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Japanese honorifics

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... some Japanese people may use contrived suffixes in ... with a particular name, and on the effect the speaker ...

Japanese honorifics : the use of ~san ,~kun , ~chan and ~sama

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Japanese uses a broad array of honorific suffixes for addressing or referring to people. These honorifics are gender-neutral and can be attached to first names ...

To –san or not to –san? Should you use the Japanese honorific ...

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Sep 29, 2015 ... It's a suffix meant to show respect, so it often works like “Mr.” or “Ms.” would in English. But –san can be tacked onto a given name too, as a way ...

All Anime World: Lesson 12: Name suffixes

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It is just name suffixes. You might want to know them and thier meanings even if they are pretty simple. I'll start off with names. In Japan surnames come first.

Appendix:Japanese prefix and suffix index - Wiktionary

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さん(-san) - タカシさん; -嬢 (-jo) - タカ嬢 (Old suffix for a young single woman. Replaced by san. Roughly means, "Miss").

how to differentiate japanese name suffixes - japan-guide.com forum

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Feb 9, 2015 ... how to differentiate japanese name suffixes. Dear visitor, if you know the answer to this question, please post it. Thank you!

Japanese names

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Jun 16, 2006 ... In Japan, like in China and Korea, the first name follows the family name. A person with the first name "Ichiro" and the family name "Suzuki" is, ...

Japanese Honorifics / Useful Notes - TV Tropes

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"Honorific", in linguistic lingo, refers to the little prefixes, suffixes, or titles that are added to a name in most languages, like "Mr.", "Mrs.", "Dr.", "Sir" and the like.

Chan, Kun, Senpai? Japanese Honorifics - Japan Powered

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Nov 14, 2011 ... I am often confused about all the -kuns, -chans, and other name ... Honorifics are usually coupled with polite speech suffix -masa and desu.

Japanese Honorific Suffixes Part 3 | Japanese Language Blog

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Apr 14, 2015 ... So far, I have covered a couple of Japanese honorific suffixes since last ... Instead of calling your customer by name, you can generally call the ...

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Japanese name suffix at Sensei's Library

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Jan 17, 2015 ... Sensei's Library, page: Japanese name suffix, keywords: Culture & History. SL is a large WikiWikiWeb about the game of Go (Baduk, Weiqi).

What is the difference between san, sama, kun and chan?

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In Japan, when talking about other people, one uses honorific titles. ... Calling somebody by just their name, without adding a title, is called yobisute ... Chan is sometimes applied to male children if the name does not fit with the kun suffix.

Japanese honorifics | Animanga Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia

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Japanese uses a broad array of honorific suffixes for addressing or referring to people. These honorifics are gender-neutral and can be attached to first names ...