What's that め used for anyway? (If I was getting punched, at least I would like to know why ).
奴 【め】 (suf) (uk) insulting suffix (attaches to names)
neo2407 wrote:Thanks, I was kinda going mad. I thought I had them all then I saw them and thought "Oh no!! How many more are there?!" lol.
I already knew San, Kun, Chan, Senpai, kōhai, Sensei, Sama, Dono and Tono.
Shi is a strange one...doesn't "Shi" mean death? I mean 天使 (Tenshi) means "angel" and uses 天(ten) the Kanji Heaven and 使(shi) the Kanji for Death. Correct me if I'm wrong, and I probably am.
Tenshi_lolli wrote:Yes, Tenshi means angel, shi means death, and "shi no Tenshi" means angel of death. Does "no" mean to give signifigance to or notify, some one told me what it meant before, but I had forgotton. And I have a question, what is Kanji, sorry, but I'm just beggining to learn Japanese as of 3 weeks ago. Another question, the honorific senpai, isn't there also Sempai? Doesn't that mean the same thing, but refering to if it's a female or male?
becki_kanou wrote:Just to let you know, since you don't seem to be doing it on purpose, it's generally considered bad etiquette to 'necropost', that is to post a response to a thread that's been dead for a long time like this one has.
Tenshi_lolli wrote:Yes, Tenshi means angel, shi means death, and "shi no Tenshi" means angel of death.