MoeManga 00A: Mirai Suenaga
Today we introduce the heroine of MoeManga - Mirai Suenaga ^o^
MoeManga Japanese Learning
Here are some of the keywords you may want to remember for your Japanese studies.
*Mirai is often also referred to as Mirai-chan, where "-chan" is a suffix which expresses that the speaker finds the person endearing.
永遠 [えいえん (eien)] - for an eternity.
ぴちぴち [pichi pichi] - young and lively.
高校2年生 [こうこうにねんせい (koukou ninensei)] - second grade of high school or 11th grade.
人知れず [ひとしれず (hitoshirezu)] - to do something in secret and unnoticed by many or all.
戦う [たたかう (tatakau)] - to battle or fight.
戦士 [せんし (senshi)] - a soldier or a warrior.
~こと~ [koto] - means "also known as".
一員 [いちいん (ichiin)] - a member of a group or an organization.
元気 [げんき (genki)] - cheerful and energetic.
優しい [やさしい (yasashii)] - kind and generous.
しっかり者 [しっかりもの (shikkari mono)] - a responsible person.
みんなに好かれる [みんなにすかれる (minnani sukareru)] - to be liked by all.
刀 [かたな (katana)] - a Japanese sword.
よく [yoku] - often.
- よく喋る [よくしゃべる (yoku shaberu)] - to be talkative.
- よく転ぶ [よくころぶ (yoku korobu)] - to stumble often.
- よく走る [よくはしる (yoku hashiru)] - to run around a lot.
振り回している [ふりまわしている (furimawashiteiru)] - to swing something around. The plain verb is "振り回す" [ふりまわす (furimawasu)].
This is a compound word made up by the following two words:
- 振る[ふる(furu)] - to shake, wave, or swing.
- 回る[まわる(mawaru)] - to turn or revolve
シャイ [しゃい (shai)] - to be shy. Words like these are called "和製英語" [わせいえいご (wasei eigo)] - a Japanese-English word derived from English.
芯はしっかりしている [しんはしっかりしている (shinwa shikkari shiteiru)] - to be determined or have a strong heart. "芯" usually means "core" or "center" but depending on the situation, it can also refer to the person's "heart/will".
おっぱい [oppai] - women's chest. A premature oppai on the other hand is called "ちっぱい" [chippai].
大きい [おおきい (ookii)] - large.
いじられる [ijirareru] - to be made fun of. The plain verb is いじる [ijiru].
There's a thin line between "いじられる" and "いじめられる" [ijimerareru] which means "to be bullied". If it's something you can laugh it off then it's an "いじり". However when people take it too far, then it's an "いじめ".
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