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, わたし
Pronoun, slightly formal or feminine
I, me
この人、あたしをどなりつけるんですよ!
See more > common
, , わらわ
Pronoun, Archaism, Humble, Female term or language
I, me
あたし, , あたくし, あたい, あて
Pronoun, Female term or language, Usually in kana
I, me
この人、あたしをどなりつけるんですよ!
, あっし, わっし
Pronoun, mainly used by working men
I, me
この人、あたしをどなりつけるんですよ!
, わい, わて
Pronoun, Archaism, Dialect: Kansai-ben
1. I, me
Only わい, used toward people of equal or lower status
2. you
この人、あたしをどなりつけるんですよ!
, わたい
Pronoun, Archaism, Dialect: Kantou-ben
I, me
この人、あたしをどなりつけるんですよ!
, し
See 公・こう・1
private affairs, personal matter
この人、あたしをどなりつけるんですよ!
, わたくし
Pronoun, See 私・わたし, usu. more formal than わたし
1. I, me
May take 'no', Antonym: 公・おおやけ・2
2. personal (affairs, etc.), private
3. selfishness, partiality
4. secrecy, confidentiality
この人、あたしをどなりつけるんですよ!
, わっち
Pronoun, used esp. by people of low status
I, me
この人、あたしをどなりつけるんですよ!
わし, 儂,
Pronoun, Usually in kana, Male term, used by elderly
I, me
儂の目もガタがきたかの。
Particle, See 乃, occasionally ん, orig. written 乃 or 之
1. indicates possessive
2. nominalizes verbs and adjectives
See が・1
3. substitutes for "ga" in subordinate phrases
often ん
4. (at sentence-end, falling tone) indicates a confident conclusion
Female term or language
5. (at sentence-end) indicates emotional emphasis
See more > common
あら
Interjection, Female term or language
oh, ah
あら、アンジェラと呼んでください。
See more > common
あら, 粗, 荒, アラ
Usually in kana, usu. アラ
1. remaining bony parts (of a fish after filleting)
2. flaw (esp. of a person), fault, defect
3. rice chaff
Prefix
4. rough
5. crude, raw, natural, wild
他人のあらばかり探す嫌な人である。
あら, 𩺊, アラ
Usually in kana
saw-edged perch (Niphon spinosus)
さら, 新, 更, あら, にい
Only さら, May take 'no', Usually in kana, Dialect: Kansai-ben
1. new, unused
Only 更, NA-adjective
2. obvious, natural
新サービスの料金設定はマーケティング部が行う。
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