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- Chapter One – Seriously I was Killed then Reincarnated as a Demon Girl!
- Chapter Two – My Father is Now The Devil Lucifer [Part One]
- Chapter Two – My Father is now the Devil Lucifer [Part Two]
- Chapter Three – Mana Hellsmouth [Part One]
- Chapter Three – Mana Hellsmouth [Part Two]
- Chapter Four – A World With No Magic?! [Part One]
- Chapter Four – A World With No Magic?! [Part Two]
- Chapter Four – A World With No Magic?! [Part Three]
- Chapter Four – A World With No Magic?! [Part Four]
- Chapter Four – A World With No Magic?! [Part Five]
- Chapter Five – First Day of Demon School [Part One]
- Chapter Five – First Day of Demon School [Part Two]
- Chapter Five – First Day of Demon School [Part Three]
- Chapter Five – First Day of Demon School [Part Four]
- Chapter Five – First Day of Demon School [Part Five]
- Chapter Five – First Day of Demon School [Part Six]
- Chapter Six – My First Weekend [Part One]
- Chapter Six – My First Weekend [Part Two]
- Chapter Six – My First Weekend [Part Three]
- Chapter Six – My First Weekend [Part Four]
- Chapter Six – My First Weekend [Part Five]
- Chapter Seven – Crisis In The City [Part One]
- Chapter Seven – Crisis In The City [Part Two]
- Chapter Seven – Crisis In The City [Part Three]
- Chapter Seven – Crisis In The City [Part Four]
Feel free to bypass the censors and replace them with any of these Unicode:
|anal||ⓐⓝⓐⓛ / a̲n̲a̲l̲|
|ass||ⓐⓢⓢ / a̲s̲s̲|
|asses||ⓐⓢⓢⓔⓢ / a̲s̲s̲e̲s̲|
|asshole||ⓐⓢⓢⓗⓞⓛⓔ / a̲s̲s̲h̲o̲l̲e̲|
|bastard||ⓑⓐⓢⓣⓐⓡⓓ / b̲a̲s̲t̲a̲r̲d̲|
|bestial||ⓑⓔⓢⓣⓘⓐⓛ / b̲e̲s̲t̲i̲a̲l̲|
|bitch||ⓑⓘⓣⓒⓗ / b̲i̲t̲c̲h̲|
|blowjob||ⓑⓛⓞⓦⓙⓞⓑ / b̲l̲o̲w̲jo̲b̲|
|boobs||ⓑⓞⓞⓑⓢ / b̲o̲o̲b̲s̲|
|bullshit||ⓑⓤⓛⓛⓢⓗⓘⓣ / b̲u̲l̲l̲s̲h̲i̲t̲|
|clit||ⓒⓛⓘⓣ / c̲l̲i̲t̲|
|clits||ⓒⓛⓘⓣⓢ / c̲l̲i̲t̲s̲|
|clitoris||ⓒⓛⓘⓣⓞⓡⓘⓢ / c̲l̲i̲t̲o̲r̲i̲s̲|
|cum||ⓒⓤⓜ / c̲u̲m̲|
|cumming||ⓒⓤⓜⓜⓘⓝⓖ / c̲u̲m̲m̲i̲n̲g|
|cunt||ⓒⓤⓝⓣ / c̲u̲n̲t̲|
|cunts||ⓒⓤⓝⓣⓢ / c̲u̲n̲t̲s̲|
|cock||ⓒⓞⓒⓚ / c̲o̲c̲k̲|
|cocks||ⓒⓞⓒⓚⓢ / c̲o̲c̲k̲s̲|
|dick||ⓓⓘⓒⓚ / d̲i̲c̲k̲|
|dickhead||ⓓⓘⓒⓚⓗⓔⓐⓓ / d̲i̲c̲k̲h̲e̲a̲d̲|
|dildo||ⓓⓘⓛⓓⓞ / d̲i̲l̲d̲o̲|
|dildos||ⓓⓘⓛⓓⓞⓢ / d̲i̲l̲d̲o̲s̲|
|ejaculate||ⓔⓙⓐⓒⓤⓛⓐⓣⓔ / e̲ja̲c̲u̲l̲a̲t̲e̲|
|ejaculated||ⓔⓙⓐⓒⓤⓛⓐⓣⓔⓓ / e̲ja̲c̲u̲l̲a̲t̲e̲d̲|
|ejaculation||ⓔⓙⓐⓒⓤⓛⓐⓣⓘⓞⓝ / e̲ja̲c̲u̲l̲a̲t̲i̲o̲n̲|
|fag||ⓕⓐⓖ / f̲a̲g|
|fuck||ⓕⓤⓒⓚ / f̲u̲c̲k̲|
|fucks||ⓕⓤⓒⓚⓢ / f̲u̲c̲k̲s̲|
|fucked||ⓕⓤⓒⓚⓔⓓ / f̲u̲c̲k̲e̲d̲|
|fucker||ⓕⓤⓒⓚⓔⓡ / f̲u̲c̲k̲e̲r̲|
|fuckers||ⓕⓤⓒⓚⓔⓡⓢ / f̲u̲c̲k̲e̲r̲s̲|
|fucking||ⓕⓤⓒⓚⓘⓝⓖ / f̲u̲c̲k̲i̲n̲g|
|gangbang||ⓖⓐⓝⓖⓑⓐⓝⓖ / ga̲n̲gb̲a̲n̲g|
|gangbangs||ⓖⓐⓝⓖⓑⓐⓝⓖⓢ / ga̲n̲gb̲a̲n̲gs̲|
|gangbanged||ⓖⓐⓝⓖⓑⓐⓝⓖⓔⓓ / ga̲n̲gb̲a̲n̲ge̲d̲|
|goddamn||ⓖⓞⓓⓓⓐⓜⓝ / go̲d̲d̲a̲m̲n̲|
|homo||ⓗⓞⓜⓞ / h̲o̲m̲o̲|
|horny||ⓗⓞⓡⓝⓨ / h̲o̲r̲n̲y|
|lusting||ⓛⓤⓢⓣⓘⓝⓖ / l̲u̲s̲t̲i̲n̲g|
|masochist||ⓜⓐⓢⓞⓒⓗⓘⓢⓣ / m̲a̲s̲o̲c̲h̲i̲s̲t̲|
|masturbate||ⓜⓐⓢⓣⓤⓡⓑⓐⓣⓔ / m̲a̲s̲t̲u̲r̲b̲a̲t̲e̲|
|motherfucker||ⓜⓞⓣⓗⓔⓡⓕⓤⓒⓚⓔⓡ / m̲o̲t̲h̲e̲r̲f̲u̲c̲k̲e̲r̲|
|motherfucking||ⓜⓞⓣⓗⓔⓡⓕⓤⓒⓚⓘⓝⓖ / m̲o̲t̲h̲e̲r̲f̲u̲c̲k̲i̲n̲g|
|orgasm||ⓞⓡⓖⓐⓢⓜ / o̲r̲ga̲s̲m̲|
|penis||ⓟⓔⓝⓘⓢ / pe̲n̲i̲s̲|
|pharmacy||ⓟⓗⓐⓡⓜⓐⓒⓨ / ph̲a̲r̲m̲a̲c̲y|
|porn||ⓟⓞⓡⓝ / po̲r̲n̲|
|pussy||ⓟⓤⓢⓢⓨ / pu̲s̲s̲y|
|pussies||ⓟⓤⓢⓢⓘⓔⓢ / pu̲s̲s̲i̲e̲s̲|
|rape||ⓡⓐⓟⓔ / r̲a̲pe̲|
|raped||ⓡⓐⓟⓔⓓ / r̲a̲pe̲d̲|
|retard||ⓡⓔⓣⓐⓡⓓ / r̲e̲t̲a̲r̲d̲|
|sadist||ⓢⓐⓓⓘⓢⓣ / s̲a̲d̲i̲s̲t̲|
|semen||ⓢⓔⓜⓔⓝ / s̲e̲m̲e̲n̲|
|shit||ⓢⓗⓘⓣ / s̲h̲i̲t̲|
|sh!t||ⓢⓗⓘⓣ / s̲h̲i̲t̲|
|shithead||ⓢⓗⓘⓣⓗⓔⓐⓓ / s̲h̲i̲t̲h̲e̲a̲d̲|
|shitting||ⓢⓗⓘⓣⓣⓘⓝⓖ / s̲h̲i̲t̲t̲i̲n̲g|
|shitty||ⓢⓗⓘⓣⓣⓨ / s̲h̲i̲t̲t̲y|
|slut||ⓢⓛⓤⓣ / s̲l̲u̲t̲|
|sluts||ⓢⓛⓤⓣⓢ / s̲l̲u̲t̲s̲|
|smut||ⓢⓜⓤⓣ / s̲m̲u̲t̲|
|testicle||ⓣⓔⓢⓣⓘⓒⓛⓔ / t̲e̲s̲t̲i̲c̲l̲e̲|
|tits||ⓣⓘⓣⓢ / t̲i̲t̲s̲|
|vagina||ⓥⓐⓖⓘⓝⓐ / v̲a̲gi̲n̲a̲|
|whore||ⓦⓗⓞⓡⓔ / w̲h̲o̲r̲e̲|
|whores||ⓦⓗⓞⓡⓔⓢ / w̲h̲o̲r̲e̲s̲|
|xxx||ⓧⓧⓧ / x̲x̲x̲|
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Hi everyone, Selutu here. No, this is not another mass release, that will be in an unknown time in the future, most likely after we got a better server and everything so our site doesn’t overload from everything.
What I’m going to present to you today is a glossary of common Chinese slangs, gaming terms and ACGN terms. It’s something I decided to create in order to show interested readers as well as translators that find it hard to understand/translate these terms.
Even though I said that I created it, it is not completely true, I definitely couldn’t do it without Frozen (from Frozensama) , he pretty much wrote (rather, rewrote) all of the ACGN terms and moe characteristics section.
I hope everyone will find this useful and don’t hesitate to give us suggestions in the comments section.
In the mean time, I shall shamelessly advertise the Very Pure and Ambiguous – The Prequel Fan Art contest.
Please be reminded that the literal translations are just what they are, “literal translation”. They are by no means the correct translations.
Created by Selutu and Frozen.
Updated by Silva.
|美眉 / MM||Beautiful Eyebrows||The term originated from a Taiwanese tv drama, in which an actor’s accent caused his pronunciation of 妹妹 (little sister) to sound like 美眉. The term has then grown to mean a pretty girl.|
|恐龙(妹)||Dinosaur||An ugly girl/woman|
|蛋疼||Egg hurt||It’s the feeling you get when you feel very frustrated/annoyed/really pissed off about something (just like when your balls hurt).|
|卖萌||Act moe||I think that’s pretty self-explanatory.|
|屌丝||Male pubic hair||The original meaning of the term would be a ‘plebeian’. However, it is not often used as a slang for losers as well.|
|卧槽/我操/我艹/我靠/我擦||I f̲u̲c̲k̲ (your mom)||Originating from “我肏你妈”, which translates to “I f̲u̲c̲k̲ your mom”, the origin phrase essentially means “f̲u̲c̲k̲ you”. On the other hand, when used by itself it just means “f̲u̲c̲k̲”. The reason this is used is merely to prevent censorship of 我肏.|
|次奥||Taken the pinyin of 操 (ciao), it is another way of saying “f̲u̲c̲k̲”.|
|尼玛||尼玛 as the same pronunciation as 你妈 (your mom). It’s meaning is the same as the previous as being a short form of “I f̲u̲c̲k̲ your mom”. Since 你妈 is often censored, this is used instead.|
|你妹||Your sister||Short for “我操你妹” i.e. I f̲u̲c̲k̲ your sister. It has essentially the same meaning as “f̲u̲c̲k̲ you”.|
|意淫/YY||Although the term originated from “Dream of the Red Chamber”, it has long since lost its original meaning. The current meaning is “fantasizing”, but it often also has a sexual undertone linked to it.|
|跪了||Kneeled||It expresses the feeling one has when they would kneel, often when admitting a person is truly powerful; or to show admiration. At the same time, it can also be a way of saying that the person is unable to express the speechlessness. 跪了is roughly the Chinese equivalent of “orz”.|
|毁三观||Ruin three views||The 三观 (three views) refers to “world view”, “view of life” and “view of value”. 毁三观 is basically used to describe those people or situation that goes against those views.|
|躺枪/躺着也中枪||Laying gun / Getting shot even when lying down||The phrase originated from a famous line in the movie “Fight Back to School”, where a random soldier accidentally shot towards the floor, hitting a person that was pretending to be dead on the floor. It is used to express a person’s speechlessness / helplessness when they are uninvolved/innocent/retaining a low profile already. A typical example would be three friends are talking, Friend A and Friend B are insulting each other, then all of a sudden, Friend C got insulted by Friend A out of nowhere.|
|土豪||It refers to those filthy rich people that don’t think about spending and doesn’t have much taste.|
|坑爹||Pit dad||This is a term that’s very hard to actually express in English. It can be used to describe when a person/situation screws someone over. A situation -when this is used is when there is a group of people playing a team-based game, but one person just keeps screwing the team over. In that situation, the team would describe him as坑爹 (Keng Die).|
|高富帅||Tall Rich Handsome||Rather self-explanatory, it is a term to describe a man that’s tall, rich and handsome.|
|白富美||White Rich Beautiful||Rather self-explanatory, it is a term used to describe a woman that has a light skin tone, rich and beautiful|
|基友||Gay friend||Although it can be used literally, as a slang word, it just describes two close male friends.|
|打酱油||Hitting Soy Sauce||It roughly translates to “passing by” or is used as a term to describe casual players in sports, games etc.|
|神马||Divine horse||神马 is the slang what of saying 什么 (what)|
|虾米||Dried Shrimp||虾米is the slang what of saying 什么 (what), it originated from the Hokkien pronunciation什么.|
|太监了||Eunuched||It is a slang way to describe things that didn’t end. E.g. a web novel that the author dropped could be described as太监了|
|御宅族 / 宅男||Otaku||The former term means “Otaku”, while the latter term specifically refers to a male otaku.|
|霉女||Mold girl||It is slang for referring to a female otaku.|
|候住||Taken from the word “hold”, 候住 means “hold it”.|
|偶||It is a slang way of referring to “me”.|
|露肉||Revealing meat||It means “revealing” as in revealing your body. So a revealing piece of clothing would be 露肉装, and if someone is revealing a lot of skin, they would be doing the process of 露肉.|
|败家||Defeat home||A person that just waste away the family’s money without care.|
|打炮 / 打飞机||Hit cannon / Hit the Plane||Male masturbation|
|撸管||Rub the Pipe||Male masturbation|
|啪啪||Pa pa||It originates from the sound of two people’s body colliding during sex. It just means having sex.|
|特麼 / TM||His Mother||特麼 has the same pronunciation as 他妈, a Chinese slang that literally means f̲u̲c̲k̲ you.|
|草泥马||Grass Mud Horse||The Grass Mud Horse or Cǎonímǎ (草泥马) is a Chinese Internet meme widely used as a euphemism for the cursing phrase cào nǐ mā (肏你妈). It is a wordplay on the Mandarin words cào nǐ mā (肏你妈), literally, “f̲u̲c̲k̲ your mother”, and is one of the 10 mythical creatures created in a hoax article on Baidu Baike in early 2009 whose names form obscene puns. It has become an Internet chat forum cult phenomenon in China and has garnered worldwide press attention, with videos, cartoons, and merchandise of the animal (which is said to resemble the alpaca), having appeared.|
|撩阴腿||Basically, it means “kick the t̲e̲s̲t̲i̲c̲l̲e̲”.|
|弓虽女干||R̲a̲p̲e̲||The original word is 强奸, which means r̲a̲p̲e̲. It is separated into four Chinese Characters in order to avoid censorship.|
|车仑女干||G̲a̲n̲g̲b̲a̲n̲g̲||The original word is 轮奸, which means g̲a̲n̲g̲b̲a̲n̲g̲. It is separated into four Chinese Characters in order to avoid censorship.|
|打起十二分精神||Raise up your spirit to twelve grades||A Cantonese saying which basically means to concentrate/focus.|
|罗刹族人||Rakshasa Clan||This is what “Russian” is known as a few centuries ago.|
|丹田||Dantian||Dantian, dan t’ian, dan tien or tan t’ien is loosely translated as “elixir field”, “sea of qi”, or simply “energy center”. Dantian are the “qi focus flow centers”, important focal points for meditative and exercise techniques such as qigong, martial arts such as t’ai chi ch’uan, and in traditional Chinese medicine.|
|识海||Energy Core||Also known as Sea of Consciousness.|
|魯蛇||Foolish Snake||A loan word for: Loser|
|B-站||B-site||Bilibili (simplified Chinese: 哔哩哔哩), also nicknamed B Site (Chinese: B站), is a Chinese video sharing website based in Shanghai|
|3P||T̲h̲r̲e̲e̲s̲o̲m̲e̲||3P means t̲h̲r̲e̲e̲s̲o̲m̲e̲, ie three person. 4P means f̲o̲u̲r̲s̲o̲m̲e̲. N basically means an undefined large number. So, NP到死 means g̲a̲n̲g̲b̲a̲n̲g̲e̲d̲ to death. Metaphorically rather than literally death.|
|6的不行||Top Quality||6 is slang for being 一流 or the best|
|装13||Flexing||装13 = 装B = 装逼 = to act like a pretentious prick|
|七七四十九||7749||There are many variant of this, such as 5525, 7749, 8864, and 9981, but all of them has one thing in common, the last two numbers are the multiplication of the first two. Writing out the times table is a common Chinese idiom to emphasize the last two numbers.|
|Term||Literal Translation||Meaning and Origins|
|上单||Solo Top||It is a MOBA term.|
|中单||Solo Mid||It is a MOBA term.|
|打野||Jungle||It is a MOBA term.|
|W冲||Suicidal Charge||You don’t even try to bob and weave, you just go straight forward, as though you were just pressing W-movement on a keyboard.|
|喷Z||Shotgun||Short for 喷子, which is slang for shotguns 散弹枪 in PUBG.|
|菜鸡 / 菜鸟||Vegetable Bird / Chicken||It’s a slang for ‘newbie’ in games, a target that’s very easy to pick off in fps etc.|
|非洲人||African||Originating from KanColle, it is the term referring to a very unlucky person|
|亚洲人||Asian||Originating from KanColle, it is the term referring to a person with average luck.|
|欧洲人 / 欧神||European||Originating from KanColle, it is the term referring to a very lucky person. Can be translated as lucksack.|
|坦克/肉盾||Tank / Meat Shield||Someone who ‘tanks’ for the team, i.e. takes all the damage|
|风筝||Kite||Same as the literal meaning, it refers to the act of ‘kiting’|
|666 / 6||666 / 6||It is used to describe a person doing something very cool. For example, if Person A did something very cool, Person B would say, “666.” Or “You are so 6.”|
|晒晒||Show show||Show off|
|金手指||Gold Finger||A gaming slang that refers to “cheats”.|
|自动挂机||AFK Grinding||The act of grinding automatically while the player is “away from keyboard”.|
|内测||Closed Beta||A testing arrangement in which a beta test version of software is distributed to a small group of testers.|
|肉搏||Close Combat||Fight hand-to-hand / engage in melee.|
|刷怪||Sweep Mob||Typically used to refer to “grinding”.|
|缠斗||Hit and Run||A hit and run strategy in close-range.|
|菜刀队||Glass Cannon Party||A party that consist of high attack low defense classes.|
|关底翻牌||Bonus Round||Is a game mechanism in many moba games, where after players cleared a level, they will be given a chance to flip 3-5 hidden cards. The cards contain rare skins, heroes, and other things. Typical example would be overwatch, league of legends, or honour of king.|
|腐女||Fujoshi (rotten girl)||Japanese term for girls who are fans of BL novels, manga, etc.|
|萌||Moe (new sprouts appearing from the ground)||On the contrary, to what Moe originally meant, it turned into a slang for describing one’s emotional affections towards a 2D character. (games, novels, manga, etc)|
|御姐||Onee-san||Older sister character type.|
|中二病||Chuunibyou||8th grader syndrome. Time period when person (usually around 14yrs old) is under the delusions that world spins around them (they are the greatest, main characters of the world. Etc). Usually used in anime for characters thinking they have superpowers.|
|天然呆||Tennen Boke (Natural Airhead)||A person that naturally acts clueless/stupid/unaware|
|秀吉||Hideyoshi||Hideyoshi is a term for a character that is “neither male nor female” in other words, characters who are hard to categorize as either purely a boy or a girl.
Anyone with characteristics like that of Hideyoshi Kinoshita from Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu.
|傲娇||Tsundere||Character who is acting cold (tsuntsun) on the outside while being lovestuck (deredere) inside.|
|病娇||Yandere (sickly lovestuck)||Character who would use any violent means to be with his/her lover.|
|黑化||Blacken||Originating from Fate / Stay Night, when Saber gets transformed into Saber Alter. This basically describes someone that has drastically changed or “fallen”.
Literally, it means when a character undergoes a sudden “dark/sinister” change.
|腹黑||Haraguro||Someone who has an evil inside, but often acts kind and innocent in appearance|
|毒舌||Dokuzetsu||A poison tongued person.|
|猫耳娘||Nekomimi Girl||Cat ear girl|
|兔耳娘||Usagimimi girl||Rabbit ear girl|
|(爆发)小宇宙||Cosmos||Reference to Saint Seiya’s Cosmos power-up.|
|纳尼||Nani||Japanese term for “what”|
|伪娘||Fake girl / Tomgirl||Trap/crossdressing character that could be mistaken for a girl.|
|KUSO||Kuso||Japanese slang for swearing “damn, ****, etc”|
|口癖||Speech habit||Kuchiguse in Japanese is used for a word (or sometimes a phrase) that a person uses often in a conversations. (eg: Nya, Nano desu, Dattebayo)|
|百合||Girl’s Love||Yuri action|
|工口||Ero||( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)|
|绝对领域||Absolute Territory||The space between girl’s knee socks and skirt.|
|杀必死||Service||2D fan service.|
|达令||Darling||Referring to a character with Darling.|
|卖肉||Selling meat||Fan service.|
|赛高||Saikou||Referring to something or someone as “best/supreme/highest level”|
|推倒||Push down||Push down in a sexual way|
|暴走||Boso||Running wild/rampaging character.|
|吐槽||Retort / Tsukkomi||Tsukkomi – retort or in other words, “playing a straight man”.|
|(收到)好人卡||Good person card / Rejected||More specifically, it’s getting rejected with something along the lines of “You’re a good person, but we can’t be together.”|
|软妹(子)||Soft sister||A girl that’s kind and easy to push around, while also having a good personality|
|本命||Honmei (Favorite)||The most popular character(s) in a series. (best waifu/husbando)|
|-君||-kun||Honorific mostly used by seniors addressing to juniors, or among male friends.
Although, it’s usually used for men, it’s not a strict rule.
|-酱||-chan||A honorific usually used with children or people who you are close to.|
Literally means “annoying, Noisy”.
|JP for “Shut up!”|
|(满头)黑线||Black lines||A show of speechlessness.|
|欧尼桑||onii-san||Japanese slang for big brother.|
|欧内桑||onee-san||Japanese slang for big sister.|
|一抹多||Imouto||Japanese loanword for younger sister.|
|猪头人||Orc||Literally: Pig-headed man. A demihuman or monsters with pig features, especially their head.|
|兽人||Beastman||A demihuman with animal features, such as beast ears or tail.|
|魔兽||Magic Beast||Magically enhanced beasts that are commonly seen in fantasy world.|
|阴阳师||Onmyoji||Onmyōji were specialists in magic and divination. Their court responsibilities ranged from tasks such as keeping track of the calendar, to mystical duties such as divination and protection of the capital from evil spirits. They could divine auspicious or harmful influences in the earth, and were instrumental in the moving of capitals. It is said that an onmyōji could also summon and control shikigami.|
|式神||Shikigami||Shikigami (式神, also read as Shiki-no-kami, 式の神) is the term for a being from Japanese folklore. It is thought to be some sort of kami, represented by a small ghost. The belief of shikigami originates from Onmyōdō.|
|烏帽子 / 乌帽||Eboshi Cap||烏帽子 (hiragana えぼし, rōmaji eboshi) A type of black-lacquered court cap originating during the Heian period, previously worn only by men of a particular social status, and now worn in certain Shinto ceremonies and by gyoji presiding over sumo matches|
|和钢||Alloy||A metal made by combining two or more metallic elements, especially to give greater strength or resistance to corrosion.|
|御币||Gohei||Gohei (御幣), onbe (御幣), or heisoku (幣束) are wooden wands, decorated with two shide (zigzagging paper streamers) used in Shinto rituals.|
|巫女||Miko||In Shinto, a miko (巫女) is a shrine maiden or a supplementary priestess. Miko were once likely seen as a shaman but are understood in modern Japanese culture to be an institutionalized role in daily shrine life, trained to perform tasks, ranging from sacred cleansing to performing the sacred Kagura dance.|
|和服||Kimono||Traditional national clothing.|
|浴衣||Yukata||Literally translates to bathrobe.|
|忍术||Ninjutsu||Sometimes used interchangeably with the modern term ninpō, is the strategy and tactics of unconventional warfare, guerrilla warfare and espionage purportedly practiced by the ninja|
|异世界||Otherworld||Isekai, Parallel World, etc.|
|兜裆布||Fundoshi||Fundoshi (褌, ふんどし) is the traditional Japanese undergarment for adult males, made from a length of cotton. Before World War II, the fundoshi was the main form of underwear for Japanese adult males. However it fell out of use quickly after the war with the introduction of new underwear to the Japanese market, such as briefs and boxer briefs.
Nowadays, the fundoshi is mainly used not as underwear but as festival (matsuri) clothing at Hadaka Matsuri or, sometimes, as swimwear.”
|石翁||Stone Carvings||Sekibutsu 石仏
Stone Carvings of Buddhist Deities
|争夷大将军 / 征夷大将軍||Shogun||The Shōgun (将軍, Japanese: [ɕoːɡɯɴ] (About this soundlisten); English: /ˈʃoʊɡʌn/ SHOH-gun) was the military dictator of Japan during most of the period spanning from 1185 to 1868. Nominally appointed by the Emperor, shōguns were usually the de facto rulers of the country, though during part of the Kamakura period shōguns were themselves figureheads. The office of shōgun was in practice hereditary, though over the course of the history of Japan several different clans held the position. Shōgun is the short form of Sei-i Taishōgun (征夷大将軍, “Commander-in-Chief of the Expeditionary Force Against the Barbarians”), a high military title from the Heian period. When Minamoto no Yoritomo gained political ascendency over Japan in 1185, the title was revived to regularize his position, making him the first shōgun in the usually understood sense.|
|太政大臣||Chancellor||The Daijō-daijin or Dajō-daijin (太政大臣, “Chancellor of the Realm”) was the head of the Daijō-kan (Great Council of State) during and after the Nara period and briefly under the Meiji Constitution. Equivalent to the Chinese Taishi (太師) (Grand Preceptor).|
|中纳言||Middle Counselor||Chūnagon (中納言) was a counselor of the second rank in the Imperial court of Japan. The role dates from the 7th century.
The role was eliminated from the Imperial hierarchy in 701, but it was re-established in 705. This advisory position remained a part of the Imperial court from the 8th century until the Meiji period in the 19th century.”
|狩衣||Hunting Robe||Also called kariginu in Japan, a traditional hunting robe worn by nobles during the Heian period.|
|皮铁||Skin Steel||It is harder but relatively less tough, would be made into the outer layer of the sword.|
|心铁||Core Steel||This is relatively soft, but very tough and elastic, serves as the inner core of the sword.|
|刀茎||Tang||A tang or shank is the back portion of the blade component of a tool where it extends into stock material or connects to a handle. The craftsman usually engrave their name on the tang of the blade.|
|百鬼夜行||Night Parade of One Hundred Demons||Hyakki Yagyō, variation: Hyakki Yakō, (百鬼夜行, “Night Parade of One Hundred Demons”) is an idiom in Japanese folklore. Sometimes an orderly procession, other times a riot, it refers to an uncontrolled horde of countless numbers of supernatural creatures known as oni and yōkai. As a terrifying eruption of the supernatural world into our own, it is similar (though not precisely equivalent) to the concept of pandemonium in English.|
|彼岸||Higanbana flower||The Japanese common name Higanbana (彼岸花, Higan bana) for Lycoris radiata literally means “flower of higan (the other shore of Sanzu River, or a Buddist holiday around the autumnal equinox)”. In Japan the red spider lily signals the arrival of fall. Another popular Japanese name for Lycoris radiata is Manjushage (曼珠沙華, Manjusha-ge or Manjusha-ke), taken from the name of a mythical flower described in Chinese translation of the Lotus Sutra. It is called by over 1000 other local names in Japan.|
|豪族||Prominent Clan||Gōzoku (豪族, lit. “prominent clan”) is a Japanese term used to refer to powerful and wealthy families. In historical context, it usually refers to local samurai clans with significant local land holdings. Some were almost locally independent, and held strong ties to important commoners such as wealthy merchants. Unlike the vassal samurai of the greater lords, gozōku may or may not have held court rank or served directly under a liege. They tended to be financially secure and, if under a liege, less dependent upon him for income.|
|绳文||Rope-patterned||The Jōmon pottery (縄文土器, Jōmon doki) is a type of ancient earthenware pottery which was made during the Jōmon period in Japan. The term “Jōmon” (縄文) means “rope-patterned” in Japanese, describing the patterns that are pressed into the clay.|
|武士||Samurai||First rank a Swordsman receives after passing the basic test.|
|下忍||Genin||First rank a ninja receives after passing the basic test.|
|中忍||Chunin||Chūnin (中忍, Literally meaning: Middle Ninja, Meaning (Viz): Journeyman Ninja) are ninja who have reached a level of maturity and ability that primarily consists of leadership skills and tactical prowess.|
|上忍||Jonin||Jonin (上忍, Jōnin, Literally meaning: High Ninja, Meaning (Viz): Elite Ninja) are generally highly experienced and highly skilled shinobi who serve as military captains.|
|玉钢||Tamahagane||“Tamahagane (玉鋼) is a type of steel made in the Japanese tradition. The word tama means “”round and precious””, like a gem. The word hagane means “”steel””. Tamahagane is used to make Japanese swords, knives, and other kinds of tools.
The carbon content of the majority of analyzed japanese sword historically lies between 0.5~0.7 mass%, however the range extends up to 1.5%.”
|和歌||Waka||Waka (和歌, “Japanese poem”) is a type of poetry in classical Japanese literature. Although waka in modern Japanese is written as 和歌, in the past it was also written as 倭歌 (see Wa (Japan)), and a variant name is yamato-uta (大和歌).|
|马猴烧酒||Mahou Shoujo||Japanese loanword for Magical Girl.|
|黑长直||Straight black hair|
|螺旋卷||Drill hair||Character with drill/spring-like curly hair.|
|姬发式||Hime cut||Hime Cut is a hairstyle consisting of straight, usually cheek-length sidelocks and frontal fringe.|
|呆毛||Ahoge||Lit. Stupid hair. That single standing lock of hair on characters. (like araragi from bakemonogatari)|
|灼眼||Burning-eye(s)||Characters with Red/crimson eyes.|
|双色瞳||Heterochromic eyes||Person with different eye colors.|
|眼镜娘||Meganekko||Lit. Glasses girl/Girl with glasses.|
|虎牙||Tiger teeth||Cute Little Fangs peeking out from mouth.|
|天然呆||Tennen Boke||Natural airhead.|
|天然黑||Tennen guro||Lit. Natural Guro. Being a Haraguro while not aware of themselves/enthusiastic about it.|
|电波女||Denpa Onna (electrowave Girl)||Denpa is a Japanese term for individuals who are disconnected or dissociated from the people around them.|
|毒舌||Dokuzetsu / Poisonous tongue||Person with Harsh/Abusive language.|
|中二病||Chuunibyou / Eight-grader syndrome|
|弱气||Yowaki||Weak willed character.|
|丧女||Mojo||Unpopular woman/girl (with boys).|
|大和抚子||Yamato Nadeshiko||Japanese term for “ideal woman” or “woman who displays the charms of old japan)|
|电锯女||Electric saw girl|
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