What does the name Shinko mean?
真光(shinkou) is a proper noun but 真(shin) means “true” and 光(kou) means “light”. And they say 揚心古流(youshinko-ryu) is an old school of Jujutsu. In this case, 揚心(youshin) is personal name and 古(ko) means “old”.
What does chinchin mean Japanese?
“Chinchin”, a Japanese profanity for pre-pubescent penis.
Is Chin Chin a bad word?
The English equivalent of “wee wee,” “chin chin” is a word that might be used by the parents of little boys, but it’s not something you’ll hear in polite society.
What does youkoso mean in Japanese?
Definition of youkoso ようこそ youkoso. (int) welcome!; nice to see you!
Who is Shinko Chan in Shinchan?
Shinko-chan (しんこちゃん Shinko-chan) is a strange girl from the future with the same facial features as Shin-chan. She has a slightly creepy demeanor, but is the opposite of Shin-chan in many ways as she is tactful, empathetic and sees the good qualities in the people she meets.
What is Shinko sushi?
Shinko is referred to as baby fish with the size of 10cm or smaller. The first catch of fish is purchased at an inflated price since every sushi chef seeks this ingredient. Normally several fish are placed atop sushi due to its smaller size.
What is Ore wa Japanese?
オレ (ORE) means I, me, etc. It is very casual and used by men only. You can find it in the new words section of Course 2 Lesson 9. I would say that it is over used in anime. Please be careful when you watch anime because they use a lot more casual speech than would normaly be used in real life Japanese conversation.
What is Taberu in Japanese?
“To eat” is TABEMASU. Its dictionary form is TABERU. “Hands” is TE. Let’s say, “After I eat a meal, I wash dishes,” in Japanese. The TA-form of “to eat” is TABETA.
What is chin slang for?
Noun. chin (plural chins) The bottom of a face, (specifically) the typically jutting jawline below the mouth. (slang, US) Talk. (slang, Britain) A lie, a falsehood.
What is Yokozo?
ようこそ (Youkoso; yooooh-koh-soh) is the Japanese word for welcome.
How do you reply to thank you in Japanese?
The standard reply is “どう致しまして”(dou itashimasite), a formal way to reply to “arigatou gozaimasu” or “ doumo arigatou gozaimashita.” I often hear Japanese people say どうもどうも(doumo doumo), a very convenient phrase which can means many things such as : hello, thank you, never mind, your welcome, good bye, etc.