TAKOBOTO

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ひと, , ヒト
1. man, person
2. human being, mankind, people
Usually in kana
3. human (Homo sapiens), humans as a species
4. character, personality
5. man of talent, true man
この人は画家だ!
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, じん
Suffix, indicates nationality, race, origin, etc.
1. -ian (e.g. Italian), -ite (e.g. Tokyoite)
indicates expertise (in a certain field)
2. -er (e.g. performer, etc.), person working with ...
usu. in compound words
3. man, people
この人は画家だ!
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, と
Suffix
person
この人は画家だ!
, にん
Counter
counter for people
この人は画家だ!
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Particle, pronounced わ in modern Japanese
1. topic marker particle
2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
3. adds emphasis
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, だれ, だあれ, たれ, た
Pronoun, だあれ is emphatic or inquisitive
who
あそこに立ってる女の人はだれですか。
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だれ
Conjugated: だれ
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
1. to become dull, to become lifeless, to grow listless, to drag
2. to get bored, to lose interest
3. to lose value after a peak (e.g. stock), to weaken (of the market), to slacken
最近私、だれてるの。
たれ, 垂れ, だれ, タレ, ダレ
Usually in kana, oft. ダレ in compounds
1. sauce (esp. soy or mirin-based dipping sauce)
Only たれ
2. hanging, something hanging (flap, lappet, etc.)
3. (kendo) loin guard
4. kanji radical enclosing the top-left corner of a character
Only タレ, Noun, used as a suffix, Derogatory, used after a noun or na-adjective; also ったれ
5. -ass, -head
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ダレ, だれ
undercut (of a machined edge)
ですか
Expression, See か・1, Polite, at sentence-end
indicates question
あなたはどこの国の出身ですか。
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