How do you write at in romaji?
Romaji is when you write Japanese words in English letters, for example, "Kaibutsu" means monster, except its not in Japanese symbols. SO, to write in romaji, just write in English alphabet!
In romaji, one word is "kurai".
anata no odorikata ga suki
Cierra = シエラ (Spelled Siera in Romaji)
The three writing systems used in Japanese are: Hiragana Katakana Kanji Romaji is a 4th system used to write Japanese with Latin letters. Romaji is not routinely used though.
Tenshi is the romaji of the kanji for angel Or the "Westernized" enjeruu
To write "freedom" with Kanji, Kana, and romaji, it is 自由 / じゆう / jiyuu.
In romaji: mura In hiragana: むら In kanji: 村
Hi = Kon'nichiwa (こんにちは)
Kanji: 紫 Hiragana: むらさき Romaji: murasaki
Hiragana:に じゅ Romaji: Nijuu Pronunciation: Nee-Joo
Kanji: 待って Hiragana: まって Romaji: Matte
Ice cream is an "abroad" word and is written out in katakana. The romaji translation is AISUKURIIMU
In romaji: bunka In hiragana: ぶんか In kanji: 文化
Romaji: Doubutsu kana: どうぶつ kanji: 動物
You can find a Romaji to English translator easily on the internet. Simply Google Romaji to English. You can also Google Romaji to Kanji to find a translator for that as well.
Translate WHAT into romaji???
I can write it in romaji, although I don't know what it translates to. Terminator X = Taruminataa Eksu
douitashimashite (pronounced doh-oo-ee-tah-she-mah-she-tay) Courtesy of MLG!!! ;)
Spot in Japanese is スポット in Katakana ,Supotto in Romaji ,すぽっと in Hiragana
The name 'Ayesha' in Japanese isã‚¢ã‚¤ãƒ¼ã‚·ãƒ£, which in Romaji is 'aiisha'.
HIRAGANA: としょ かん KANJI: 図書館 ROMAJI: Toshokan
Hello in romaji is Konnichiwa
Romaji is pronounced sort of like Row-mah-jee that's it! you now know how to pronunce romaji!
Nope! Some courses will probably mandate it, but you certainly don't need to learn it. Japanese people will mostly write in romaji for the purpose of helping out people they're working with who mainly speak English, I'm pretty sure. It wouldn't hurt, and it's pretty easy, but you certainly don't need to make it a point to learn it. If you mean "mandatory", no. Japanese don't use romaji if they can avoid it. Practically speaking… Read More
well here it is how you write it in Japanese here is the Kanji (traditional): うちは イタチ and here is in Romaji (new) うちは イタチ
You may write: 私はメロンにアレルギーです。 In romaji: watashi ha meron ni arerugii desu.
Ningen dehanai. The "H" is pronounced as a "W". In Japanese text: 人間ではない
Japanese: 絵を描きますか。 , Romaji: 'e wo kakimasu ka?' , [lit: Do you draw picture(s)?]. Or; Japanese: 描きますか。 , Romaji: 'egakimasu ka?' , [lit: Do you sketch/draw?].
the name 'Lauren' in romaji is Rooren...
Sort of. Google translate now translates words into traditional Japanese along with romaji. It doesn't always translate full sentences into romaji though.
She is Lisa = Kanojo no namae wa Risa desu (彼女の名前はリサです)
Errr... Kristy isn't a Japanese name, so it doesn't have a kanji. All foreign names are written in romaji only. クリスティー
it's probably written ヘイリー which is, in romaji, heirii. however, i'm not a native speaker so you might want to double check this.
English to Romaji translator: http://www.dicts.info/2/english-japanese_romaji.php?
The Romanization of Japanese is called Romaji. In other words, the system of using the latin alphabet for Japanese words. Click here for more information about Romaji
76 in Japanese romaji na-na-juu-roku
誕生日おめでとう！ In all hiragana, that's たんじょうびおめでとう The romaji for this is "tanjoubi omedetou". In case you are not familiar with romaji, the "ou" is a long "oh" sound, not an "ow" sound.
デラノ (romaji : derano) is Japanese for name : Delano
What word do you want in romaji? Type "how to say _____ in Japanese" into a Google search, and romaji for the word will come up so you can pronounce it. By the way, it's "Romaji" not "Romanji". Roma is the Japanese word for Rome.
Yes, but it can be difficult, tiring, and slow to read romaji, as without Kanji to properly differentiate homophones, one must rely on context to ensure understanding.
Yes Japan is "Japan" in English. If you're asking about writing the Japanese language using the same alphabet as English, the answer is also yes. This system is called Romaji.
To spell a Japanese word with English letters is called Romaji. The word legendary in Romaji is: denkiteki.
サッカー, or "sakka" in romaji.
myuujikku or ongaku
The Romanization of Japanese is called Rōmaji. There are three main spelling systems for Rōmaji, and the Hepburn system is the most common.
If you mean how to write the word 'image' or it's translation in Japanese then : Katakana : イメージ (very commonly used word) 写象 (kanji) : しゃしょう (hiragana) shashou (romaji) sha-shou* (is the main word for image) * : (like in hole) 像 (kanji) : ぞう (hiragana) zou (romaji) is another general word meaning 'image, picture, portrait, etc'. 絵 (kanji) え (hiragana) 'e' (romaji) means picture or drawing. Of course image can have many meanings… Read More