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Question!

Post by Daisuke » Wed 03.02.2005 4:41 am

What does まりうあない mean? It has kept me wondering... And another question: How to say "You got a message", in japanese?
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RE: Question!

Post by Mukade » Wed 03.02.2005 7:57 am

まりうあない doesn't seem like any Japanese I or my (Japanese) wife have ever heard of. Maybe you misheard it? I tried to think of something it would be similar to. I thought of the following:

間に合わない - "to miss/not make" (e.g., a bus or train)
or
あまり言わない - "(we) don't really say (that)"

"You've got a message" would just be メッセージがありますよ。

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RE: Question!

Post by Daisuke » Wed 03.02.2005 9:57 am

Hmm.. I must have misheard it... Thanks anyways.

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