chiba-, American prefix for "made in Japan" ... Little Brother, Otouto (never used
with "chan" or "kun", except purpose to look him down), "Otouto-san" is used ...
(polite) older sister, oneesan. older sister, ane. (polite) older brother, oniisan.
older brother, ani. (polite) younger sister, imoutosan. younger sister, imouto. (
A page for describing UsefulNotes: Japanese Sibling Terminology. ... When
speaking to your older brother, you would call him Niisan or Oniisan ; older sister
Oct 26, 2008 ... Since my post on Japanese honorifics seems to have become pretty popular, I
am going to post my notes ... For example you might call your older brother any of
the following: .... Small children will say “-chan” instead of “-san”.
To add some more entries to Sunny Francis list: 兄 "nii" : "brother". Perhaps the
most ... otouto(younger brother) kyoudai (brothers)
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Nov 2, 2011 ... http://www.japansociety.org/language_center Japan Society currently ... In this
lesson you will learn how to say the members of your family and ... In Japanese
there is a distinction between the two. ... otouto - younger brother
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Oct 18, 2016 ... Sensei's Library, page: Japanese name suffix, keywords: Culture & History. ...
and the more formal the situation, the more polite the language becomes. ....
Boys can be addressed as 'elder brother' and 'younger brother', girls ...
In Japanese, the terms of family relationships differ according to which family you'
re talking about. Learn how to say family in Japanese. ... older brother, ani
There are two different ways of calling the Japanese family members, your own
family members and someone's family members. ... 義理の兄, ぎりのあに, giri no
ani, Brother-in-law (older than you). 31. ... Have your say about what you just