Does 'umarekawari' mean 'reincarnation'?

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sakura
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Does 'umarekawari' mean 'reincarnation'?

Post by sakura » Thu 03.31.2005 9:17 pm

Please post here, thanks :) And is there a kanji for it?

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RE: Does 'umarekawari' mean 'reincarnation'?

Post by attaka gohan » Fri 04.01.2005 3:05 am

意味あってますよ:)
漢字は ”生れ変り” と書きます。

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RE: Does 'umarekawari' mean 'reincarnation'?

Post by Daisuke » Fri 04.01.2005 5:47 am

Since i have no idea about what the guy above wrote i'll answer as well.

Yes 'umarekawari' does mean reincarnation.

In Kanji = 生まれ変わり

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RE: Does 'umarekawari' mean 'reincarnation'?

Post by sakura » Sat 04.02.2005 10:23 am

lol, I couldnt understand what he said either. Thanks for your help Daisuke :)

Attaka Gohan, what did you say?

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RE: Does 'umarekawari' mean 'reincarnation'?

Post by Daisuke » Sat 04.02.2005 10:53 am

No problem Sakura, B)

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RE: Does 'umarekawari' mean 'reincarnation'?

Post by attaka gohan » Sun 04.03.2005 12:30 am

I'm sorry.
I wrote ' the meaning is right. ' 意味 imi= meaning
In Kanaji - 生れ変り

As Daisuke mentioned, 生まれ変わり is correct as well

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RE: thank you

Post by sakura » Sun 04.03.2005 1:12 pm

oh, alrighty then, thank you :)

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