Otaku Dictionary – A to Z – Most spoken words in anime

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Most of us Otaku we always want to learn a little bit of Japanese, or to know the meaning of certain words that they find in anime and manga. Today we leave you a great dictionary with the most heard and used words in anime and manga.

This word list below is a simple list, with only one of the meanings of words that can have several. Without any romanization or detailed explanation. Still, I hope you like it.

Otaku dictionary - aaz - most spoken words in anime

Otaku words with the letter -A-

  • Aa, ee, um - yes (informal) "aa" is generally used by men, "one" only by women, and "ee" is used by all;
  • Abayo - see you later, something like I'll see you later. Depending on the situation, it may sound a little rude;
  • Abunai - dangerous; can sometimes be translated as “Watch out!” or “Get down!”;
  • Aburi - fried tofu;
  • Ahou - asshole;
  • Ai/ pissed- love;
  • Aite - opponent;
  • Aishiteru - verb to love. Used specifically for romantic love;
  • Aisuru - love, dear, heart (in that sense);
  • Aite - opponent, literally "the one I must face";
  • Akai - Red;
  • Akari - light;
  • Akirameru - surrender;
  • Aku - Evil. Samurai Jack's original enemy name;
  • Aku soku zan - literally, “eliminate evil instantly” (by Rurouni Kenshin);
  • Akuma - demon;
  • Ame - rain;
  • Anata - you;
  • Anata mo - you too;
  • Ane - eldest sister. Used when talking about the sister and she is not; but if you are talking directly to her, or to someone else's sister, use “onee”;
  • Anisan , older brother. The same rule applies as for a sister, and when speaking directly to a brother, the term is “onii”;
  • Ano - Uh ... Hmm ..;
  • Ano/sono/kono/dono/ -terms used before noun; mean, respectively: the one, this and which one?
  • Ano hi - literally, on this day
  • Ano hito - that person
  • Ano toki - That time
  • Anou - well..;
  • Ara, ore - oh, huh? Ara is used by men, and ore, by women;
  • Atarashii - new
  • Arigatou gozaimasu - thank you so much. More formal than “Arigatou”, but much less than Doumo Arigatou Gozaimasu;
  • Asa - morning
  • Asagohan/hirugohan/bangohan/gohan - specifically: breakfast, lunch, dinner, meal. Gohan, as many Dragonball fans may know, is cooked rice, an essential food for the Japanese;
  • Atama - head
  • Atsui - hot (temperature or heat)

Japanese words with the letter -B額隠 – 神秘的日本白布

  • Baka - Idiot
  • Baka mitai - You are stupid to hurt!
  • Bakayarou - idiot, asshole
  • Bakana - impossible, absurd
  • Bakemono - monster, haunt - literally, "monstrous thing". A more appropriate term for a monster would be “obake”;
  • Banzai - shout of encouragement, used in cheering (raises your arms three times while shouting this);
  • Be-da - Said while the character shows someone the tongue. More or less the equivalent of “Nana-nana-nããã!”
  • Bento - the equivalent of “lunchbox” or “lunchbox”;
  • Betsu ni - particularly. Often translated in the negative sense, as "nothing", "not really", etc;
  • Bishounen - handsome guy
  • Bishoujo - beautiful girl
    Bijin - beautiful woman (cat)
  • Bijutsu - art
  • Boku - Me (said by man)
  • Bouzu - informal and insulting way of referring to a boy; interestingly, it is also a term for "Buddhist monk";
  • Budo - philosophy, guide, moral codes that guide martial arts fighters;
  • Bushido - samurai code of honor. One of its fundamental principles is "death rather than dishonor it";
  • Busu - ugly woman, witch
  • Buta - pig

Dictionary otaku letter -C額隠 – 神秘的日本白布

  • Che - irritation sound
  • Chi - blood
  • Chibi - Small
  • Chigau - different
  • Chikara - strength, power
  • Chikusho - exclamation of frustration. Like “mer…!”
  • Chikyuu - Planet Earth)
  • Chiisai - small, tiny
  • Chotto matte! - Wait! Wait a minute! (chotto means, among other things, a little, or a short time)
  • Chotto matte kudasai - Please wait;

Otaku words with the letter -D-

  • Da yo ne - It’s not like this?
  • Daijoubu - Everything is fine, or I’m fine;
  • Daijoubu ou Daijobu ka? - Are you okay?
  • Daikon - large Japanese radish
  • Daimyo - feudal lord, just above the samurai
  • Daisho - traditional pair of swords carried by samurai, composed of katana (long sword) and wakizashi (short sword)
  • Daisuki desu/da - I love you;
  • Dakara - so therefore
  • Damaru - Be quiet, Silence
  • Damare - Shut up!
  • Damasu - trick
  • Damasareru - be tricked
  • Dame - bad, no good, or forbidden
  • Dame da! - Do not do it! Cut that out! It’s useless, give up!
  • Dare? - Who?
  • Dareka - somebody
  • Daremo - nobody
  • Daredemo - Worldwide
  • Demo/datte - But… (datte is the most formal version)
  • Denki - electricity
  • Densetsu - legend, legendary
  • Denwa - telephone; denwa bangou is phone number
  • Dewa - well ... then ... (polished shape)
  • Dim Sum - Chinese stuffed dumplings (Yamcha would be a Japanese corruption of the name)
  • Desu - to be
  • Doko - Where?
  • Dojo – martial arts training room
  • Doki doki - onomatopoeia for heartbeat, can be used to express anxiety
  • Doko ni? - Where is…?
  • Dou iu koto da - what are you talking about?
  • Doush’tano? - What's going on ?, What's the matter?
  • Doush’te - Because?
  • Dou Itashimashite - You're welcome;
  • Douzo - Here it is;
  • Doumo - Thanks;
  • Doumo arigatou gozaimasu - Thank you very much (very formal);
  • Doushita _ What? What happened? What is the problem?
  • Doushite - Because? Why not? How so ?, etc.
  • Douitashimashite - That nothing, no problem;

Dictionary Japanese letter -E-

  • Ee - Yeah!
  • Ebi - shrimp
  • Ecchietchi- perverted
  • Edamame - green bean
  • Eiga - movie
  • Eigo – English (language)
  • Eki - train station
  • Engawa - balcony typical of Japanese houses; it also serves to designate the place where people leave their shoes before entering;
  • Enkai - party or banquet
  • Erabu - choose, select

Words starting from -F-

  • Fugu - puffer fishFuku - clothes
  • Fumetsu no Senshi-tachi - Eternal Warriors
  • Fune - dinghy or ship
  • Fushigi - magical, mysterious
  • Fureru - touch (someone)
  • Furigana - those small letters that are next to the kanji in the manga balloons, and Japanese children's books too. Kind of a guide, they help to pronounce words that you don't know yet
  • Furo (or ofurô) _ typical Japanese bath
  • Furui - old
  • Futari - two people
  • Futatsu - two (used when counting things)
  • Futon - Japanese sleeping mattress
  • Fuu - wind
  • Fuzakeru - play, do nonsense

Japanese words with the letter -G-

  • Gaijin - literally, "outsider"; term used to designate foreigners. It would be more polite to use “gaikofujin”
  • Gaki - young, immature person (can be translated as “punk” or brat)
  • Gakko - school
  • Gakusei - student
  • Ganbaru, ganbatte ne! - Force! Do the best you can!
  • Ganbatte kudasai - Good luck
  • Genki - energy, literally. It can be used to designate a cheerful, lively person;
  • Genki da ne - Cheer up, take care
  • Genki desu - I am fine
  • Getsu - month
  • Gyunyu - cow milk
  • Gyuniku - beef
  • Go - five
  • Gochisousama (deshita) - more or less “thank you for the food”, used to say that you are satisfied;
  • Gomen - Excuse me
  • Gomen nasai – More polished form of apologize
  • Goten - sky

Otaku words with the letter -H-

  • Ha - blade or toothHachi - eight
  • Hai - Yea
  • Hairu - get in
  • Hajime - beginning
  • Hajimete mite - is the first time I see this
  • Hajimemashite - nice to meet you
  • Hayaku - Quickly!
  • Han - half, as in hanyou, half-demon
  • Hana - flower
  • Hanase - imperative form of the verb hanasu, to loosen. Often translated as “drop me,” “drop me!”
  • Hanashi - history, news
  • Hanash’te - Tell me!
  • Hane - wing, feather
  • Haru - spring
  • Hayaku - quickly
  • Hasami - scissors
  • Hen - weird
  • Henshin - physical transformation (word used in Sailor Moon)
  • Hentai - literally "stranger", does not necessarily mean "pervert". It seems that the misunderstanding came from the North American-born habit of using the word to designate pornographic anime.
  • Henshin - to transform
  • Hikari - light
  • Hidari - left
  • Hidoi - How horrible!
  • Hime - Princess
  • Himitsu - secret
  • Hiretsukan - Bastard, bastard
  • Hi - fire, earth (planet) “Hi no Tori” would be Bird of Fire;
  • Hito - person (noun)
  • Hitokiri - killer, shredder
  • Hitotsu - One (when you're telling things)
  • Honki de - seriously
  • Hoshi - star, planet
  • Honto? - What?
  • Honto ni - Really, truly
  • Hontou desu - It is true
  • Hontou desu ne - "It's true, isn't it?"
  • Hontou ni? - and even?
  • Hontou - It's the truth;
  • Houshi - priest
  • Hoshi - Star

Japanese words with the letter -I-

  • Ichiban – the first, the best, the favoriteIe - House
  • Ichi - a number)
  • Ii - good cool; “Ii ne” means “Cool, right?”,
  • Iie, iya - No (the second is more informal)
  • Iinazuke - groom, bride
  • Ika - octopus
  • Ikari - fury, anger
  • Ikenai - literally, forbidden, unacceptable. Corresponding to our 'Oh, no!'
  • Ikiru - to live
  • Ikite Iru - alive
  • Ikisho/Ikuzo - Come on!
  • Ikimasho - Let's go!
  • Ikura desu ka - how much? (ikura is how much)
  • Ima - Already, now
  • Ima yamero - Stop right now!
  • Ima sugu - Immediately
  • Imoto, imouto - younger sister
  • Inochi - life
  • Inu - puppy
  • Iirrashai mase - ¡Bienvenido! Más utilizado en restaurantes y tiendas, para saludar a los clientes;
  • Iro - color
  • Isogashii - occupied
  • Isogu - quickly
  • Isoide - literally, "be in a hurry"
  • Itachi - weasel, talkative person. Here I am a bit in doubt, because the vocabulary from which I got this word was in English, and there, “weasel”, the English translation of Itachi has these two meanings;
  • Itai - There!
  • Itooshi - loved
  • Ittai dare/nanda ka? - Who / what the hell is this?
  • Ittemairimasu - I’m going (way + formal and cultured)
  • Ittekimasu - I’m going (more informal)
  • Itte rasshai – "Please come back safely", or rather, "see you later." Answer given to itekkimasu;

Anime words with The Letter -J-

  • Jaa - same as “dewa”, only more informal
  • Ja mata/ mata na - See you later, bye (casual)
  • Ja ne/ ja na - Same as “already kills”
  • Janken, or Jan ken pon _ the famous “stone, paper, scissors”;
  • Jibun - same (myself, etc.)
  • Jikai - next time
  • Jigoku - Hell
  • Jinchuu - Land Justice; also translated as “revenge”
  • Jinzouningen - Artificial Human, Android
  • jin - suffix for person, in the sense of nationality. Ex: Buradirujin = Brazilian, Namekuseijin = Namekiano
  • Jitsu wa - in truth
  • Joshikousei - women's gym
  • Jou-chan - something like "little lady"; corruption of “josei” (woman). Ojousan would be more formal
  • Joudan ja nai - Is playing!
  • Juu - ten
  • Juuhachigou - Number 18
  • Juurokugou - Number 16
  • Juunanagou - Number 17
  • Juunishi –Japanese version of the Chinese Zodiac

Most spoken words with the letter -K-

  • Ka - suffix used in interrogation;
  • Kaerimashou - Let’s go home;
  • Kaesu - give back
  • Kaketsu - heroic
  • Kakkoii - cool!
  • Kamawanai - I do not mind!
  • Kanai – wife - when you humbly refer to your
  • Kanarazu - I swear! or Whatever it takes!
  • Kanji - perception, feeling. Also used to designate Chinese characters used in Japanese writing;
  • Kanojo - her, girlfriend
  • Kanpeki - Perfect
  • Kao - face
  • Kaori - perfume
  • Karasu - Crow
  • Kare - he, boyfriend
  • Kasa - parasol
  • Kasan ou kasaan - Mommy
  • kawa/gawa - River
  • Kawaii - cute
  • Kaze - wind
  • Kazoku - family
  • Kega - injury
  • Keikan - Police officer
  • Keisatsu - police
  • Ken - sword
  • Kendou - modern Japanese fencing
  • Kenshi - swordsman
  • Kenshin - "Spirit of the Sword"
  • Keredo/kedo - but, though, nevertheless
  • Ketai denwa - cell phone
  • Ki - Literally "spiritual essence" or air. It also means tree
  • Kiero - Get out! Get out! (from kieru, disappear)
  • Kikai - machine
  • Kikouha - Ki ball
  • Kimi - you
  • Kimi wo aishiteru - I love you
  • Kimochi - feeling, emotion, pleasure
  • Kin - gold
  • Kiôdai - giant (remember the Changeman?)
  • Kizu - injury, wound
  • Ki o tsukete - Be careful;
  • Kirei - beautiful, pretty
  • Kitsune - Fox
  • Kocchi yo! - On here! It is here, look!
  • Kochira/ sochira/ dochira ( ou kochi, sochi, dochi) – here, there
  • Kodomo - kid
  • Koe - voice
  • Koekeishiya - successor
  • Koi - various meanings, including “love” and “carp”. It is also the imperative form of the verb kuru (to come), and in this case it means "come here!"
  • koishii, koibito - loved, dear
  • Kokoro - heart
  • Konban wa - Goodnight
  • Koneko - kitten
  • Konnichi wa - Hello good afternoon
  • Kono tabi - this time
  • Kono tsugi (no) - next time
  • Kono yarou - You fool!
  • Korosu - to kill
  • Kotae - answer, solution
  • Kotaeru - Answer!
  • Kotowaru - decline; for example, refusing to fight;
  • Kowai - scared, frightened
  • kun - suffix added to the boy name;
  • Kuso - M…, bost… you understood;
  • Kuso Tare - Equivalent to “son of…”
  • Kyuu/ ku - nine

Letter -L-

  • Li Kara! - Okay !, in the sense of "Okay, you don't have to talk at a time like this!"

Letter -M-

  • Maa, maa - calm - equivalent to the American "now".
  • Maa na - I think so, I think
  • Maboroshi - illusion; figuratively, it can mean mystical. For example, the expression “Maboroshi no tsuki” (from Visions of Escaflowne) means “Mystical Moon”;
  • Machigainai - unquestionable; as interjection, it can be translated as “I was right”, “there is no way to make mistakes”, etc;
  • Mada - not yet
  • Mae - forward, in front of, forward
  • Mainichi - all day, daily
  • Majin - demon
  • Majo - witch
  • Makeru mon ka – I won't / I can't give up!
  • Makura - pillow
  • Mamonaku – logo
  • Mamoru - protect (original name of Darien from Sailor Moon)
  • Maru - circle
  • Masaka - It can not be! Impossible!
  • Mata - again
  • Matte kudasai - Please wait. most polished form of matte yo;
  • Matsu - festival
  • Mattaku - Xiiii, give me life, for God's sake!
  • Matte yo! - Wait!
  • Me - eye
  • Michi - road, street
  • Migi - right
  • Mimi – ear
  • Minna - everyone
  • Mirai - future
  • Miso - fermented bean paste, generally used in soups (misoshiru)
  • Mizu - Water
  • mo – a suffix; it can mean many things, but mainly "also", "and". Ex: watashi mo = and me too
  • Mochi - popular Japanese sweet, consisting of mashed rice until it gets the consistency of marshmallow
  • Mochiron - it is clear!
  • Moko-dono - genre
  • Momo - peach
  • Mono - thing, object
  • Mononoke - vindictive spirit (I read it once in an article about Inuyasha that would be the pejorative name given to youkai)
  • Mori - Forest
  • Motsu – various meanings, such as "carry", "have", or "get hold of";
  • Moshi-moshi - Hello? (on the phone)
  • Mou sukoshi - a little more
  • Murasakige - “Purple hair” (who will it be?);)
  • Musume - daughter; in Rurouni Kenshin, the expression “itachi musume” would be “gossip girl”, “vixen”, or, more literally, “daughter of a vixen”
  • Muzukashii - difficult

Nihongo words with Letter -N-

  • na - suffix of negative / imperative meaning. For example, "miruna" means "don't look"
  • Nai - no, in the sense of “nothing”
  • Nakanaide kudasai - Don't cry, please (more formal way; the short form is nakanai de)
  • Namae - Name
  • Nan / nani - What?
  • Nanda or Nan da yo? - What's that? What did you say?
  • Nan da kore - What is this?
  • Nan demo nai - Is nothing!
  • Nande kuso? - Who is this?
  • Nan de sute _ What did you say?
  • Nande yo? - What the hell was that?
  • Nani (yo)? - What?
  • Nani ikimashita or Nande-koto-wa? - What happened?
  • Nanika - something
  • Nani mo - Never mind, it doesn't matter
  • Nani mono da? - Who are you? (rude way)
  • Nani yatten no / nani shitteru no - What are you doing?
  • Natsu - verano
  • Naze - Because?
  • Negai ga kanaerareru - Desire fulfilled
  • Neko - cat
  • nezumi-/-o-nezumi - mouse
  • Ni - two (number)
  • Nigeru - to run away
  • Nihon, Nippon - Japan
  • Nihongo - Japanese (language)
  • Nihonjin - Japanese (nationality)
  • Niku - beef
  • Niji - Rainbow
  • Nikui - hateful (Naruto often refers to Sasuke like that)
  • Nikuma - pork dumplings
  • Ningen - human
  • Nioi - smell
  • no - term used to express possession or adjective Exs: Hikari no Ken = Sword of Light; watashi no teki - my enemy (literally, enemy of me ^ _ ^)
  • Noboru - climb
  • Nodoka - calm, peaceful
  • Nyaa - meow (that’s right)

Anime Words Letter -O-

  • Obasan - aunt
  • Obaasan - grandmother
  • Obaba - great grandfather; can also be used in a pejorative sense, to say “old”
  • Obake - ghost, monster
  • Oboeru - remember, memorize, learn
  • Obou - monk
  • Ochitsuke - Calm down!
  • Ohayo, Ohayo gozaimasu or Ohayo gozaimas - Good Morning
  • Odoroku - be surprised
  • Ohisashiburi - How long!
  • Oiishii - delicious
  • Ojousan - girl, daughter (from someone else)
  • Oji-san - uncle; also used as a respectful term for an older man
  • Ojii-san - Grandfather; also used as a respectful term for a MUCH older man
  • Okaeri (nasai) - Welcome! (for someone back home)
  • Okane - cash
  • Okashii - funny, laughable, or weird
  • Okashira - commander or chief
  • Okiru - getting up, waking up
  • Okusan - another's wife
  • Omae - you; it is kind of offensive, used only with more intimate people or with someone you don't agree with;
  • Omoi - heavy
  • Omoidasu - to remember
  • Omoidatta - I remember;
  • Omoshiroi - interesting
  • Onaji - equivalent to, equal
  • Onegai - Oh, please, yes?
  • Onee - older sister (informal: “onee-chan”, polite: “onee-san”)
  • Oniisan - Big brother, big brother
  • Oni - Demon or spirit
  • Onigirii - rice balls; nickname given to Tohru (from Fruits Basket) by colleagues, in childhood
  • Onna - woman
  • Onna no ko no baka - Stupid woman (Vegeta, referring to Bulma)
  • Onore - Why, you dirty ...! How dare you…… etc;
  • Ore / Pray - I; slang, generally used by boys
  • Osanai ningyou - worthless doll
  • Ossu! - Hi, what's going on?
  • Ou – King
  • Ouji (sama) - Prince
  • Oujou (sama) - Princess
  • Ookii - big, wide
  • Osoi - evening
  • Osoku - slowly
  • Osuwari - sit down! (command apparently used for dogs… or half-youkai, hehe;))
  • otaku - although in America it is used to designate an anime / manga fan, originally it means a fan of those obsessed, who cannot speak or think about another subject
  • Otoko - men
  • Otona - adult
  • Otou-san- Dad
  • Otou-chan - (more informal) - father
  • Otto - husband
  • Owari - End; like “The End” in English stories;
  • Oyaji - old (familiar term and not very respectful)
  • Oyasumi (nasai) - good evening

Words of the manga Letter -P-

  • Paku – sound made by fish in the waterDad - pie
  • Pan - bread
  • Pinchi - danger
  • Piyo - Tweet tweet
  • R King - soul, ghost; it also means zero and is the command used for people to bow on formal occasions (school, meetings, etc.)Roku –six
  • Rurouni - vagabond, wandering person. In fact, this word does not officially exist in Japanese vocabulary: it was created by the author of Rurouni Kenshin, combining rounin (samurai without a boss) and rurou (vagabond)
  • Ryoukai - message received and understood. Exchange!
  • Ryu - school or style; for example, a style of fencing;
  • Ryuu - Dragon

Words starting with -S-

  • Leave - sound with several meanings, usually when the person wants to avoid comments; in this case it can be something like: "I don't know ..." "Sa", short like that, means "okay, come on".
  • Sabishii - lonely
  • leaves - suffix, used to count years. For example, “nan-sai desu ka” means “how old are you?”
  • Saiyan no Ouji - Prince Saiyajin (who will it be?);)
  • Saji - Spoon
  • Sakana - fish. Kanassa, the race exterminated by Bardock in the film "The Father of Goku", comes from that word;
  • Sakura - Cherry Blossom
  • sama - suffix added to a name, indicating deep respect
  • Samui - cold
  • san - suffix added to name, indicating respect, but less than sama. Equivalent to "sir", "mistress", but it can also be used between brothers. It also means "3";
  • Sanpo - walk
  • Saru - monkey
  • Sasuga wa - something like “nothing less than expected”
  • Satou - sugar
  • Satsujinsha, satsuji - assassin
  • Know - fault. "Omae don't know!" = It's your fault!
  • know - suffix for planet Ex: Namek-sei or Namekusei = Planet Namek
  • Seifuku - uniform
  • Seigi - justice
  • Senpai - older student, veteran, or any higher on a hierarchical scale
  • Sensei - teacher
  • Senshi - warrior, soldier
  • Sit down - squad, battle group
  • Seiyuu - voice of actor or actress (obviously referring to dubbing)
  • Shakkin - debt (cash)
  • Shi / youn - four
  • Shikashi - however, but (polished)
  • Shikata ga nai , shou ga nai- There is no way to avoid
  • Shimatta - Damn it!
  • Shimasen - Do not do it!
  • Shimpai janai, shimpai na - Do not worry;
  • Shinanaide - Do not die!
  • Shine! - Die! (both forms come from the verb shinu, of obvious meaning)
  • Shinjiru / shinjite - to believe
  • Shinma - literally "demon gods", name of the supernatural beings of Vampire Princess Miyu
  • Shinpai na - Don't worry (shinpai is worrying)
  • Shinjitsu - truth
  • Shiro - castle, white (color)
  • Shishou - old, a term sometimes used to refer to “master”, in some Japanese art (not necessarily involving fighting)
  • Shita - under, underneath
  • Shitsukoi - persistent, only
  • Shitsure shimasu - Excuse me formally. Literally "Forgive the offense I am committing."
  • Shizuka - calm, peaceful
  • Shizuka na! - "Shut up!" or "When I want your opinion, I ask!"
  • Shogun - feudal lord
  • Shoji - those sliding panels, made with rice paper, from Japanese houses
  • Shounen - boy
  • Shoujo - girl
  • Shouyuu - Possession
  • Sora - sky (firmament)
  • Sore - this
  • Soredemo - but however
  • Soro soro - soon, it's almost time, it's time for… etc;
  • Soshite - and then
  • I'm from yo na - It's like that, isn't it?
  • Am I ka? - and even?
  • I'm already nakute - That is not what I wanted to say ..;
  • I'm in - No! - in the sense "It can't be!" "No way!"
  • Am I? - Isn't that right?
  • Sou na/Sou da - Yeah, basically;
  • Subarashii - incredible, wonderful, magnificent
  • Subete - everything
  • Sugoi - Nice! Amazing!
  • Suki - like, feel affection (or even love)
  • Sukoshi - a little bit
  • Su (m) imasen - With license (formal)
  • Suna - sand
  • Sumanu / sumanai / sumimasen - polite variations of "sorry", "excuse me", "I'm sorry";
  • Suteki - great, wonderful
  • Suzume - sparrow

Otaku words with letter -T-

  • Tabemono - foodTaberu - eat
  • Tabun - probably
  • Tada - just, merely
  • Tadaima - I arrived! (at home)
  • Taihen da! - It's terrible!
  • Takai - tall, expensive
  • Tako - octopus; often used as an insult (as a compliment it couldn't be…;))
  • Taisetsu - important, precious, special
  • Taishou- capitán, comandante
  • Tamago - egg
  • Tamashii - soul; Tama, from Shikon no Tama (the Jewel of Four Souls from Inuyasha) comes from there;
  • Tame ni - for the sake of someone or something
  • Tanikoku - anyway..;
  • Tanjoubi - birthday
  • Tanoshii - fun, enjoyable
  • Taousu - defeat, win (in battle)
  • Tashika ni - It is true..;
  • Tasukete kudasai - Help please
  • Tatakai - fight, battle
  • Tatakau - fight
  • Tatte - Raise!
  • Te- hand
  • you - all verbs ending in te, as well as de, ke, ge or be are in the imperative;
  • Tegami - Letter
  • Teki - enemy
  • Tenchuu - divine justice
  • Tengoku - Heaven, Paradise
  • Tenka Ichi Budoukai - Biggest Tournament Under the Skies
  • Tenki - time weather)
  • Tenshi - Angel
  • Tetsu - iron
  • Tetsudau - help
  • Tobu - fly, jump
  • Tokatsu - literally, special effects, but it is also used to designate live-action series like Juspion, Ultraman, etc;
  • Toki - time
  • Tokidoki – sometimes, once in a while
  • Tomeru - Make it stop! Stop him! (from the verb tomaru, to stop the movement of something)
  • Tomo (dachi) - friend
  • Tonari - next to
  • Tonikaku - anyway
  • Log - tiger (torah, torah! ^ _ ^)
  • Toui - far (pronounced tooui)
  • Tousan - Daddy
  • Tsubasa - wings (pair of)
  • Tsuchi – earth, ground, soil
  • Tsugi – next
  • Tsukareta - tired, fatigued, exhausted
  • Tsumari - in other words..;
  • Tsumetai - cold (on the surface of something, not room temperature)
  • Tsunami - seaquake
  • Tsuyoi - strong, powerful
  • Tsuzuki - continuation; “Tsuzuku” corresponds to ours: “Continua” at the end of the chapter of a story, episode on TV, etc;

Letter -U-

  • Uchi – home
  • Uchû - universe
  • Ude - arm
  • Ue –top of something
  • An - horse
  • One and - plum
  • Umeboshi - plum pickle; usually placed inside the onigir (see Onigiri)
  • Umi - Sea, beach; original name of Marine (Rayearth)
  • Unagi - eel
  • Unmei - destiny
  • Uragirimono -traitor
  • Ureshii - happy; can be used as an interjection to say: "I'm so happy" or "Iuupii!"
  • Urusai - noisy; used as an exclamation, it means "shut up, be quiet!"
  • Usagui - Bunny; Serena's original name (for some mysterious reason, Japanese and Chinese associate the rabbit with the Moon)
  • Ushi – cow, buffalo
  • Usse –e - see second meaning of urusai
  • Usotsuki - liar
  • Uso yo! – It's a lie! No way! Other variations: Ussou! I use it!
  • Uta - song poem
  • Utau - sing

Meaning Words Letter -W-

  • Way – Go!
  • Wakaranai / wakarimasen - I do not understand. (the first is informal, the second, polished)
  • Wakasa - youth
  • Wakatta - I understood;
  • Wan, wan - Au, au!
  • Wana - trap
  • Warau - verb to laugh; often used in the sense of "Don't make me laugh." (villain)
  • Wari Wari - Okay, okay, sorry
  • Wasabi, wassabi - strong root
  • Watashi - Me (standard polished form)
  • Watashi na otetsudai - I'm stuck here;
  • Watashi wa shinanai - I do not want to die!

Meaning of Anime Words Letter -Y-

  • Yabai – miserable (situation) As interjection: “Oh-oh” “It's bad”, etc.
  • Yada - No way!
  • Yakusoku - Promise;
  • Yama - mountain, as in Fujyiama = Mount Fuji;
  • Yamero! - Wait! Stop this! it can also be “Yamete!” or “Yamenasai!”;
  • Yanagi –Willow tree;
  • Yare yare - Come on! Ufa! Mine… etc;
  • Yasai - vegetable;
  • Yasashii - easy; it can also mean splendid, special. For example, "yasashii seikaku" means "of a good nature", and "yasashii hito" means "a great guy";
  • Yasumi - rest, break, vacation;
  • Yappari - I knew!
  • Yatto - slang for him, her, them, a person, etc;
  • Yatta - I achieved! or We got it, got it, etc;
  • Yatto - finally;
  • yo - used to emphasize the word. Matte yo, kocchi yo, etc;
  • Yokatta- expression of relief; translated as “how good”, “I’m happy”, or “Thanks to God!”
  • Yosh’! - Nice! Jewel! Here I go!
  • Yowai - weak;
  • Yuki - snow;
  • Yume - dream;
  • Yumei - famous, notorious;
  • Yurusenai - I won't allow it! Or I do not forgive him! (the verb yurusu means both to allow and to forgive);
  • Yuurei - ghost;

Letter -Z-

  • Zakkenayo! - Get out of my way (something like going to…)
  • Zan / san - suffixes to designate mountain. Ex: Fuji –san (see Yama);
  • Zankoku - brutal, atrocious;
  • Zannen - very bad, unfortunately;
  • Zen-zen - never in any way;
  • Zettai - definitely, absolutely;
  • Zettai omoidatta - I remember everything;
  • Zoku - clan, tribe;
  • Zutto - always, all the time;

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