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What does -kun at the end of a name mean in Japanese?

"Kun" is a diminuitive. That is, it asserts a degree of familiarity, or in other cases, social superiority. A teacher may refer to his students, or a boss to those who work un (MORE)

What does kuro-kun mean?

Kuro-kun is a casual way of referring to a person named Kuro, or somone who has the nickname Kuro (Black). It is less formal than using Kuro-san, and is used for men.
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Why do Japanese use kun after a name?

-kun is an honourific suffix that is used normally towards boys who are younger or have a lower status than you. for example, if you knew someone and say, you were 15 and he w (MORE)

What does kun at the end of a name mean in Japanese?

"Kun" is a diminuitive. That is, it asserts a degree of familiarity, or in other cases, social superiority. A teacher may refer to his students, or a boss to those who work un (MORE)
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What does -Chan and -kun mean?

If you look at other questions i answered what -Chan means but -kun  is used to show endearment towards boys. Otherwise it's used to  show the person using it knows them wel (MORE)

What is the difference between 'san' 'Chan' 'kun' and 'Sama'?

"san" is the same as Mr, Mrs, Miss etc used in normal everyday speech, mostly used with the surname except maybe in an informal environment, say drinking after work i.e. "Mr (MORE)
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What does kun mean?

-kun is used at the end of boys' names to express familiarity or  endearment. It's somewhat similar to the way we turn "Rick" into  "Ricky" in English.
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