喪男

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kun’yomi
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おとこ
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kun’yomi
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だん
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yutōyomi

Etymology[edit]

From モテない (motenai, unpopular) + (man; male). モテない (motenai) was shortened to (mo) and was assigned the kanji (mo, mourning).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

()() or ()(おとこ) or ()(だん) (moo or mootoko or modan

  1. (Internet slang) unpopular man; unpopular guy

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