoro is heart. but wtheck, in songs, they use mune more than kokoro. for example. daite senorita by yamapi the second chorus he sings: ore no ore no mune de zutoo translation means my my my heart.....



can anyone explain to me please?
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Posted 1/28/08

ishikyoryokiyuki wrote:

i just want to know the difference between mune and kokoro.
mune is actually chest. and kokoro is heart. but wtheck, in songs, they use mune more than kokoro. for example. daite senorita by yamapi the second chorus he sings: ore no ore no mune de zutoo translation means my my my heart.....



can anyone explain to me please?


Kokoro means heart..
Mune means breast or chest..

Some people translate things depending on their own tastes..
It's sort of lame when they do..
It doesn't come instantly, but after watching enough Japanese shows, you can catch when translated subtitles are changed from what's actually said..
Posted 1/28/08

SixthSpade wrote:


ishikyoryokiyuki wrote:

i just want to know the difference between mune and kokoro.
mune is actually chest. and kokoro is heart. but wtheck, in songs, they use mune more than kokoro. for example. daite senorita by yamapi the second chorus he sings: ore no ore no mune de zutoo translation means my my my heart.....



can anyone explain to me please?


Kokoro means heart..
Mune means breast or chest..

Some people translate things depending on their own tastes..
It's sort of lame when they do..
It doesn't come instantly, but after watching enough Japanese shows, you can catch when translated subtitles are changed from what's actually said..


Interesting. I didn't know that...
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oh thanksss!! i get it now. and yeah i know what you mean. they keep translating suki as love when it actually means like grrr
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Yeah, "suki" means like and "daisuki" means "big-like," but on occasions, it can mean a passionate like depending on how it's said..

The real Japanese for love is "koi" and "ai."
Posted 1/28/08
oo so if i say, THAT GIRLS HAS MEGA BIG MUNE that means what i think it means ;p
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sukiyaki is a hot-pot with beef, tofu and veggies (and other stuff)
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Posted 1/28/08

TitanXelon wrote:

oo so if i say, THAT GIRLS HAS MEGA BIG MUNE that means what i think it means ;p


What a misunderstanding, please dont go running around saying that stuff. You asks: Kimi no Mune wa Oki desu ne? Girl answers: iie, Boku no kokoro wa Oki desu. << ( Im not sure bout that, Wahehe.)

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TitanXelon wrote:

ok btw what desu desu desu desu desu desu means.


Go to "translate" this thread.
Posted 1/28/08
ok btw what desu desu desu desu desu desu means.
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desu may the one from Rozen Maiden girl.. yeah
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Posted 1/28/08
mune = chest
kokoro= heart
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Posted 1/31/08

TitanXelon wrote:

ok btw what desu desu desu desu desu desu means.


"Desu" is just an polite attachment for an sentence.

Ex: "Watashi no namae wa Dendetsu desu"

At any rate, this is a duplicate thread. Post your questions here:

The Translate __ for me Thread
http://www.crunchyroll.com/showforumtopic?id=3743
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Spelling... LOL
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Dendetsu wrote:


TitanXelon wrote:

ok btw what desu desu desu desu desu desu means.


"Desu" is just an polite attachment for an sentence.

Ex: "Watashi no namae wa Dendetsu desu"

At any rate, this is a duplicate thread. Post your questions here:

The Translate __ for me Thread
http://www.crunchyroll.com/showforumtopic?id=3743


nope... desu means is/are/am in a sentece and is always attached to the last part of the sentence..
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