The Japanese language uses a broad array of honorific suffixes for addressing or
referring to ... Some people of the younger generation, roughly born since 1970,
prefer to be referred to without a ....
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
Jan 6, 2013 ... A formal way to say family when talking about someone else's family is ご家族 ...
The Japanese word for older brother is お兄さん (oniisan).
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Nov 2, 2011 ... For more information about Japanese language classes at the Japan Society,
please visit ... +Lord Leo The "nii" in "nii-sama" is "older brother.
In Japanese, the terms of family relationships differ according to whether you are
talking about your own ... Japanese Audio Phrasebook ... older brother, ani
My wife and her Ecuadorian family say ñañito and ñañita rather than ... In
Japanese, imōto for "little sister" and otōto for "little brother." Imōto is ...
Jun 11, 2007 ... "Younger Brother" would be nice too, if you know it. ... in chinese it is more
common to say little sister than in japanese i think. imouto is not as ...
How do you say 'Younger Brother' in Japanese - Hear '弟' pronounced.