Saturday, June 29, 2013

hashiru (はしる): run

To run (u-verb)

bari bari (バリバリ): very

(1) When one is full of energy and ready to get 'em on/get to task; 
(2) When something is very hard/crunchy;
(3) SFX for eating something very crunchy, like senbei

umare (生まれ): birth

Like shusshin, you can use umare to ask where someone is from but in this case it refers to where they were born.

paipan (パイパン): shaved/hairless where it counts

Name for the glabrousness of an individual, usually a female, who lacks pubic hair either naturally or due to removal. (from Wikitionary)

osusume (おすすめ): recommendation

Recommendation; osusume ga arimasu ka.

Sunday, January 27, 2013

moikkai (もいっかい): one more round

This means one more round, one more rotation. The kanji for kai is 回.

otooshi (おとうし): appetizer served with alcohol

Otooshi, also known as sakizuke and tsukidashi, is a side dish eaten with alcohol that is automatically served before a meal at an izakaya (Japanese style bars), a sushi bar, and a traditional Japanese restaurant regardless of your order.

Reference: Gourmet Navigator

hitohada (ひとはだ): body temperature

hito is person and hada is a person's skin (or outer surface). This is used to describe a temperature and Ayumu used this at Cosmos to describe the temperature of a drink.

nomitarinai (のみたりない): not drinking enough

Tariru is like sugiru, it is an "add on" verb and it means to be enough, to suffice. Tarinai is the negative form, so nomitarinai is used to say that someone isn't drinking enough.