User talk:Nihonjoe

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Welcome to the English-Japanese Dictionary and Phrase Book!

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Japanese Dictionary - Unsorted
Japanese Hiragana Romaji English Polite/Casual
れい Rei Zero
いち Ichi One
Ni Two
さん San Three
し/よん Shi/Yon Four
Go Five
ろく Roku Six
しち/なな Shichi/Nana Seven
はち Hachi Eight
きゅう、く Kyuu, Ku Nine
じゅう Juu Ten
ひゃく Hyaku One Hundred
三百 さん ひ"ゃく San Byaku Three Hundred
六百 ろっぴゃく Roppyaku Six Hundred
お願いします おねがいします Onegaishimasu Please Polite
下さい ください Kudasai Please Polite
どうも どうも Doumo Thanks Very Casual
有難う ありがとう Arigatou Thank you Very casual
どうも有難う どうもありがとう Doumo Arigatou Thank you Casual
有難う御座います ありがとうございます Arigatou Gozaimasu Thank you Polite
どうも有難う御座います どうもありがとうございます Doumo Arigatou Gozaimasu Thank you Very polite
お早うございます おはようございます Ohayou Gozaimasu Hello (Morning greeting) Polite
お早う おはよう Ohayou Hello (Morning greeting) Casual
今日は こんにちは Kon`nichiwa Hello (Daytime greeting) Polite
今晩は こんばんは Konbanwa Hello (Evening greeting) Polite
おやすみなさい Oyasuminasai Good night (before bed)
もしもし Moshi Moshi Hello (On phone)
初めまして はじめまして Hajimemashite Nice to meet you Polite
どうぞ宜しくお願いします どうぞよろしくおねがいします Dōzo yoroshiku onegai shimasu Please be kind to me Polite
失礼します しつれいします Shitsurei shimasu I must be going/Goodbye Formal
(じゃ)また(ね) (Ja) mata(ne) Bye Casual
また明日 またあした Mata ashita See you tomorrow
済みません すみません Sumimasen Excuse me/I'm sorry/Thank you* Casual
御免なさい ごめんなさい Gomennasai I beg your pardon/excuse me Less formal
失礼しました しつれいしました Shitsurei shimashita Excuse me/I'm Sorry Formal
申し訳ありません もうしわけありません Moushiwake arimasen Excuse me/I'm Sorry Very Formal
さよ(う)なら Sayo(u)nara Goodbye Polite
ごきげんよう Gokigen`you Goodbye Very polite
はい Hai Yes
ええ Ee Yes Casual
いいえ Iie No
愛してる あいしてる Ai shiteru I love you
良いお年をお迎え下さい よいおとしをおむかえください Yoi otoshi wo omukae kudasai We wish you a happy new year Formal
良いお年を よいおとしを Yoi otoshi wo We wish you a happy new year Casual
こちらこそ Kochirakoso I'm the one who should be saying that**
にゃ~ Nya~ Meow (Cat)
わん Wan Woof, Bark (Dog)
げろ Gero Ribbit, Croak (Frog)
か~ Ka~ Caw (Crow)
め~ Me~ Baa (Sheep)
こけこっこ~ Kokekokko~ Cock-a-doodle-doo (Rooster)
が~ Ga~ Quack (Duck)
うき~ Uki~ Ook (Monkey, Ape, etc.)
がお~ Gao~ Roar (Big monster)
みんなさんは紫! Minnasan wa murasaki! Everyone is purple!
いぬ Inu Dog
ねこ Neko Cat
くま Kuma Bear
うま Uma Horse
さる Saru Monkey
さかな Sakana Fish
ぶた Butan Pig
麒麟 きりん Kirin Giraffe
ぞう Soo Elephant

1. *used to mean "thank you" if one is asking for a favor that is inconveniencing or difficult
2. **you'll see this in anime frequently translated as "That's my line."

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