- 1 How do you refer to your family in Japanese?
- 2 How do you say family in Japanese hiragana?
- 3 What is OBA SAN?
- 4 What does NII San mean?
- 5 What does Chan mean in Japanese?
- 6 What is Ojisan in English?
- 7 What is kazoku mean in Japanese?
- 8 What does Yare Yare?
- 9 What do Japanese call their parents?
- 10 What is Baba in Japanese?
- 11 Does Nii San mean brother?
How do you refer to your family in Japanese?
Referring to family members
- 母 【はは】 – mother.
- お母さん 【お・かあ・さん】 – mother (polite)
- 両親 【りょう・しん】 – parents.
- 父 【ちち】 – father.
- お父さん 【お・とう・さん】 – father (polite)
- 妻 【つま】 – wife.
- 奥さん 【おく・さん】 – wife (polite)
- 夫 【おっと】 – husband.
How do you say family in Japanese hiragana?
Kazoku – “Family” in Japanese.
What is OBA SAN?
Obasan and obāsan are Japanese words meaning ‘ aunt’ or ‘older woman ‘ respectively, sometimes found in English in anime and manga.
What does NII San mean?
In flashbacks, Sasuke always called Itachi “Nii-san”, which got translated to “brother” in the dub. Once the truth about Itachi is revealed Sasuke pretty quickly goes back to calling him Nii-san. Naruto always adds nee-chan to Shizune and Ayame despite not being related to either.
What does Chan mean in Japanese?
Chan (ちゃん) expresses that the speaker finds a person endearing. In general, -chan is used for young children, close friends, babies, grandparents and sometimes female adolescents. It may also be used towards cute animals, lovers, or a youthful woman. Chan is not usually used for strangers or people one has just met.
What is Ojisan in English?
oji-sannoun. ojisan can mean uncle or middle-aged man in Japanese.
What is kazoku mean in Japanese?
Kazoku, in Japan, the unified, crown-appointed aristocracy of the period 1869–1947, which replaced the feudal lords. The kazoku ( “flower family” ) class was created in 1869 as part of the Westernizing reforms of the Meiji Restoration. After 1889 this class composed the upper house of the Japanese legislature. 4
What does Yare Yare?
If you already watched or read JoJo’s Bizzarre Adventure in Japanese, you would know the iconic phrase by Jotaro Kujo: “やれやれ” -pronounced “Yare Yare”. The phrase is trasnlated to intrepretations such as “well well”, “good grief” and “give me a break.” It is a common expression in Japan used to show disappointment.
What do Japanese call their parents?
Currently, more than 60 percent of people between the ages of 18 and 45 call their parents “ Otosan (father) ” and “Okasan (mother),” while 32 percent go with “Papa” and “Mama.”
What is Baba in Japanese?
The Japanese word for grandmother is obaasan, sometimes shortened to baasan or baa-baa. Some Japanese children call their grandparents by the nicknames Jiji (from ojiisan) and Baba (from obaasan).
Does Nii San mean brother?
Older brother in Japanese is “Niisan” or “Oniisan”, but in your family it is used as “Ani”. I have also heard that “Aniki” can be referred as brother, but is more rude. I do not understand in what way it can be more rude, with that “ki”.