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18 Best Quotes By Kyojuro Rengoku In Japanese From Demon Slayer

Umai! Umai! Umai! 「うまい!うまい!うまい!」 “Tasty! Tasty! Tasty!” What does “Umai (うまい)” mean in Japanese? Munewo Hatte Ikiro 「胸を張って生きろ」 “Stand tall and be proud.” Yomoya Yomoyada。Hashira Toshite Fugainashi。Anaga Attara Hairitai! 「よもやよもやだ。柱として不甲斐なし。穴があったら入りたい!」 “I can’t believe it! Some Hashira I am. If there were holes… I’d hide in it!!” Hahaue Orenohoukoso Kijonoyouna Hitoni …

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What does “Umai (うまい)” mean in Japanese?

Umai (うまい) Meaning: Tasty, Someone is good or skillful Romaji: Umai Hiragana: うまい Katakana: ウマイ Kanji: 美味い, 上手い, 旨い Antonym: まずい, 下手 Synonym: Uma(うま), Umee(うめえ) Taste Umai is a word used when food is delicious. Delicious is “Oishii” in Japanese, but Umai is a more frank word than Oishii. Both …

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What does “Mazui (まずい)” mean in Japanese?

Mazui (まずい) Meaning: Bad, Terrible, Disgusting, In trouble, Mess up, Not good Romaji: Mazui Hiragana: まずい Katakana: マズイ Kanji: 不味い, 拙い Antonym: うまい, 美味い, 上手い About Taste Mazui is used for the taste of food and also for bad situations. The kanji for 不味い is “不(Not)” and “味い(Tasty)” means. Since …

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