(mostly in order that it appears in story)
konbanwa = good night/good evening
daijoubu = it's ok/it's alright/i'm ok/that's fine
sou deska = really
demo = but
ii no ka = is it ok
iya = well (?) / wow (?)/ no
doki doki = yr heart beats fast when something romantic occurs
hai = yes/ok/i understand, etc....
gomen = sorry
ya = no
sugeh = cool or great/very
suki des = i like it
deshou = isn't it/right?
eh = what?! or huh?! or yes.
matta = again
warii = sorry
eto = umm...
jan = ta da!
kitto = surely
iie = no
wakkateru yo = i know
yokatta = i'm glad/ i'm happy for u/ thank goodness
hounto ni = really/very
ureshii des = i'm (very) happy
hounto ni = really or very
zettai = absolutely/absolute
ikeru yo = u can do it!
gambarre = good luck/word hard/etc.
(I'M SURE EVERYBODY KNOWS THIS ONE, ANYWAY. XD the same as gambatte.)
sou sou = yes yes/mm mm/that's right
ore mo = me too
masaka = no way/it can't be
itadakimas = something japanese ppl say be4 they eat...literally "i receive", it's a
way of thanking the the animal/plant for giving up its life so that u can have
something to eat...i think it all started as part of the shinto religion, but now
pretty much every1 says it be4 eating, kinda like "bon appetit".
oishii = delicious/yummy!
deshou = right?/isn't it?
ano = umm...
matte = wait
kudasai = please
souka = i see
iyo = ok/alright
doumo = thanks
ii ne = it's good/it's nice
gambarimas = i'll work hard/i'll try my best
da-te sa = that's what he/she said
sou des = that's right
seite = horrible (as in, "he's a horrible person")
ryuusadenai = unforgivable
demo / kedo = but
chotto = a little bit
daiskii = i love it (i love u)/i really really like it a lot (i really really like u
hounto da = it's true!/ really!
yada= no way/ no
nande = why
sou de na = that's right
sonna jun nayo = it's not what u think/that's not it
doushitte = why
mou = something like "aiya" or oh no (i think) (also could mean: already)
ryuusei = shut up/ be quiet/ u're too loud!
demo sa = but
mou = also
naze = why
wakkatta = i know/ i understand
sumimasen = sorry/ excuse me
sou sou = yes yes / right right
yappari/yappa = as expected/ of course it is/ probably
doushitta = what is it/ what's wrong
nandemonai = nothing/ it's nothing
sou desu = that's right/ yes
maji des = really? / can it be true??
kanzani = completely
ii ne= that's good/pretty/nice
omedetou = congratulations
ma = well/ yes
yamerou = stop it
oi = hey
sugeh tanoshi des = it was very fun!
urssh, yaro = come on, let's do it!/let's go!
mo ii = forget it/nevermind
kire = pretty
[sorry, i am not good at writing out japanese words,
i know i am quite inconsistent in the spelling and stuff...
but if it helps, most of the 'e' that comes at the end of a word sounds like "hAY"
and most of the "i" sounds like "kEEp".]
douzo = here you go/ here it is/ go ahead
yappa/yappari = as expected/ of course it is/ probably
hon = book
atashi mou = me too (feminine version)
onsen = hot spring/ public bath
nai= no / nothing
chotto = wait
nanideshthindayo = what are u doing
gomenasai = sorry (formal version)
yappe = this is bad / oh no!
demo sa = but
============= every1 already knows what it means, but it helps to read the definitions. it really emphasizes how u were feeling ne....
1. Extreme happiness; ecstasy.
2. The ecstasy of salvation; spiritual joy.
1. perfect happiness; serene joy
n. pl. ec·sta·sies
1. Intense joy or delight.
2. A state of emotion so intense that one is carried beyond rational thought and self-control: an ecstasy of rage.
3. The trance, frenzy, or rapture associated with mystic or prophetic exaltation.
4. Slang MDMA.
nande arimasen = it's nothing
kouhai/kohai = a younger person in the same organization as you...a junior, a protege... (for more info of the Senpai and kōhai relationship: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Senpai_and_k%C5%8Dhai
iteh = ouch/ it hurts!
bezuni = it's nothing/ nothing
doumo = thanks / hi
nanka = somehow
ikuzo =let's go
[forgot this from earlier, sorry!]
baka = idiot / stupid
kampai = cheers
merikuri = short for merri kurisumasu (merry xmas, the way japanese ppl say it)
some more words i forgot! SUMIMASEN!!
chigao = it's not true
shimpai sonna = don't worry
kakkoii = cool (i think it can mean cute = hot, too?)
kowai = scary/ i'm scared
omae = you (casual)
anata = you (formal)
uso = no way / it's not true
(o)maenotoko ga...skida. (suki da) = i love you/ i like you
skida yo = i love you/ i like you [actually, it's suki da yo]
suki = i like / i love you
daiski yo zutto (dai suki) = i've always liked you a lot/ i've always loved you/
i'll keep loving you always...
dateh = so / then / therefore
onegaishimas = please
doushitte = why
wakaranai = i don't understand/ i don't know
jitsuwa = actually
doki deshimas = my heart fluttered / my heart beat faster/ went doki doki
taaku = seriously! /really?? /why'd u do that/
_____ tamani = for ________ (for that person, i will...)
zettai karashi = absolute/perfect boyfriend
doshio = what should i do?? /what do i do now?
yume janai = it's not a dream
zutto = always
ii dateh = it's fine/ it's alright
san, ni, ich = 3, 2, 1
hai, zanay~ = too bad
natskashi = nostalgic
kochi koi = come here~♥
toma wa = and toma... / what about you...?
yabun = it's late
okurimas = i'll take you home/i'll take you to where you're going
wakarimashita = i understand / i got it
gambatte ikemas = i'll try to go
'I love you' in the most devoting way. the most serious way to say i
love you... rarely said, and even when it is, only on special occasions, between husband and wife or ppl in really serious relationships!! [credit: http://www.japan-guide.com/forum/quereadisplay.html?0+5272] [for more info, check out the links i posted below, in the explanation/links post!]