View topic - "yes" = "kou tte"?
When she agrees, responds positively, meaning "yes", she says what sounds like "kote" ("ko tte"?, "koute"?, "kotei"?, "kotte"?). I have searched and searched and can find nothing like this. My best guess is 斯って - "Thus, what you said."
She does talk peculiarly, to be sure. Can anyone make any sense of this utterance; archaic, maybe?
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Dustin wrote:My best guess:
肯定 【こうてい】 (n,vs) positive; affirmation;
I have seen the first episode of Hitsugi no Chaika and I can confirm that Dustin is right.
It means the exact same thing as positive/affirmative as in English, and it's used similarly as well. In the military and so on...
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