Is it Yabai or Yabe?

Is it Yabai or Yabe?

Yabai could be pronounced ヤバっ(Yaba),ヤベー(Yabee), ヤベっ(Yabe) as well. It originally means “dangerous” used in a bad situation.

What does Majide mean?

Maji de / まじで Roughly translating to “really” or “For reals?” the phrase maji de can be used as a question, “Are you serious?” or to add emphasis like in the phrase, “Maji de yabai,” which means “seriously insane.”

What does youji mean in Japanese?

sunshine, second
陽二, “sunshine, second”

How do you use Honto in Japanese?

Other Ways to Say “Really?”

  1. hontou ni: “Really,” however, there is a stronger emphasis on the ni so it tends to be a stronger version of the word in verbal and written form.
  2. hontou desu ka: “Are you sure?” can be used in place of hontou in formal situations.
  3. sou desu ka: “Is that so?” or “Are you sure?

What is Yoji?

matter, thing, fact, business, reason, possibly.

Is Yabai a curse word?

Very bad or very good, depending on the context and the age of the speaker. Yabai is an adjective denoting that something is bad or dangerous. Its original connotations were that the speaker felt he or she was in imminent danger or was about to be inconvenienced.

When do you use ukeru in Japanese slang?

When someone does or says funny things, or something hilarious happens, ukeru is used. This is a typical word for gyaru. The English translation will be “That’s funny!”, “Hilarious!”, “That’s epic!”. 彼の髪型、超ウケる。 Kare no kamigata choo-ukeru. His hair style is hilarious. 10. ビミョー bimyoo bimyoo as a slang word is usually written in katakana ビミョー.

What are some Japanese slang words for cute?

There are some combined words like busu-kawaii (ugly-cute), kimo-kawaii (gross-cute). Young Japanese people tend to say kawaii so often to cute looking people and things. 今日の服、かわいいね。

What do you call someone who is a nerd in Japan?

“Riajyu リア充” is an abbreviation of “Real” and “Jyujitsu 充実” which means “satisfied”. This word is used by nerds called “Otaku オタク” in Japanese to refer to someone who enjoy the real world.