Akemi's Anime World

Anime Fan's Dictionary Reference

selected terms: 155

page 2 of 8

banana
n.
Banana.
banzai
n.
Hooray; hurrah. Usually yelled as a generic cheer, but can also be added to another word; "anime banzai!" = "Hooray for anime!"
bideo
n.
Video; video tape. Used in roughly the same way as the English word it is derived from, as in "a video" or "on video".
bishoujo
n.
Beautiful girl.
See also: bishounen
bishounen
n.
Attractive young man.
See also: bishoujo
boku
pr ; m.
I; me.
 
Male-only pronoun; relatively polite, but somewhat less formal than watashi. Used occasionally in anime by very tomboyish girls, though that is rare in real life.
Synonym: watashi, atashi, ore, washi
busu
n.
An ugly woman. This is very rude, and a relatively common insult.
butsu
v.tr.
To hit with an object. ("Butsu yo!"; "I'll hit you!")
chanto
adv.
Properly.
chi
  1. n.
    Blood.
  2. suff. ; n.
    Earth; land; ground. This version of the word isn't usually used alone. Contrast with "ten".
    See also: ten, tsuchi, chikyuu
Chikyuu
n.
The Earth. "Chikyuu no", or "of the Earth", covers most of the English word "global" as well.
daijoubu
adj. ; adv. ; n.
Safe; fine; ok; alright. Versatile word for describing things, people, or actions, but most frequently used in relation to health or physical condition.
dare
024
Who.
dono
adj.
Which.
See also: kono, sono, ano
dore
024
Which one.
See also: kore, sore, are
go
num.
five
hachi
num.
Eight.
hayaku
adv.
Quickly; early. As a sentence: "Hayaku!" = "Hurry!".
hazukashii
adj.
Embarrassing.
hime
n.
Princess; noble-born girl. Usually heard as "hime-sama", a formal term of address.