CyberD.org
C:\ Home » Stuff » Japanese

Japanese

Quick reference of useful Japanese terms. To be continued.

Getsuyoubi - Monday
Kayoubi - Tuesday
Suiyoubi - Wednesday
Mokuyoubi - Thursday
Kinyoubi - Friday
Doyoubi - Saturday
Nichiyoubi - Sunday

Kimi - You, familiar
Anata - You, formal
Anatagata - You, plural
Karera - They
Aku - Open
Shimatteiru - Closed

Toire - Toilet
Tearai - Bathroom
Tasukete - Help
Yamete - Stop it
Yamero - Stop it, order
Yamete Kudadai - Stop it please

Masugu - Straight
Hidari - Left
Migi - Right
Koko - Here
Kita - North
Higashi - East
Minami - South
Nishi - West
Asoko desu - Over there
Mae - in front of

Keisatsu - Police
Abunai - Dangerous
Kiken - Peril/Hazard
Hito - Person
Shitsumon - Question
Doushite - Why?
Dare - Who?
Itsu - When?

Watashi - I/me, should not be used when in a group with guys only.
Watakushi - I/me, formal
Atashi - I/me, femenine
Boku - I/me, casual
Ore - I/me, very casual, used to sound tough

Urusai - Be quiet!
Oro - Huh?
Yare-yare - *eyes rolling* There they go again!
Nani - What/Unbelievable
Chotto matte - Hold up/wait a minute
Chotto matte kudasai - Please wait, a more polite form of ^
Sugio - Awesome/great
Sugoidesu ne - That's awesome/great
Hana - Nose
Mimi - Ears

Chigau - Wrong
Chigawanai - You're wrong
Baka - Idiot
Baka tare - Moron
Kuso! - Shit
Eigo - English
Fuku - Clothes
Jikan - Time
Wakarimasen - I don't understand

Vowels: "a", "i", "u", "e" and "o". I and E are feminine and A and O masculine. U is neutral.

Also, konichiwa, konbanwa, ohaiyou goasaimasu, moshi moshi, sayonara, ja-ne, nani and nan.

Privacy   Copyright   Sitemap   Statistics   RSS Feed   Valid XHTML   Valid CSS   Standards

© CyberD.org 2018
Keeping the world since 2004.