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Oct 15, 2013 1:41 AM

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Mikan5 said:
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Going from this one as NeoAnkara's post seemed to come from nowhere.

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Oct 15, 2013 2:05 AM

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chuunibyou (中二病 lit. 2nd year of middle school illness)
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Oct 15, 2013 2:29 AM

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tasogare (黄昏 twilight)


renkinjutsu (錬金術 alchemy)
 
Oct 15, 2013 2:33 AM

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tsudzuku (to continue)
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Oct 15, 2013 2:43 AM

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tsudzuku (to continue)


kutabare (くたばれ drop dead! among other harsh things)
 
Oct 15, 2013 2:44 AM
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Renshuu (example).

By the way it is tsuzuku (no d).
 
Oct 15, 2013 2:48 AM

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I put the d in to differentiate づ from ず.

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EDIT: ups, someone posted before me

wafuku (わふく Japanese clothing)

Also I think tsuzuku and tsudzuku are both valid romanizations of Japanese, you actually read tsudzuku so it makes sense
 
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Ikebana (flower arranging).

I know you made it to imply that but that is not the true reading. As far as I learned from my teacher, there is no d in the reading. Just like "wo" we always see in the op and ed subs. You choose tsu" or su" according to the previous syllable and nothing else. Whatever.It is just a little issue.
 
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kumo (spider; cloud)

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I know you made it to imply that but that is not the true reading. As far as I learned from my teacher, there is no d in the reading. Just like "wo" we always see in the op and ed subs. You choose tsu" or su" according to the previous syllable and nothing else. Whatever.It is just a little issue.


Well the d is just there to distinguish it from the other zu, it's pronounced the same. You can also read it tsuduku as that's how you type it on a japanese keyboard but it doesn't make much sense as the pronunciation is different.
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ritori (name).

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kumo (spider; cloud)

Adramelech said:

I know you made it to imply that but that is not the true reading. As far as I learned from my teacher, there is no d in the reading. Just like "wo" we always see in the op and ed subs. You choose tsu" or su" according to the previous syllable and nothing else. Whatever.It is just a little issue.


Well the d is just there to distinguish it from the other zu, it's pronounced the same. You can also read it tsuduku as that's how you type it on a japanese keyboard but it doesn't make much sense as the pronunciation is different.


well, that is what i said.
 
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byou (illness).
 
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Han-yuu said:
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I think it's nioi.

Anyway itazura (prank, tease)
 
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