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1 I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 31st December 2009, 1:32 am

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Since a lot of members here watch japanese animes or play games in japanese, why not share with us some words you know in japanese and make a small dictionary with them?

What do you say?

You just need to contribute with 1 or 2 words or even more if you know them. Ill keep updating this topic and we will have a small, but good dictionary.

If you see any errors in the words, please post the right way of saying/writing it. If possible, list all your words by alphabetical order (A-Z).

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A

  • Ageru - To give
  • Ahou - Idiot, Stupid, Dummy
  • Ai (Koi/Renai) - Love
  • Aishiteru - I love you
  • Aka (Akai) - Red
  • Amai - Sweet
  • Amatsubu - Raindrop
  • Ame - Rain
  • Anata - You, Dear (what a wife would call her husband)
  • Ano - Ummm.../Errrrr...
  • Anzu - Apricot
  • Ao - Blue
  • Arigatou - Thank you
  • Arigatou Gozaimasu - Thank you very much
  • Asa - Morning
  • Ashi - Leg
  • Ashita - Tomorrow
  • Atama - Head
  • Atashi - I, me, mine (girls) (informal)
  • Atsui - Hot
  • Au - To meet
  • Ayamaru -To apologize
B

  • Baka - Idiot
  • Bakayarou - Stupid
  • Bakemono - Monster
  • Bakuhatsu - Explosion
  • Banana - Banana
  • Bashou - Banana Plant
  • Betsu ni - Nothing in particular
  • Bishoo - Smile
  • Boku (Ore) - I, me, mine (boys) (informal)
  • Bonkura - Dumbass
  • Bouken - Adventure
  • Boushi - Hat
  • Buki - Weapon
  • Bungaku - Literature
C

  • Chairo - Brown
  • -Chan - Suffix to show friendship (used for girls, cute animals or lovers) Eg: Yuna-Chan
  • Chi - Blood, earth
  • Chibi - Small
  • Chikyuu - Mother Nature/Earth
  • Chizu - Map
  • Chotto - Wait

D

  • Daidaiiro - Orange
  • Daijobu? - You alright?
  • Daisuki - To adore, To Like Very much
  • Demo - But (at the start of a sentence)
  • Desu - It is
  • Dokuro - Skull
  • Douitashimashite - You are welcome
  • Doushite? - Why?
  • Doyōbi - Saturday
E

  • Ecchi - Perverted
  • Eien - Eternity
  • Eiga - Film, Movie
  • Eigo - English Language
F

  • Fukushuu - Revenge
  • Fune - Ship
  • Futago - Twin
  • Futari - Two people, Pair
  • Futatabi - Again
G

  • Gaikotsu - Skeleton
  • Gaki - Mean kid/brat
  • Ganbare - Go for it
  • Geijutsu - Art
  • Genjitsu - Reality
  • Genkai - Limit
  • Getsuyōbi - Monday
  • Gin - Silver
  • Giniro - Silver (color)
  • Go-gatsu - May
  • Goku - Quiet
  • Gomen nasai - I am sorry
  • Gurei (Nezumi-iro/Hai-iro/Guree) - Gray
  • Gure-pu - Grape
  • Gure-pufuru-tsu - Grapefruit
H

  • Hachi-gatsu - August
  • Hagane - Steel
  • Hai - Yes
  • Haiiro (Nezumiiro/Gurei/Guree) - Gray
  • Hakobune - Ark
  • Hana - Flower, Nose
  • Hanabi - Fireworks
  • Hanabira - Petal
  • Hanashi - Story, Talk
  • Hasu - Lotus
  • Hata - Flag
  • Hayaku - To hurry
  • Hentai - Weird
  • Hi - Flame
  • Hidoi - Terrible, Awful
  • Hige - Facial hair (eg: moustache, beard...)
  • Higurashi - Cicada
  • Hikari - Light
  • Hime (Oujo) - Princess
  • Hito - Person
  • Hitori - Alone
  • Hitozatohanareta - Lonely place
  • Hokori - Pride
  • Hon - Book
  • Hone - Bone
  • Hontou - Really?
  • Hoshi - Star
I

  • Ichi-gatsu - January
  • Ichigo - Strawberry
  • Iie - No
  • Ikari - Anger
  • Ima - Now
  • Inu - Dog
  • Irasshaimase - Welcome
  • Iro - Color
  • Ishi - Doctor, Will, Stone
  • Itami - Pain, Grief
  • Itshouni - Together
  • Iyana - Terrible, Horrible
J

  • Jigoku - Hell
  • Juu-gatsu - October
  • Juuichi-gatsu - November
  • Juuni-gatsu - December
K

  • Kaeru - To return
  • Kage - Shadow
  • Kagen - Last Quarter (Moon)
  • Kairaku - Pleasure
  • Kaizoku - Pirate
  • Kaju - Fruit Tree
  • Kaku - To draw
  • Kakkoii - Cool
  • Kami - Hair, paper, [-sama (usually)] God
  • Kamikakushi - Spirited Away
  • Kaminari - Thunder
  • Kanashimi - Sadness, Sorrow
  • Kanka - Lonely people
  • Kao - Face
  • Kawaii - Very Cute
  • Kayōbi - Tuesday
  • Kaze - Wind
  • Ken - Sword
  • Ki - Tree
  • Kieru - To Vanish
  • Kiichigo - Raspberry
  • Kiiro - Yellow
  • Kin - Gold
  • Kiniro - Gold (color)
  • Kinomi - Berry, Fruit
  • Kinyōbi - Friday
  • Kira - Killer
  • Kirei - Beautiful
  • Kiri - Mist
  • Kiseki - Miracle
  • Kishi - Knight
  • Kiuifuru-tsu - Kiwi Fruit
  • Kizuna - Bond
  • Koe - Voice
  • Koi (Ai/Renai) - Love
  • Koibito - Lover
  • Kokoro - Heart
  • Kokuou - King
  • Konbawa - Good evening/night
  • Konnichiwa - Good afternoon
  • Kore Wa - This is
  • Koseki - Ruins
  • Kotoba - Words
  • Koucha - Tea
  • Koukogakusha - Archeologist
  • Kowai - Scary
  • -Kun - Suffix to show friendship (used for boys) Eg: Tidus-kun
  • Kuchi - Mouth
  • Kuchibiru - Lips
  • Ku-gatsu - September
  • Kumo - Cloud
  • Kurai - Dark
  • Kuro (Kuroi) - Black
  • Kuroichigo - Blackberry
  • Kuso - Shit
  • Kyodai - Brother
L

M


  • Machi - City, town
  • Mahou - Magic
  • Mata Ashita - Goodbye
  • Me - Eyes
  • Megami - Goddess
  • Michi - Street
  • Midori - Green
  • Mikan - Mandarin
  • Mimi - Ear
  • Mirai - Future
  • Mizu - Water
  • Mizugashi - Fruit
  • Mizuiro - Light Blue
  • Mokuyōbi - Thursday
  • Momo - Peach
  • Momoiro - Rose (Color)
  • Mon - Gate
  • Monogatari - Tale, Story
  • Moumoku - Blind
  • Mugen - Infinite
  • Murasaki - Violet/Purple
N

  • Naka - Inside
  • Nakama - Comrade
  • Naku - To cry
  • Nami - Wave
  • Namida - Tears
  • Nande - Why?
  • Nani - What?
  • Naru - To become (something)
  • Nashi - Japanese Pear
  • Nasu - Eggplant
  • Natsumeyashi - Date (palm tree)
  • Neko - Cat
  • Nemuri - Sleep
  • Nemuru - To Sleep
  • Nezumi - Mouse, Rat
  • Nezumiiro (Haiiro/Gurei/Guree) - Gray
  • Nichiyōbi - Sunday
  • Ni-gatsu - February
  • Nihon - Japan
  • Nihongo - Japanese Language

O

  • Okaeri - Welcome home
  • Okami - Wolf
  • Okane - Money
  • Omedetou - Congratulations
  • Onaji - Same
  • Onna - Woman
  • Onnanoko - Girl
  • Ore (Boku) - I, me, mine (boys) (informal)
  • Orenji (Daidaiiro) - Orange
  • Osoroi - Same, Matching together
  • Oswari - Sit down
  • Otoko - Man
  • Otokonoko - Boy
  • Ou [-sama] - King
  • Ouji - Prince
  • Oujo (Hime) - Princess
  • Oukoku - Kingdom
  • Ouza - Throne
  • Owari - The end
  • Oyasumi - Good night
P

  • Painappuru - Pineapple
  • Pea - Pear
  • Pinku - Rose
Q

R


  • Remon - Lemon
  • Renai (Ai/Koi) - Love
  • Ringo - Apple
  • Roku-gatsu - June
  • Ryu - Drake
S

  • Sabishii - Lonely
  • Sagasu - To search
  • Sakura - Cherry Flower
  • Sakurando - Cherry
  • Samui - Cold
  • -San/Sama - Suffix to show respect (young people use it for older people)
  • San-gatsu - March
  • Sayonara- Goodbye
  • Seifu - Government
  • Seifuku - Conquest
  • Seigi - Justice
  • Sekai - World/Universe
  • Senchou - Ship's Captain
  • Sensei - Teacher
  • Senshi - Warrior
  • Sensou - War
  • Shi - Death
  • Shiawase - Hapiness
  • Shichi-gatsu - July
  • Shi-gatsu - April
  • Shima - Island
  • Shimata - Damn it
  • Shinjiru - To believe
  • Shinjitsu - Truth
  • Shinu - To die
  • Shiriai - Acquaintance
  • Shiro - White
  • Sogeki - Shooting, Sniping
  • Sogekihei - Sniper
  • Sono - That
  • Sora - Sky
  • Sore Wa - That is
  • Suiyōbi - Wednesday
T

  • Tabi - Journey
  • Taihou - Cannon
  • Taiyou - Sun
  • Taka - Hawk
  • Takara - Treasure
  • Takai - Death
  • Tama - Ball
  • Tamago - Egg
  • Tamashii - Soul
  • Tame - Sake
  • Tanjoobi - Aniversary
  • Te - Hand
  • Tegami - Letter
  • Ten - Heaven, Sky
  • Tengoku - Heaven, Paradise
  • Tenshi - Angel
  • Tetsu - Iron
  • Tomato - Tomato
  • Tomodachi - Friends
  • Tori - Bird
  • Tsubaki - Camelia
  • Tsuki - Moon
  • Tsumi - Sin
U

  • Umai - Delicious
  • Umi - Sea, Ocean
  • Umineko - Seagull
  • Unmei - Destiny
  • Uta - Song
  • Utau - To Sing
  • Uso - Lie
V

W


  • Wagamama - Selfish
  • Wakamono - Young people
  • Warai - Smile, Laugh
  • Warau - To laugh
  • Warui - Bad
  • Watashi - I, me, mine (both genders) (formal)
X

Y


  • Yabai - Oh shit
  • Yakusoku - Promise
  • Yami - Darkness
  • Yamikumo - At Random
  • Yaru - Give (To inferior) Eg: dog, plant
  • Yatsu - Fellow, Guy
  • Yoake - Dawn
  • Yoroi - Armor
  • Yorokonde - I would love to
  • Yoru - Night
  • Yume - Dream
  • Yuki - Snow
  • Yurikago - Cradle
  • Yuuki - Courage
Z

  • Za - Seat
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The numbers:
0: zero // rei
1: ichi
2: ni
3: san
4: yon // shi
5: go
6: roku
7: nana // shichi
8: hachi
9: kyū
10: jū
11: jūichi
12: jūni
13: jūsan
14: jūyon // jūshi
15: jūgo
16: jūroku
17: jūshichi // jūnana
18: jūhachi
19: jūkyu
20: nijū
30: sanjū
40: yonjū
50: gojū
60: rokujū
70: shichijū
80: hachijū
90: kyūjū
100: hyaku
101: hyakuichi
200: nihyaku
1.000: sen
2.000: nisen
10.000: man
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Family:
Mother: haha(-oya) [own]
Mother: o-kāsan [from someone else]
Father: chichi (-oya) [own]
Father: o-tōsan [from someone else]
Son: musuko
Daughter: musmue [own]
Daughter: o-jōsan [someone else's]
Sister: ane [older, own]
Sister: oneesan [older; someone else's]
Sister: imōto [younger]
Sister: imōto [younger; someone else's]
Brother: ani [older]
Brother: oniisan [older; someone else's]
Brother: otōto [younger]
Brother: otōtosan [younger; someone else's]

grandfather: sofu [own]
Grandfather: o-jīsan [someone else's]
grandmother: sobo [own]
grandmother: o-bāsan [someone else's]
Uncle: oji(-san)
Aunt: oba [own]
Aunt: o-basan [someone else's]
Husband: otto [own]
Husband: go-shujin [someone else's]
Wife: tsuma // kanai [own]
Wife: okusan [someone else's]

Family: kazoku
Parents: ryōshin // oya [own]
Parents: goryōshin [someone else's]
Child: ko // kodomo
sibling: kyōdai // shimai
cousin: itoko


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2 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 31st December 2009, 1:49 am

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I thought Watashi was Feminine and Boku was Masculine for I?
(shit, my rigid Japanese teacher's ways are coming baaaack in to my brain!)
Next thing you know I'm going to remember how to spell my name in hiragana. <--idk if I spelled that right.

3 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 31st December 2009, 1:52 am

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i know...
kame: turtle
xD
and.. doumo: hy
and dewa mata: bye

4 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 31st December 2009, 2:20 am

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StaticPlay27 wrote:I thought Watashi was Feminine and Boku was Masculine for I?
(shit, my rigid Japanese teacher's ways are coming baaaack in to my brain!)
Next thing you know I'm going to remember how to spell my name in hiragana. <--idk if I spelled that right.

Atashi is "I" for girls and Boku is "I" for boys while Watashi is "I" for both genders I think

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5 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 31st December 2009, 2:34 am

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thats right xD i could look up more words now - points at her lil dictionary - but im too lazy o,o

6 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 31st December 2009, 2:47 am

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@ashe12mariana wrote:
StaticPlay27 wrote:I thought Watashi was Feminine and Boku was Masculine for I?
(shit, my rigid Japanese teacher's ways are coming baaaack in to my brain!)
Next thing you know I'm going to remember how to spell my name in hiragana. <--idk if I spelled that right.

Atashi is "I" for girls and Boku is "I" for boys while Watashi is "I" for both genders I think

^^

Well, I don't know, that's what my teacher said.
whatever, Watashi/Boku is possessive not just I, it includes my, mine, that kind of stuff. So, I mean, it's a noun. Not just a word.
(the things I remember.-_-)
I should have said that earlier.

7 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 31st December 2009, 3:46 am

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Well, I only know "arigato" and "sayonara" which everybody knows, but I'll look for some other words in my mangas =)
Btw, I think that Yuki also means "princess", or at least is what I got from Vampire Knight

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8 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 31st December 2009, 4:46 am

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Arigatou/Domou: Thanks
Baka: Idiot
Tsubaki: Camelia
Hai: Yes


XD just this


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9 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 31st December 2009, 5:28 am

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uhm...I know some but they can't come in my mind.D:
think...D:

10 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 31st December 2009, 5:43 am

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@NoireJRose wrote:Well, I only know "arigato" and "sayonara" which everybody knows, but I'll look for some other words in my mangas =)
Btw, I think that Yuki also means "princess", or at least is what I got from Vampire Knight

i guess yuki means snow. i guess hime means princess. -searches for her dictionary-

Princess: ojo(o)
Snow: yuki

but i guess it's "Watashi saw an ojoo", but "This is Garnet hime"... i dont know o,o my dictionary says ojo, but i learned hime

11 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 1st January 2010, 4:22 am

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Some new words! ^^

Tampopo: I don't know it in english... it's that flower you can blow on
Ryu: drake
So: blue
Sei: Light blue
Kureha: white

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12 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 1st January 2010, 4:51 am

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@NoireJRose wrote:Some new words! ^^

Tampopo: I don't know it in english... it's that flower you can blow on
Ryu: drake
So: blue
Sei: Light blue
Kureha: white

o,o i guess blue is aoi; and white is shiroi.

13 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 1st January 2010, 5:02 am

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Some new words added.

Please go check the dictionary before telling me words (unless there's another way of saying some word that is already in the dictionary). Can anyone tell me how to say the days of the week in japanese?


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14 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 1st January 2010, 5:20 am

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@ashe12mariana wrote:Some new words added.

Please go check the dictionary before telling me words (unless there's another way of saying some word that is already in the dictionary). Can anyone tell me how to say the days of the week in japanese?

do you mean the wordgroup "days of the week" or monday, tuesday...?

Monday: Getsuyōbi
Tuesday: kayōbi
Wednesday: suiyōbi
Thursday: mokuyōbi
Friday: kinyōbi
Saturday: doyōbi
Sunday: nichiyōbi

in fact, "yōbi" also can be written as "yoobi", because the ō shows that the o is... long-drawn-out.

15 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 1st January 2010, 5:35 am

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KairiLightInsideSora wrote:

Monday: Getsuyōbi
Tuesday: kayōbi
Wednesday: suiyōbi
Thursday: mokuyōbi
Friday: kinyōbi
Saturday: doyōbi
Sunday: nichiyōbi

in fact, "yōbi" also can be written as "yoobi", because the ō shows that the o is... long-drawn-out.

Thank you :D


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16 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 1st January 2010, 5:39 am

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okay here are some:

Warui : Bad
Yorokonde : I'd love to
Midori : Green
Eiga : Film, Movie
Wakamono : Young people
Atsui : Hot
Samui : Cold


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17 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 1st January 2010, 11:55 am

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Desu: It is
Sora: Sky


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18 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 2nd January 2010, 2:47 am

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here the numbers. the first version is always the one which is prefered to the second one.

0: zero // rei
1: ichi
2: ni
3: san
4: yon // shi
5: go
6: roku
7: nana // shichi
8: hachi
9: kyū
10: jū
11: jūichi
12: jūni
13: jūsan
14: jūyon // jūshi
15: jūgo
16: jūroku
17: jūshichi // jūnana
18: jūhachi
19: jūkyu
20: nijū
30: sanjū
40: yonjū
50: gojū
60: rokujū
70: shichijū
80: hachijū
90: kyūjū
100: hyaku
101: hyakuichi
200: nihyaku
1.000: sen
2.000: nisen
10.000: man

oh, and another word for love: koi. and also renai means love. the verb [to cry] means naku

19 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 2nd January 2010, 5:28 am

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I spotted a mistake in the Japanese words~
Chiawase - Happiness is supposed to be Shiawase :3
And Chikyuu also means the Earth :3

20 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 2nd January 2010, 5:31 am

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TipiChan wrote:I spotted a mistake in the Japanese words~
Chiawase - Happiness is supposed to be Shiawase :3
And Chikyuu also means the Earth :3

Thank you :D


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21 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 2nd January 2010, 6:12 am

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sekai also means earth :3
sensou means war
kokoro means heart [not the organ]
iro is color
doushite means why
kore wa = this is
sore wa = that is
tsumi : sin
moumoku: blind

22 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 2nd January 2010, 6:33 am

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@KairiLightInsideSora: Sekai actually means world / universe.

Also...Hatsune Miku much? XD
("Koi wa sensou" *cough*)


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23 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 2nd January 2010, 6:44 am

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i know, but to me, world and earth are the same XDDDD

right i heard the song and wrote down the words i know XDDDDDDDD

24 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 2nd January 2010, 6:49 am

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Hahaha :lol:

Anyway, to be a little useful, I'll add some words too:

Takara : Treasure
Okane : Money
Seigi : Justice
Te : Hand
Ashi : Leg
Kumo : Cloud
Yuuki : Courage
Fune : Ship
Mikan : Mandarin


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25 Re: I'm Vidding It! Japanese Dictionary on 2nd January 2010, 7:16 am

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ill continue with family words

Mother: haha(-oya) [own]
Mother: o-kāsan [from someone else]
Father: chichi (-oya) [own]
Father: o-tōsan [from someone else]
Son: musuko
Daughter: musmue [own]
Daughter: o-jōsan [someone else's]
Sister: ane [older, own]
Sister: oneesan [older; someone else's]
Sister: imōto [younger]
Sister: imōto [younger; someone else's]
Brother: ani [older]
Brother: oniisan [older; someone else's]
Brother: otōto [younger]
Brother: otōtosan [younger; someone else's]

grandfather: sofu [own]
Grandfather: o-jīsan [someone else's]
grandmother: sobo [own]
grandmother: o-bāsan [someone else's]
Uncle: oji(-san)
Aunt: oba [own]
Aunt: o-basan [someone else's]
Husband: otto [own]
Husband: go-shujin [someone else's]
Wife: tsuma // kanai [own]
Wife: okusan [someone else's]

Family: kazoku
Parents: ryōshin // oya [own]
Parents: goryōshin [someone else's]
Child: ko // kodomo
sibling: kyōdai // shimai
cousin: itoko
relatives:

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