100 common Japanese phrases in manga anime

100 common Japanese phrases in manga anime part 5

100 common Japanese phrases in manga anime

100 common Japanese phrases in manga anime part

41. 警察(けいさつ)keisatsu – Poloce, cops. keisatsu da, nigero : The cops are here, run! keisatsu yobuyo: I called the cops.

42. 気 (き) ki – have many different meanings. yaruki : want to do. In some stories, it is used with the meaning: Qigong (in martial art).

43. 心(こころ)kokoro – Center, from heart: used when someone wants to pour their heart out. bokuno kokoroniha kimidakedesu. There is only you in my heart.

44. 殺す(ころす)korosu – To kill. Normally used as: koroshite kudasai : Kill me now! korosareta (has been killed/gotten rid of). korosu: I will kill you.

45. 怖い(こわい)kowai – Scary: Used to express the speaker’s fear. I’m so afraid! If you change the tone of your voice, it can sound mockingly: You’re so scary! I’m scared to death now.

46. 来る(くる)kuru – Come: This is an order, used to call someone. Normally used as: koi (vulgar). This is not used with your seniors and superiors, only used with your subordinates.

47. 魔法(まほう)mahou – Magic, sorcery. mahou wo tsukaeru ka? He can do magic?

48. 任せる(まかせる)makaseru – To entrust. watashini makasete kudasai. Don’t worry boss, leave it to me.

49. 負ける(まける)makeru – To lose … : For example. There is no way I’m gonna lose. There goes next round.

50. 守る(まもる)mamoru – To protect: For example kimiha orega mamoru “I will protect you” kuni wo mamoru : To protect the country.

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100 common Japanese phrases in manga anime part 6

51. まさか masaka – Could it be true that…? Don’t tell me… Used to guess. Could that be true? Don’t tell me that’s true. It means to show that you’re shocked or a little suspicious.

52. 待つ(まつ)matsu – Wait! Normally use matte : Wait!

53. 勿論(もちろん)mochiron – Of course. There is no doubt about it.

54. もう mou – Already done, enough… mou owari da : (our love) is over. Or everything is over (don’t be scared any more).

55. 娘(むすめ)musume – A girl, or an adorable girl (that you consider as your daughter). Normally used by the elders. When speaking, san is usually added after musume: musume san :Hey girl!

56. 仲(なか)naka – Used to refer to a relationship in a family or people who share the same value. For example, “Nakayoku suru” 仲良くする means “together” 仲間 “Nakama” means “close friend”.

57. 何 (なに)nani – What? This is a very familiar question, almost everyone who learns Japanese knows what it means. This is an unaddressed question, shouldn’t be used for older people. Only use it for younger people or your close friends.

58. なるほどnaruhodo – Oh, I see. Used to confirm what you’ve heard.

59. 逃げる(にげる)nigeru – To flee, run away…nigerou: Run!…

60. 人間(にんげん)ningen – Humanity, people. Used to refer to things that are related to human beings, personality, habit. ningenha souda – That’s how people are.

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