Bad Japanese Words!

What a pity! Too bad. Kawaisö! [f/m] Okinodoku. [f] #Hidoi-ne. [f] #Hidoi-na. [m] Yabai! [f/m] Ochitsuite! [f/m] Asenna-yo! [f/m] Wakarimasu-ka? [f/m] Wakatta. [f/m] Wakaru. [f/m] Wakaranai. [f/m] Ge-ge? [f/m] So dana. [f/m]

Stop your babbling!

Gatagata itten-ja nëyo! [m]

Stop complaining! Quit yer Butsu butsu iwanai-de! [f] bitchin'! Butsu butsu iu-na! [m] Monku bakkari iu-nayo! [m] Never mind. Ki-ni shinai-de. [f/m] Ki-ni sunna-yo. [m] Shibui. [f/m] Kakkoii. [f/m] Dasai. [f/m] Sugoi. [f/m] Sugë. [m] Hampa-ja nai. [m] Kakko warui. [f/m] Dasai. [f/m] What do you want ? Nani-yo?! [f] Nanda-yo! [m] Nanka monku aru-no-ka? [m] Nanka yö?! [f/m]

[The above three can express either sympathy or sarcasm, depending on the tone of your voice.] --R³

It's risky! Calm down!

Wizzer. Cool. Not-so-wizzer. Uncool. Awesome.

Do you understand? I understand. All right.

[Kakkoii is said especially about boys and cars.] --R³

I don't understand. Hunh? What? That's a good question. Well, how can I put it? I know.

Ugly. [as adjective -- see below for more]

Wakatteru. [f/m] Shitteru. [f/m]

[Wakatteru is for actions, meaning "Even if you hadn't mentioned it, I knew that" or "Okay, I'll do it. Stop nagging." Shitteru can be used for nouns & actions, such as "I know (her)" or "I know (how to get there)."] --R³

[Three basic, all -around good phrases to use when someone really slots you off. These phrases usually command respect, or at least allow you to establish yourself.] --R³

I don't know.

Shiranai. [f/m]

Do you want to say something ?!

these last two phrases are good to use.] --R³ Don't say stupid things! Baka iwanai-deyo! [f] Baka ittenna-yo! [m] Netenna-yo! [m] Uso! [f/m] Usotsuki! [f/m] Yada! [f/m] Honto? [f/m] Oshaberi! [f/m] Neboken-ja nëyo! [m] [Netenna-yo! translates as. the Japanese are also known for their persistence.] --R³ What you did was stupid! Baka-da! [f/m] You're crazy! Don't act stupid! Kichigai! [f/m] Baka yamete-yo! [f] Baka yamero-yo! [m] Baka yamena-yo! [f] Baka yatten-ja nëyo! [m] Fuzakenai-deyo! [f] Fuzakeruna-yo! [m] Fuzaken-ja nëyo! [m] Don't look at me! Kochi minai-deyo! [f] Kochi miruna-yo! [m] Miten-ja nëyo! [m] Jiro jiro minai-deyo! [f] Jiro jiro miruna-yo! [m] Gan tobashiten-ja nëyo! [m] Nante itta-noyo? [f] Nante ittan-dayo? [m] Dare-ni mukatte mono itten-dayo? [m] Nande sonna-koto iunoyo?! [f] Nande sonna-koto iundayo?! [m] Baka-ja nai! [f] Baka! [f/m] Tako! [f/m] Baka-yarö! [m] Baka-mitai! [f/m] Baka-mitau! [f/m] Baka-jan! [f/m] Don't stare at me! What did you say? Who do you think you're talking to? Why do you talk like that?! [Any of these last seven phrases can be used when someone slots you off. a simple Nanda-yo?! or Nanka yö?! works well.. It is used with a variety of words. simply tell them any of the following:] --R³ [-jan is a colloquial suffix coined in Yokohama. They translate as "Don't joke around with me!" or "Don't think I'm lower than you!" Phrases beginning with Baka can also be voiced with concern for a friend's irrational behavior.[Japanese are infamous for staring.] --R³ No way! Really? You've got a big mouth! Get your head out of your hoop! You're stupid! You look stupid! That's stupid! [Literally means. If these two fail. But then again. this phrase can be either funny or very harsh. "Wake up!"] --R³ Liar! [If you are positive a Japanese person is talking derogatorily about you. too. But be careful.] --R³ . "Aren't you half-asleep?" (..because of what you did/are doing) Depending on your tone of voice. To have them return to their own affairs. Compare with Namenna-yo! ("Don't frag with me!"). below. sometimes they are complimenting you.

] --R³ Leave me alone! You're noisy! Leave us alone! Leave him/her alone! You're boring! .That's a lie! Sonna-no uso-yo! [f] Sonna-no uso-dayo! [m] Uso bakkari! [f/m] Fukashi-jan! [m] Hottoke-yo! [m] Stop bothering me! Jama shinai-deyo! [f] Jama shinai-dekure! [m] Te-o dokete-yo! [f/m] Sawannai-de! [f/m] Forget it! (I've had enough!) Mö ii-yo! [f/m] Bulldrek! You shouldn't do that! Yoku iu-yo! [f/m] Dame-yo! [f] Dame-dayo! [m] Nande sonna-koto shitano? [f/m] Itta-töri-ni shite! [f] Itta-töri-ni shiro-yo! [m] Yamete-yo! [f] Yamero-yo! [m] Shitsukoi! [f/m] Hottoite-yo! [f] Hottoite-kure-yo! [m] Watashitachi-dake-ni shiteyo! [f] Bokutachi-dake-ni shitekure-yo! [m] Hottoke-ba! [f/m] Take your hand(s) off! Don't touch me! [Literally means. "How dare you say that!"] --R³ Why did you do such a thing? Do as I say! Get out of here! Get lost! Go Mukö-ni itte-yo! [f] away! Achi itte-yo! [f] Achi ike-yo! [m] Dokka ichimë-yo! [m] You'd better scram (like. yesterday)! Get the frag out of here! Come here! Ototoi koi! [m] Tottoto dete ike! [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] Stop it! [Use shitsukoi when someone is being overly persistent.

] --R³ Outcast. which literally means "man of 100 conquests.] --R³ Playgirl! Otoko-tarashi! (b/g>g) Roppongi gyaru. Both "Be quiet!" phrases can be used playfully between friends. imo nä-chan & imo në-chan are "potato boy" & "potato girl" meaning they are unfashionable. the Burakumin. Compair with hyaku nin giri. Lower-class (caste). Both this word and Eta (which is simply another way of saying it) are likely to make liberal -minded Japanese listeners squirm. Still no progress? Throw in a couple of urusën-dayo!'s. or that their talk is not -so-wiz. [f/m] Eta.] --R³ You pig! .] --R³ [These are the now-common slur-words for orcs & trolls.Shut up! Damatte-yo! [f] Damare-yo! [m] Kuchi ni chakku! [f/m] Shizuka-ni shite-yo! [f] (b>g) Shizuka-ni shiro-yo! [m] [Literally means. first you should say shizuka-ni shite kudasai.] --R³ Bimbo! Kyapi kyapi gyaru! (b/g>g) [This is a Japanese pronounciation of the English phrase.] --R³ [If in a simsense theater."] --R³ You're easy! Loose woman! Iero kyabu! (b/g>g) Koshu benjo! (b/g>g) Charai! (b/g>g) You slitch! You bitch! You whore! You slit! You slut! Home boy! Hick! Kono ama! (b/g>g) Yariman! (b/g>g) Kono baita! (b/g>g) Kono joro! (b/g>g) Kono imo! [f/m] Weakling! Impotent! Wimp! You ain't got cojones! You're ugly! [Means you are lacking in the brave department. "you have drek around your hoop-hole!"] --R³ [Both of these are the now-common slur-words for dwarvenfolk. etc. [f/m] Be quiet! [Still a taboo word today.] --R³ [Yariman means a girl who will go to bed with anyone.] --R³ [Kono kuso-ttare is literally. Burakumin. shizuka-ni shite-yo! or shizuka-ni shiro-yo! should do the trick. even though a sizeable group of Seattle "garbagescanavgers/information-traders" have taken to calling themselves. tavern. Therefore. (b/g>g) Ko gyaru. "you potato!" from the fact that potatoes are grown in the country. If there are no results."] --R³ Shorty! Short legs! [Ditto.. (b/g>g) Onna-tarashi! (g>b) Hyaku nin giri! [m] Chibi! [f/m] Gaki! [f/m] Tansoku! [f/m] Yowa-mushi! [f/m] Inpo! [f/m] Konjö nashi! [f/m] Busu! (b/g>g) (ugly girl) Geso! (b/g>b) (ugly boy) Buta! [f/m] Debu! [f/m] Stupid Asshole! You hoop-hole! You Asshole! Baka ka! [m] Playboy! Kono kuso-ttare! [m] Yaro-u! [m] Kono yaro! [m] [Onna-tarashi is a bad word to say to boys. Busu! is THE worst word to say to a girl. "happy happy girl.

] --R³ Fag! Effeminate! Lesbian! Okama! [f/m] [general] Okama poku! [f/m] (b/g>b) Okama pokute! [f/m] (b/g>b) Okama kusai! [f/m] (b/g>b) Rezu kusai! [f/m] (b/g>g) Atashi-wa! [f/m] (b/g>b) Homo! [f/m] (b/g>b) Rezu! [f/m] (b/g>g) Itachi! [f/m] (b/g>g) [overly masculine girl] Tachiyaku! [f/m] [the masculine "role"] Neko! [f/m] [the feminine "role"] Okoge! [f/m] (b/g>g) Onabe! [f/m] (b/g>g) Onnagirai! [f/m] (b/g>b) [woman hater] Otokogirai! [f/m] (b/g>g) [man hater] Otoko onna! (b/g>g) Otemba! (b/g>g) Gaikokujin! [f/m] Gaijin! [f/m] I-jin! [f/m] Jingai! [f/m] [Gaikokujin means. Red head. Kimpatsu.] --R³ Tea-colored hair. Kimpatsu means "blond hair. which literally means "alien. Wavy hair."] --R³ Blond-haired." It is considered more polite way of saying "foreigner" (as opposed to i-jin. while shiro & haku-jin are used for all caucasians. Ki-irogami. in general. [f/m] Patsukin.[These words refer derogatorily to metahumans. Carrot top. (Dumb) Blonde.. This word's double meaning is now frequently aimed at Dwarves. Another very bad word to say to a (human) girl.] --R³ Half-breed! Hafu! [f/m] Daburu! [f/m] Ainoko! [f/m] [Originally used in pre-Awakened times to refer to a person of mixed Japanese/{whatever} birth.) Yellow-haired.") Jingai is a play on gaijin with its syllables reversed. [f/m] or dyed.] --R³ White boy! Westerner! Caucasian! Haku-jin! [f/m] Yankï! [f/m] Ameko! [f/m] Shiro! [f/m] Kimpatsu! [f/m] [Yankï & shiro are Japanese slurs for white people. as you'll see below.] --R³ . the term hafu has become yet another meta-human slur. [f/m] Tomboy! Foreigner! (in general) [More than just a tad obsessed with those who look diffrent. [f/m] Kusekke. [f/m] [Unfortunately. these are also the all -to-common Japanese slur-words for we elvenfolk. Both are also said to girls and obese boys. Ameko & yankï (which comes from "yankee") are reserved for Americans in general. "person from outside the country. Bleachblond. [f/m] (b/g>g) Akage. (Bleached Chapatsu. which sounds 'cool' & foreigners don't understand it..

[f/m] Ketsu-no ana-no chïsaiyarö! [f/m] Namaiki iun-ja naiyo! [f/m] Kitanai! [f/m] Namenna-yo! [m] Namen-ja nëyo! [m] Nametenna-yo! [m] Zakennayo! [m] Brazilian (often meaning: of Nikei burajiru-jin. [f/m] Paki. those of European & African descent are judged by color. [f/m] Isuraeru-jin. Iranian. [f/m] Edokko. [f/m] ("Phony Gaijin") Kansai-jin. [f/m] Iran-jin. [f/m] [Dojin which literally means "earth person" is now used to refer to Dwarves and Orks. Banchopari. [f/m] Middle-Eastern. [f/m] Filipina (SE Asian or darkFiripina. Indo-jin. [f/m] Jewish. [f/m] Itako.] --R³ Aborigine. [f/m] (b/g>g) skinned Japanese). "Semicaucasian. [f/m] Japanese descent). [f/m] (b/g>g) Half-Korean/half-Japanese. Pakistani.Negroid! Koku-jin! [f/m] Braza! [f/m] ("Brother") Kurombo! [f/m] Dojin! [f/m] Ainu. Arabic. Vaguely south Asian-looking. [f/m] Arabu-jin. Italian. Chugokujin. [f/m] Kankoku-jin." Osakan or western Japanese. Israeli. [f/m] [Asian people tend to be viewed by nationality. (South) Korean.] Indian. (North) Korean.] --R³ [Literally means. [impolite] Chosen-jin. Tokyoan Japanese. You're narrow minded! Don't be so cocky! You're a dirtbag! Don't frag with me! Inchiki gaijin. Yuday-jin. Thai. [f/m] Tai-jin. Japayuki. [f/m] [Very impolite. Chinese. Koreanborn Japanese. "your hoop-hole is small!"] --R³ .

[f/m] (b/g>b) Tachi shon. [f/m] (b/g>b) Man shon.] --R³ Who do you think you are? Nani-yo anta?! [f] Nani-temë?! [m] Who the frag do you think Nan-dayo omae-wa?! [f/m] you are? Who the frag are you?! Damn it! Omae wa dare da?! [f/m] Chikusho! [f/m] Shonben. [f/m] Unko! [f/m] Unchi! [f/m] Kuso! [f/m] Frag you! Go to hell! [Usually said to yourself. but usually not to their face.] --R³ Pee. meaning "that creep. [f/m] (b/g>b) Oshikko. [f/m] (b/g>g) Tachishon shiteru.if someone says nanda-yo? ("What do you want?!") to you. [f/m] Noguso." can be friendly or not. expect to throw a few punches after saying this one. [f/m] (b/g>g) Unching style. Take a leak. just say one of the above and walk away (the winner).[Literally means "don't lick me!" A not-so-literal translation is "don't joke around with me!" or "don't think I'm lower than you!" -.] --R³ [Said about anyone doing anything. [f/m] Shishi.] --R³ [Serious fighting words! Usually said before or while the right hook is connecting!] --R³ . [Literally means "I'm going to hit you till you die!" This is a harsh phrase. You lookin' for a fight? You want to feel some real Itaime-ni?! [m] pain?! Let's finish this now! I'm going to kick your hoop! You dog!! You drekky little devil! Kerio tsuke-yöze! [m] Bukkoroshite yaru! [m] Drek! Temë kono-yarö!! [m] Kuso gaki! [f/m] Take a dump. depending on the circumstances.] --R³ You creep! You little rat! (Check this geek out!) Kono aitsu! [f/m] Nani koitsu! [f/m] None of your fraggin' business! Frag off! (Get away!) Temë no shitta koto ka! [f/m] Mukö itte-yo! [f] Dokka itte-yo! [f] Dokka ike-yo! [m] Hayaku inakunare-yo! [m] Hayaku kiena! [m] Urochoro shittenna! [m] Totto-to usero! [m] Zakennayo! [m] Kutabare! [m] Shinjimae! [m] Kenka uten noka? [m] [Aitsu.

[f/m] Chikan. [f/m] Kitanai-wane! [f/m] Regee no ojisan! [f/m] (literally.] --R³ Your "tool" is small! ["Heh.[All of these literally mean "feces". "Uncle Reggae") You're dirty! You're unclean! [Yet another way of derogatorily referring to metahumans. such as Kono sukebe! ("You freak!") or Kono hentai! ("You pervert!")] --R³ You're dirty minded! Squatter. [f/m] Regei. Abnormality. such as Americans say. but kuso can be said to yourself. we blew it! Cho-yabe! [f/m] Yabaiyo! [f/m] Ikkenai! [f] Ikkene! [m] Drek.] --R³ [Another Japanese slur for metahumans. Placing kono in front of the above four words. drek! Lewd! Vulgar! Sexual perversion. "it's not good!" Usually said to yourself. Homeless. [f/m] [Often used derogatorily to describe metahumans.mite! Kangaeta-mina! Think about it! . Etchi wa sotchi! [f/m] Furosha.] --R³ Gehin! [f/m] Sukebe! [f] Hentai. will direct the attention to one person."] --R³ Tansho! [f] (g>b) Funya chin! [f/m] (b/g>b) Kangaete. I fragged up! Oh. "Drek!"] --R³ Drek. [Literally means.

(doh-moh ah-ree-GAH-toh) D itashi mashite. (doh EE-tah-shee mosh-the) Hai. Nice to meet you Please Please Thank you You're welcome Yes No Excuse me I'm sorry Goodbye Goodbye I can't speak Japanese [well]. (oh-hah-YOH go-zigh-moss) Oyasuminasai. (HIGH) Iie. (GEN-kee dess) O-namae wa nan desu ka? Oh-NAH-mah-eh wah NAHN dess-KAH?) ____ Watashi no namae wa ____ desu. (SOH-reh deh-wah) Nihongo [yoku] hanasemasen. (nee-hohn-goh [yo-koo] hah-nah-she-mah-sen) Eigo o hanasemasuka? (AY-goh oh hah-nah-seh-moss-KAH?) Dareka eigo o hanasemasuka? (dah-reh-kah AY-goh oh hah-nah-she-moss-KAH?) ! ! Tasukete! (tah-soo-keh-teh!) Abunai! (ah-boo-NIGH!) Ohay gozaimasu. (wah-kah-ree-mah-sen) Toire wa doko desu ka? (toy-reh wah DOH-koh dess kah?) . thank you. (DOH-zo) D mo arigat . (hah-jee-meh-MOSH-teh) Onegai shimasu. (wah-TAH-shee no nah-mah-eh wa ____ dess) Hajimemashite. (goh-men-nah-sigh) Say nara. (oh-neh-gigh shee-moss) D zo. (oh-yah-soo-mee-nah-sigh) Wakarimasen. (sa-YOH-nah-rah) Sore dewa. (kon-nee-chee-WAH) O-genki desu ka? (oh-GEN-kee dess-KAH?) Genki desu. Do you speak English? Is there someone here who speaks English? Help! Look out! Good morning Good night I don't understand Where is the toilet? Phrases In Japanese Phonetic Pronunciation Konnichiwa. (soo-mee-mah-sen) Gomen-nasai.Phrases in English Hello How are you? Fine. (EE-eh) Sumimasen. What is your name? My name is ____ .

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