Pernahkah anda menonton animasi jepang?? Nah di postingan ini, akan dibahas tentang beberapa kosakata jepang, jadi yang ingin belajar bahasa jepang, jangan kesini!!!hehe😀😆,., Disini hanya tentang beberapa kosakata yang sering digunakan YA-HAA .,.(maaf apabila ada sedikit kata-kata kasar)
Ket: f(female), m (male),.,kata-kata tersebut biasanya digunakan oleh salah satu gender(dengan pilihan kata yang beda) atau bahkan dua-duanya sama.
Yamete-yo! [f] Yamero-yo! [m] Shitsukoi! [f/m]
Ochitsuite! [f/m] Asenna-yo! [f/m]
Do you understand?:
[f/m] Wakaru. [f/m]
I don’t understand.:
That’s a good question. Well, how can I put it?:
So dana. [f/m]
Wakatteru.:[f/m] Shitteru. [f/m]
Leave me alone!
Hottoite-yo! [f] Hottoite-kure-yo! [m]
Leave us alone!
Watashitachi-dake-ni shite-yo! [f]
Bokutachi-dake-ni shite-kure-yo! [m]
Leave him/her alone!
Hottoke-ba! [f/m] Hottoke-yo! [m]
Stop bothering me!
Jama shinai-deyo! [f] Jama shinai-dekure! [m]
Chotto kochi kite! [f] ,Kochi oide-yo! [f] (b>g) Kochi koi-yo! [m]
Urusai-wane! [f] Urusë-na! [m] Urusë-yo! [m] Urusën-dayo! [m]
Anata tsumannai! [f] Kimi tsumannë! [m]
Damatte-yo! [f] Damare-yo! [m] Kuchi ni chakku! [f/m]
Shizuka-ni shite-yo! [f] (b>g) Shizuka-ni shiro-yo! [m]
Baka ka Ero! [m]
Think about it!
Kangaete-mite! [f] Kangaeta-mina! [f]
CHE >> Exclamation used to express disgust. It’s kinda like saying “shiiit!”
CHOTTO MATTE >> Informalphrase which means “wait a minute” or “excuse me a bit” and can vary according to the tone you use all the way up to “wait a damn minute!”.
DAME >> Informal term with many meanings. I can mean “no” or “it’s bad” or “it’s not possible” or “you can’t do that” etc. etc. It is word that signals a “no” answer.
–DONO >> Suffix added to names like “-san” to make it more polite, but “-dono” is more like “Mr.” In TENCHI MUYO, Washu addresses Tenchi as “Tenchi Dono” very often and she is just being extra respectul to Tenchi by calling him “Mr. Tenchi”.
DOSHITA >> Informal phrase which can mean “what’s wrong?” or “what?” or is used to get a response, like when you say “well…?”
DOSHITA NO >> Informal phrase which can mean “what’s wrong?” or “what happened?” and is mostly used to express concern. The NO at the end doesn’t really change the meaning much, and is used in this case for emphasis.
ETO >> Interjection that is similar to “uhhh..” or “errr…” and can imply a phrase such as, “well, actually….”
HARA HETA sounds like HAH REH TAH. Informal phrase which means “To be hungry” and literally translates as “My/your belly is in a bad condition”.
HE ? >> This is how you say, “Huh?” or “WTF?”
HETCHI >> This refers to anything or anyone that is perverted
HORA sounds like HO RAH. Informal term which kinda means “hey!” or “see?!” when you want to get somebody’s attention. Related to KORA
IKU ZE :sounds like EE KU ZEH. Informal phrase meaning “let’s go!”
II ZO sounds like EEE ZO. Informal phrase meaning “ready!” or “let’s go for it!”
KUSO sounds like KUU SO. Exclamation that means “shit!” and is used just like anywhere in the world.
NAN DE sounds like NAN DEH. Colloquial term meaning “why?”
NANTE KOTO sounds like NAN TEH KO TO. Interjection which loosely translates to “Oh my gosh!” and more literally means “what an experience!”
NANTO KA sounds like NAN TOH KAH. Informal phrase that means, “Somehow…”
It is usually use in the phrase, “Nanto ka na…..” which is usually used when trying to say,” I guess I’ll figure it out somehow….” or “I guess I’m not sure how it will work out”.
NARUHODO >> When you are speaking or chatting with a Japanese person, say this often so they know you are still listening.
NE sounds like NEH. Informal interjection with many uses. It can mean “right?” or “isn’t it” or “hey!”
NECHAN sounds like NEH CHAH NN. Informal suffix added to girl’s names to add respect but it doesn’t add formality. It refers to an older sister but the person doesn’t have to actually be related. This is used alot in Tenchi Muyo by Sasami.
NICHAN sounds like KNEE CHAH NN. Informal suffix added to boy’s names to add respect but it doesn’t add formality. It refers to an older brother but the person doesn’t have to actually be related. This is used alot inTenchi Muyo by Sasami.
OMAE sounds like OH MAH YEH. Informal term for “you”. This is not a term you use to speak to people you respect.
SAIKO sounds like PSYCHO. Slang word meaning “the best” or “the coolest!” or “awesome!”
SHINAI sounds like SHE NIGH. Informal word which usually means “don’t do” but actually in some uses, possibly more by women, it simply replaces NAI which means “none or no”. You mostly have to figure this out by using the context of what is being said.
SO KA sounds like SO KAH. Informal phrase which can mean “really?” or “I see…”
SON’NA sounds like SO NAH. Interjection which means “no way!” or “that can’t be!”. This word is normally found in dictionaries, but doesn’t seem to include this translation.
SORE GA, DOSHITA? sounds like SOREH GAH DOSH TAH. Informal phrase which translates as “so what?!”
SORO SORO…. >> This is a somewhat polite way to say “Umm….I gotta get goin ok? ” The complete phrase is “Soro soro oitoma o…..”
SO SO sounds like SOH SOH. Interjection usage translates as “Indeed!” “By the way!…” “Come to think of it!”