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    Quote Originally Posted by Haruka View Post
    Sure you can join, Lemurian!^_^
    I'm gonna do my Co-Owner space TODAY since i'm not sick anymore.
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    "Kamo" means duck.

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    Welcome back, Shadow Ichigo!

    Sunji no Hitokoto
    ("Word of the Moment")
    "Kage" means "shadow" / "shade".

    Mini-Lesson
    "Tsukikage", which is already on the Sunji no Hitokoto list, means "moonbeam" or "moonlight". This can be broken down to "tsuki" which means "moon" and "kage" which means "shadow"/"shade". I thought it was interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by LA
    "Tsukikage", which is already on the Sunji no Hitokoto list, means "moonbeam" or "moonlight". This can be broken down to "tsuki" which means "moon" and "kage" which means "shadow"/"shade". I thought it was interesting
    It sure is. See, I was watching one of those D/P battles on Youtube and saw Clefairy using "Tsuki no Hikari" or better known as the move "Moonlight". Tsukikage is a combination of the words moon and shadow, thus meaning "Shadow of the moon". Although it means moonlight, the definition seems to claim otherwise.
    ...my brain hurts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jinchuuriki Hunter View Post
    It sure is. See, I was watching one of those D/P battles on Youtube and saw Clefairy using "Tsuki no Hikari" or better known as the move "Moonlight". Tsukikage is a combination of the words moon and shadow, thus meaning "Shadow of the moon". Although it means moonlight, the definition seems to claim otherwise.
    ...my brain hurts.

    Sunji no Hitokoto
    "Nou" means brain.
    That's interesting, too. Thanks for the extra info, Hunter!

    Sunji no Hitokoto
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    "paaru" / "pa-ru" means "pearl"

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    hm...Diamond and Pearl have already sold approximately 1,590,000 copies in total
    http://eg.nttpub.co.jp/ranking.html (Japanese game ranking page)
    there's no telling how many copies may have been sold by the end of this year...^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edamame View Post
    hm...Diamond and Pearl have already sold approximately 1,590,000 copies in total
    http://eg.nttpub.co.jp/ranking.html (Japanese game ranking page)
    there's no telling how many copies may have been sold by the end of this year...^^
    I was wondering where you went. I figured that it would sell well. Many people (myself included) imported D/P from Japan as well. Just shows you that Pokemon is still going strong.

    Quote Originally Posted by LegendaryArcanine View Post
    That's interesting, too. Thanks for the extra info, Hunter!

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    "paaru" / "pa-ru" means "pearl"
    More accurately, the actual Japanese word is "shinju" but both are acceptable.
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    [quote=LegendaryArcanine;4422759]

    Ludicolo Master: Welcome, Ludicolo Master! Yes you may be a co-owner . I'll be sending you a PM with more information about your co-ownership (Edit: Are you able to allow me to PM you?). I hope you have fun here! You live in Japan? How's D/P sales going?
    about it? Anyways, welcome back!

    yes you may PM me.The diamond is sellng like crazy!! but pearl is not famous. I think because it is not so cool.

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    I don't see what's wrong with Pearl. The only difference is the Pokémon.

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    "Kusa" means grass. Yeah. Grass. That's it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LegendaryArcanine View Post
    Welcome back, Shadow Ichigo!

    Sunji no Hitokoto
    ("Word of the Moment")
    "Kage" means "shadow" / "shade".

    Mini-Lesson
    "Tsukikage", which is already on the Sunji no Hitokoto list, means "moonbeam" or "moonlight". This can be broken down to "tsuki" which means "moon" and "kage" which means "shadow"/"shade". I thought it was interesting
    It might also be worthy to note that there are other words that work the same way. They are:

    Getsuei - Moonlight (alternate pronunciation)
    Hoshikage - Starlight
    Asahikage - Morning sunlight
    Touei - Flicker of light
    Hokage - Firelight

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    [quote=Jinchuuriki Hunter;4424108]
    "Kusa" means grass. quote]

    but kusai is smelly!
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    Just wanted to tell, I put a link in my siggy


    ~super sunji no hitokoto~
    1."aisha" is a meaning for your car.
    2."colede do da" means IN YOUR FACE, or it means how about this.
    3."raho~" means Hello in a happy way
    4."tsukareta" means tired.
    5."saikyo" means super, hyper (not that hyper), or terrific.
    6."gackou" means school.
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    but kusai is smelly!
    ...smelly grass?
    Just goes to show you how mispronouncing something can lead to disasterous yet humorous misunderstandings.

    And that's just mispronouncing. What about words with the same pronounciation?

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    "Haha" means mom. Yeah.
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    Hunter, I mean that if ya add an I to kusa, kusa+i=kusai which means smelly.

    so yeah, it could leave to trouble like "aoi kusai cudasai."

    ~sunji no hitokoto~
    a importaint thing:if you say "aso." which means oh yeah in a mean way, you pronounce it as*hole. so be careful.
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    Mira: I looked and saw Shinju, but chose paaru/pa-ru because that's what's used in Pearl Version's japanese title.

    Ludicolo Master: I tried PM'ing you, but I got this:
    Ludicolo Master has chosen not to receive private messages or may not be allowed to receive private messages. Therefore you may not send your message to him/her.
    Do you know what's wrong? Anyways, "Super" Sunji no Hitokoto? Estimated time for me to do revised list: longer than before .

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    should be ok know.

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    'ai means love
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    Uhm interesting?????????

    no it's not

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    typhlosion_hunter: gtfo off my internet, troll.

    :<

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow Ichigo View Post
    Konbanwa^^. Hows everyone doing today. Sorry I've gone for a while. I've trying to to locate some more words to post up. And right now I'm try to get into a japanese class for next spring. Glad you feeling better haruka-chan^^
    Domo Arigatou Gozaimasu!^_^

    Oohayou Gozaimasu, Minna! I'm not sick anymore, So i can be on more.

    Btw, This is my Co-Owner space.

    Since alot of people have been asking for Katakana and Hiragana tables, I have a good link right here. http://www.wakaba.net/images/alphabet.gif

    Here's the japanese national anthem.

    "Kimi Ga Yo Wa"

    "Chiyo Ni"
    "Yachiyo Ni"
    "Sazare Ishi No"
    "Iwao To Narite"
    "Koke No Musu Made"

    Here's the translation.

    "May your reign"

    "Continue for a thousand years"
    "And last for eight thousands of generations"
    "Until pebbles turn turn into boulders and covered in moss"

    Interesting, Eh?

    ~Saikyo Sunji No Hitokoto!~
    "Kinou" means yesterday, "Kyou" means today, And "Ashita" means tomorrow.

    "Me" means eye, "Mimi" means ear, And "Kuchi" means mouth.

    Okay, That's all, I hope i did good.^_^And here's the link to my post.
    http://www.serebiiforums.com/showpos...&postcount=368
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    Typhlosion_hunter, please don't do that. This place is for talking about Japanese, not posting random pics about Pokémon. (Although I gotta admit, that Nosepass one is kinda funny.)

    Anyway, back to Japanese...

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    "Chou" means butterfly. Wheee~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haruka View Post
    Domo Arigatou Gozaimasu!^_^
    Oohayou Gozaimasu, Minna!
    I'm not sick anymore, So i can be on more.
    Btw, This is my Co-Owner space.
    Since alot of people have been asking for Katakana and Hiragana tables, I have a good link right here. http://www.wakaba.net/images/alphabet.gif
    Here's the japanese national anthem.
    "Kimi Ga Yo Wa"
    "Chiyo Ni"
    "Yachiyo Ni"
    "Sazare Ishi No"
    "Iwao To Narite"
    "Koke No Musu Made"
    Here's the translation.
    "May your reign"
    "Continue for a thousand years"
    And last for eight thousands of generations"
    Until pebbles turn turn into boulders and covered in moss"
    Interesting, Eh?
    ~Saikyo Sunji No Hitokoto!~
    "Kinou" means yesterday, "Kyou" means today, And "Ashita" means tomorrow.
    "Me" means eye, "Mimi" means ear, And "Kuchi" means mouth.
    Okay, That's all, I hope i did good.^_^
    ohayo gozaimásu^^. Yay I'm glad your better^^. Wow Awesome Haruka-chan. Here's one I found: Shouri no Uta = Song of Victory. Its Rockman.EXE Beast
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    Tsugee (oro?) anthemu, Haruka-san. Temo, would make more sense if it was "boulders into pebbles", since that's what happens to boulders... Wins over my land's anthem any day.



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    Lemurian: It's "sugee" or "sugoi". It would make more sense but it'd go against the anthem, quite literally.

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    Question i wanta

    can i join the japp. lag. club i love japp. languge

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    ^Sure, You can join! Yokoso!^_^

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    Talking thanks

    thanks hakura

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