this section is by Takeshi-chan!
ok, first off, this is not kanji. i do not know kanji. this is romanji! its basically the same, just how its written is different. i know sound effects and some phrases and some random words. most words have more than one meaning. i can also count to 999, but i ain't typing all that! ^_^ lol here's what i know- (in no particular order, just as i think of it) and please note- any "r" that you see sounds like "l" in japanese. therefore, "raku" (which means 6) sounds like "laku".
These are put after or instead of names to show a certain amount of respect to people.
-no honorific= a very strong relationship, whether the two be lovers or a very close friendship.
-chan= using this with a name denotes familiarity. you would use this for friends, children, and pets.
-ko= a pet name used mostly for females.
-sama= when used, it shows deep respect. like for example, hime-sama.
-senpai= senior student
-sensai= teacher, profesor
-san= this is just for being formal to people older than you, or strangers.
This is pretty much self explanatory....sounds ^_^
chuu chuu= sound a mouse makes
mane mane= sound a monkey makes
nya nya= sound a cat makes
poi poi= sound a carp makes
gara gara= sound a snake makes
pao pao= sound an elephant makes
kero kero= sound a frog makes
pi pi= sound a baby chicken makes
wan wan= sound a dog makes
yotto= what you say when lifing something heavy
tamaya= a word for good fireworks
i know all numbers in between 1 and 999, im working on getting 1000 ^_^. i didnt put anything after 10 because 20 is just nijuu and 21 is nijuuichi, so u can figure it out.
-ban= added to a number means st, nd, rd, th
here are some things that would be used to decribe people.
kebai= when a girl wears too much makeup, she is called a kebai
saiaku= used to emphasize how devastating things are. "saiaku! i lost 50 bucks!"
gyarou= used to describe a guy who looks like a girl
saibaba= used to describe a women who is a computer whiz
guroi= japanese equivalent to "gross"
nakimushi= used to describe a crybaby
these are just random words and phrases that dont fit into the above catagories.
keitai= slang for cellphone
starbaru= slang for starbucks (starbucks is a very cool place to hang out at in japan)
kenchiki= japanese slang for Kentucky Fried Chicken
makudo's= japanese slang for MacDonald's
o-genki desu ka?= how are you?
genki desu= im fine
o-namae wa?= what's your name?
watashi no namae wa _____ desu= my name is ______
no= belonging to
fushigi= mysterious, wonderful, fantastic
-tachi= to make something plural
boku wa= i am
desu ne= you are
baka= dummy, fool, idiot
kawaii= cute, adorable
sakura= cherry blossom
hentai= pervert, perversion
ecchi= pervert, perversion
yaoi= male+male relationships
yuri= female+female relationships
junken-pon= the rock, scizzors, paper game
seiyuu= voice actor
domou arigatou= thank you very much
gomen nasai= very sorry
sake= a japanese beer
demo= but, wait
nani ten da ya= what the hell
ja ne= see you
sayonara= good evening
watashi= I (feminine)
ore= I (masculine)
moshi moshi= hello (when answering the phone)
nekomanma= cat food
genki= energy, energetic
suki na ata= i love you
kanji= feeling (emotion)
makenai= we wont lose
makenai= we won't cry
ganbaru= don't give up
kimochi= feeling (emotion)
honto= the truth
koi shiteru= i'm in love with you ryo= demon