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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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What does “Yoki (よき)” mean in Japanese?

Yoki (よき) Meaning: Good,Nice,Like,Cool Romaji: Yoki Hiragana: よき Katakana: ヨキ Kanji: 良き Yoki is an exclamatory word used by young people in Japan to mean “Like!” Around 2016, it became popular among young women in Japan as the word Gyaru. Yoki means “Like” because it is written as “良き” in …

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What does “Oyaji(おやじ)” mean in Japanese?

Oyaji (おやじ) Meaning: One’s dad, Older man, One’s boss Romaji: Oyaji Hiragana: おやじ Katakana: オヤジ Kanji: 親父 Antonym: Ofukuro (おふくろ) A friendly word (in informal situations, by a man) to his father. Women often call their father Otousan, papa, instead of Oyaji. Also, Oyaji is a word that can be …

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What does “Ara Ara (あらあら)” mean in Japanese?

Ara Ara (あらあら) Meaning: Oh dear, Oh me, Oh my Romaji: Ara Ara Hiragana: あらあら Katakana: アラアラ Kanji: 粗粗 Ara Ara is a Japanese expression, a word you say when you are moved or surprised (A term that repeats the interjection “Ara” twice) and means oh dear or oh my …

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What does “Yamete Kudasai (やめてください)” mean in Japanese?

Yamete Kudasai (やめてください) Meaning: Please stop it Romaji: Yamete Kudasai Hiragana: やめてください Katakana: ヤメテクダサイ Kanji: やめて下さい,辞めてください,止めてください Yamete is “stop” in English, Kudasai means please. Yamete Kudasai is a conversational word and is often written in hiragana. 辞めてください means, please quit. Since Yamete Kudasai is Keigo, women often use it in …

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What does “Sefure (セフレ)” mean in Japanese?

Sefure (セフレ) Meaning: Sex Friend Romaji: Sefure Hiragana: せふれ Katakana: セフレ Kanji: – Sefure is an abbreviation for sex friend. Since sex friend is written in katakana as “セックスフレンド,” it is abbreviated as “セフレ(Sefure).” Sefure writes in katakana, not hiragana. According to the Japanese dictionary, Sefure is “a partner who …

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What does “Souka,Sokka,Soudesuka (そうか,そっか,そうですか)” mean in Japanese?

Souka,Sokka (そうか,そっか) Meaning: I see, Is that so? Romaji: Souka,Sokka Hiragana: そうか,そっか Katakana: ソウカ,ソッカ Kanji: – Souka is often used to say Aizuchi, indicating the listener is paying attention or understands the speaker. And also, Souka is used as hiragana, not katakana, when writing sentences. Souka and Sokka have the …

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