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What are the most words do you use often?

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devo1

Otaku=(n.)Basically a name for an anime fan.
Ecchi=(adj.) pervert.
Hentai= (adj.) This is another word for a pervert, but mainly for extreme cases.
Kawaii= (adj.) Cute.
Kowai=(adj.) Scary.
Osuwari= (act.)Sit.
Bishounen=(n.) An attractive boy
Bishojo=(n) An attractive girl.
Yosh= Alright.
Sugoi=Wow.
Hai=Yes.
Ie=No.
Sensei= (n.) Teacher/Master.
Kendo= The art of Fencing.
Kitsune= (n.) Fox.
Neko=(n.) Cat.
Inu= (n.)Dog.
Shogun=(n.) A feudal military ruler of japan.
Rurouni/Rounin=(n.) A vagabond/Masterless samurai/Wanderer.
Sake=(n.)Japanese rice wine.
Gaijin= (n.)Foreign Devil
Shinobi=(n.) Another name for a ninja.
Oni=(n.)A japanese ogre.
Youkai=(n.)Demon.
Miko=(n.) A japanese priestess.
Hitokiri=(n.)An Assasin.
Tozoku=(n.)Bandit.
Baka=(adj.) Moron/Idiot.
Ganbare= Hang in there.
Daijobu desu ka?=Are you okay?
Watashi wa____= My name is _____
Atashi wa= I'm (female)
Ore wa= I'm (male).
Ite!=Ow!
Yuki=(n.)Snow.
Yama=(n.)Mountain.
Moto/Moku=(n.)Tree.
Sakura= (n.)Cherry blossoms.
Ano....=Um....
Ni-san=(n.)Older brother
Ototo=(n.)Younger brother
Onii-san=(n.)Older sister.
-san=Usually used after a name*. Carries the meaning of 'Mr.', 'Mrs.','Miss'....etc.
-kun= Used in modern-day Japan, usually used on guys in familiar terms.
-dono=(Just when you think "-san" is too respectful...) "-dono" is much more formal.
-sama= Lord/lady.
-chan= Usually used for girls and the younger folks, or to indicate affection.
Gomen= Sorry.
Gomen Nasai=I'm very sorry.

Dec 06, 17 at 6:28pm
hakutaku

It depends on situation. I use all( ̄(エ) ̄), but I use オタク,ごめん/ごめんなさい, すまない/すみません/すまん, あにき, あねき, おねえさん, あにうえ, すごい, さま/さん,どの, わたし/ぼく, せんせい, かわいい, きれい,こわい most frequently.

Dec 06, 17 at 11:50pm
devo1

Interesting

Dec 06, 17 at 11:59pm
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