- 1 How do you praise in Japanese?
- 2 What is Sugoi?
- 3 What does II mean Japanese?
- 4 What are some cool Japanese words?
- 5 How do you compliment a singer in Japanese?
- 6 What is kakoi in Japanese?
- 7 What is Kimochi?
- 8 What Moshi Moshi means?
- 9 What is Yabai?
- 10 What is Dame Dayo in Japanese?
- 11 What is ii desu ne?
- 12 What is Goodnight in Japanese?
- 13 What is the prettiest Japanese word?
- 14 What is Baka mean in Japanese?
- 15 What does DEKU mean in Japan?
How do you praise in Japanese?
How to compliment in Japanese
- 素敵 [Suteki] – Fantastic! Beautiful!
- かっこいい [Kakkoii] – Cool!
- かわいい [Kawaii] – Cute!
- すばらしい [Subarashii] – Wonderful!
- 上手 [Jouzu] – You’re good at this!
- 優しい [Yasashii] – You’re so kind!
- 頑張っているね [Ganbatteirune] – You sure are working hard!
- 美味しい [Oishii] – Yummy!
What is Sugoi?
すごい (Sugoi) is a word that’s typically used when you’re left awestruck out of excitement or feel overwhelmed. This can be for any situation be it good or bad. A similar English expression would go somewhere along the lines of “Oh… Wow”.
What does II mean Japanese?
いい (ii): A very ‘good’ Japanese word. By locksleyu | February 24, 2014. 5 Comments. The Japanese word いい (also 良い or よい), roughly translated as “good,” has a variety of uses making it a “good” word indeed. It can be used to mean something that is morally “good,” of good quality, or sufficient in some way.
What are some cool Japanese words?
12 Beautiful Japanese Words You Have to Know
- Shinrinyoku (森林浴) You know that moment you walk through a forest and all of the natural, green light goes over you?
- Ikigai (生きがい)
- Itadakimasu (いただきます)
- Natsukashii (懐かしい)
- Wabi-Sabi (侘寂)
- Kanbina (甘美な)
- Mono-no-aware (物の哀れ)
- Furusato (ふるさと)
How do you compliment a singer in Japanese?
“Your [singing] voice is lovely.” 歌声がすごく綺麗ですよ 。 This is a strong compliment, rather than a casual remark.
What is kakoi in Japanese?
格好（かっこう）- Read as Kakkou 2. いい – Read as Ii. The former refers to the “Appearance” of someone or something whereas the latter is an adjective used to describe something as “Good”. When put together, these 2 words form Kakkoii, of which would be used to describe someone or something as “Good Looking” or “Cool ”.
What is Kimochi?
What is the meaning of kimochi in Japanese? Kimochi is a “feeling.” This type of feeling is usually one brought on by some stimulation and is something of a non-persisting state of feeling. Kimochii (with a long -ii sound) means “good feeling.”
What Moshi Moshi means?
“Moshi Moshi” as “Hello ” You’ve likely heard moshi moshi before, the expression used by Japanese people when they pick up the phone. The word moshi is derived from the verb “to say” in humble Japanese: ( 申 もう す).
What is Yabai?
yabai. Very bad or very good, depending on the context and the age of the speaker. Yabai is an adjective denoting that something is bad or dangerous. Its original connotations were that the speaker felt he or she was in imminent danger or was about to be inconvenienced.
What is Dame Dayo in Japanese?
damedayo ＝ not nice/ it shouldn’t be done / no good idea to do so etc
What is ii desu ne?
In conversational speech, いいですね (ii desu ne) with emphasis on the ne can be rendered as “that’s good,” while a flatly intoned いいです (ii desu) without a particle ending can be translated as “I’m good, thank you,” that is, a polite refusal. Likewise for それでいいです (sore de ii desu, that’s OK with me).
What is Goodnight in Japanese?
Generally, the Japanese expression for saying “goodnight” is “ おやすみ“(Oyasumi).
What is the prettiest Japanese word?
Kawairashii. Kawairashii is a pretty word to say that’s also the Japanese word you’d use to describe someone or something as being pretty. It also means lovely.
What is Baka mean in Japanese?
Baka is a Japanese word that means “ crazy,” “foolish,” or downright “stupid.” It can also be used as a noun for “a fool” or “a crazy or stupid person.” Anime and manga fans in the West have adopted the use of baka as a (usually joking) insult.
What does DEKU mean in Japan?
Overall, the word deku is a Japanese word that refers to a wooden doll or puppet. Traditionally, these dolls had no arms or legs. The word deku is also used as a teasing insult in Japanese to refer to a blockhead or dummy. The phrase implies that the person is as useless as a legless, armless wooden doll.