... some Japanese people may use contrived suffixes in ... with a particular name,
and on the effect the speaker ...
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 ...
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 ...
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.
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").
Feb 9, 2015 ... how to differentiate japanese name suffixes. Dear visitor, if you know the answer
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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, ...
"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.
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.
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 ...