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For myself~Japanese slang

*Cheshka*




J-SlangEnglishContributorNotes
bachin-bachinheavy typingKishida-san
baku-bakuquickly (eating)Hiromi
bara-barascattered, loosethduggie
bari-baritearing, crunchingthduggie
becha-bechachattering, prattling, gooey, messythduggie
bera-beranonstop rapid talkingAnna
beron-beronvery drunkOlivier
beta-betastickyTsuri-san, Suzuki-san
beto-betogooeyHiromi
betsu-betsuseparatetextbook
biri-birilike an electric shockStef
bori-borihard to the biteHiromi
boro-bororumpled, scuffed, slightly damagedthduggie
bota-botadrip(ping)Santa and her friends
boto-botodrip(ping)Santa and her friends
bura-buraidly, aimlessly (strolling or walking)Stef, Anna
buru-burushaking, shivering with cold or fearRobert
butsu-butsugrumbling, complaining, mutteringthduggie
byuu-byuuwhistling (wind)Ohashi-san
chiku-chikuprickling painStef
choki-chokisnipping, cuttingKinjirou, Tsuri-san
dan-danslowly but surelytextbook
dara-daralazy, sluggish, prevaricatingthduggie
doki-dokiexcited, nervous (esp. in romantic situations)thduggie
doku-dokugushingly, profuselythduggie
don-donquicklytextbook
fura-furameandering, without direction (walking)thduggie, Mishima-san
fuwa-fuwacushy softthduggie
gachi-gachichattering (of teeth), thinking hardMieko
gara-garaclattering, rattlingthduggie
gari-gariscratching, clawingthduggie
giri-girijust barelythduggie, Stef
gisu-gisustrained (atmosphere), thin and bonythduggie
goku-gokuquickly (drinking, swallowing)Okaasan
goro-goroidle, relaxedStef
goro-gorothunderStef
guden-gudendead drunkOlivier's dictionary
gun-gunrapidly, smoothly (aircraft, boats)thduggie
guru-guruturning round, spiralingSanta and her friends, thduggie
gusha-gushaflowing slowlythduggie?
gutsu-gutsusimmeringOlivier's dictionary
hara-harauneasythduggie
hiku-hikusniffing, twitchingthduggie
hiri-hirihot, burning feeling (sunburn)Hiromi
iro-irovarioustextbook
jan-jana lotthduggie
japan-japan (sic)splashing (water on oneself)Kishida-san
jari-jaricrunchy, grainy (to the bite)Matsuo-san
jiro-jiro (miru)staring, scrutinizingthduggie
jori-jorito shaveMieko
kachi-kachiticking (of clock)Hiromi
kan-kan (okoru)very (to get very angry)thduggie
kara-karathirstyHiromi, Okaasan
kisu-kisukissing (duh)thduggie
kocho-kochosecretNaito-san
kocho-kocho (suru)to tickleNaito-san
kori-koricrunchy (e.g. biting on cartilage)thduggie
koro-kororolling (small, round object)Stef
kotsu-kotsuclicking (of high heels)Kishida-san
kuta-kutadead tiredthduggie <;/span>
masu-masumore and morethduggie
mecha-mechalots, veryChiharu, Nami
misu-misuunder one's nosethduggieK
muki-mukisuitabilitythduggieK
muzu-muzuitchy, impatientthduggie
naga-nagavery longStef
naka-nakahardlythduggie-
naka-nakaquite, ratherOhashi-san
neba-nebasticky, viscousthduggie
noro-noroslowlyStef
nya-nyacatNakagawa-san
nyoro-nyoroslitheringMishima-san
pachi-pachidripping wetChiharu, Nami
pachi-pachishutter-snappingHiromi
pachin-pachinsmall, cuteKishida-san
pari-paricrispy (e.g. potato chips)Santa and her friends
pasa-pasadry (hair, cakes, etc.)thduggie, Santa and her friends
pata-patapattering (feet)Hiromi
peko-pekovery hungryOlivier
peko-pekoapologize excessively, with bobbing headHiromi
pera-perafluent(ly)Anna, thduggie
pero-perolapping (like a dog)Hiromi
peta-petapressing repeatedlythduggie?
pichi-pichifresh, livelythduggie
pika-pikabright, flashing, sparklingStef
piri-pirihot (in taste)Stef, Hiromi
pocha-pochaelastic (skin)thduggie
poto-potodrip(ping) in large dropsSanta and her friends
potsu-potsubit by bit, spottythduggie
potsun-potsunfirst raindropsHiromi
puchi-puchipopping (e.g. ikura, bubble plastic)Nakagawa-san
puri-puriangrilythduggie
puri-purismell(ing) stronglythduggie
rabu-raburomantic (love-love)Stef
saku-sakucrunchy, eating noisilySanta and her friends, Hiromi
sara-sarafluently, smoothly flowingthduggie
sara-saradry, squeaky cleanthduggie
sawa-sawasoft?, patting?thduggie?
shaa-shaashamelessly, carefreethduggie
shari-shariluxuriousNaito-san
shiba-shibaoften, frequentlythduggie
shibu-shibureluctantlyHiromi
shiku-shikucryingSanta and her friends
shito-shitorainingSanta and her friends
shiwa-shiwa(very) wrinkledthduggie
sowa-sowanervousthduggie
sura-surafast (writing)Hiromi
suru-suru (to)nimbly (small animals, etc.)thduggie
tabi-tabioften, repeatedlyStef
tama-tamaoccasionallythduggie
teku-tekuwalking, footstepsKishida-san
toku-tokupouring quickly, in gaspsthduggie, Mishima-san
ton-tonpatting shoulderOhashi-san
toro-torodrowsilyStef
tsuru-tsurusmooth to the touchHiromi
uro-uroloitering, aimless wanderingthduggie
uzu-uzuitching to do somethingthduggie
waku-wakunervous, excited, tremblingthduggie
wan-wandogNakagawa-san
waza-wazago to the trouble of, expressly, intentionallythduggie
zaa-zaapouring rain, rushing water, white noiseSanta and her friends
zabuun-zabuunpouring water (on oneself)Kishida-san

 

Notes:
- used with negatives
K written with kanji, thus technically not onomatopoetic
? uncertain - someone please confirm!
"textbook" refers to Minna no Nihongo I and II





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