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Noun, used as a prefix
some (at the start of a number in place of a digit)

Parts: えっ 結納品 (ゆいのうひん) うん 十万 (じゅうまん) (えん)
Eh? Hundreds of thousands of Yen plus betrothal gifts?

Parts: 珈琲 (コーヒー) お代わり (おかわり) 要る (いる) うん (ぼく) 少な目 (すくなめ) (おとうと) には 多目 (おおめ) 注ぐ (つぐ)
"Do you want another cup of coffee?" "Sure, make mine on the small side but be generous with my brother's."

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