What is the pronunciation for the Japanese word for undefeated?
無敵（むてき）. In romaji it is muteki. You pronounce it like mu-teh-key.
The English pronunciation for the Japanese word for nosy is O-sek-ka-i-na.
You just say the English word, but with Japanese pronunciation.
English: Badge Japanese: バッジ pronunciation: Bajji
The Japanese word for season is 季節 (kisetsu). The pronunciation of kisetsu is something like 'key-set-su'. The u is muttered a little towards the end.
The Japanese word for 'oracle' is ç¥žè¨— (shintaku). The pronunciation is roughly like "shin-tahkoo".
The Japanese word for 'sin' is ç½ª (tsumi). The pronunciation is roughly like "tsoo-mee".
The word anime is an abbreviated pronunciation in Japanese of "animation"
"The" would be pronounced "za" or "ze" in a Japanese accent. There's no equivalent of the English word "the" in Japanese.
It is タコ English pronunciation is [Tako]
"Airon" (the Japanese pronunciation of "iron") or "kurogane."
Pronunciation is a word that refers to how one sounds out specific words in a language. It is similar in meaning to accent and is especially importance in languages such as Japanese.
The Japanese word for 'turtle' is 亀 (kame).The pronunciation is roughly like "kah-meh".
"Jezu" is not a Japanese word, but it could be an attempted way of maintaining the Latin pronunciation of "Jesus."
The Japanese word for 'injection' is æ³¨å°„. The pronunciation is roughly like "chew-shah".
kee go like the key and then go
Peach in Japanese is " momo ". That's just the pronunciation of the word. The spelling is different. Hope my answer helped you ^^
The word 'mackerel' is ã‚µãƒ (saba) in Japanese. The pronunciation is somewhat like "sah-bah".
アントニオ /an to ni o/ is Japanese spelling of the word, the pronunciation is almost identical to its English counterpart.
The Japanese word for 'prince' is çŽ‹å (ouji). The pronunciation is roughly like "oh gee".
The Japanese word for 'cheese' is ãƒãƒ¼ã‚º (chiizu) and was borrowed from English (thus the very similar pronunciation).
熊 or クマ, both with the same pronunciation - kuma
The word 'rock star' was borrowed from English in Japanese and so mimics its pronunciation. The word isãƒãƒƒã‚¯ã‚¹ã‚¿ãƒ¼ (rokkustaa).
The word 'barbeque' isãƒãƒ¼ãƒ™ã‚ãƒ¥ãƒ¼ (baabekyuu) in Japanese. This word mimics English pronunciation, as it is an English loanword.
The word doesn't exist, but the word klutz has the same pronunciation and in Japanese is おちょこちょい ochokochoi
Waarokku The closest Japanese word that isn't a Japanese pronunciation of the English word is 'maou'. waarokku is the masculine form,aarokku the feminine form.waarokku is used mostly in reference to tibetan monks.
The Japanese word for 'typhoon' is å°é¢¨ (taifuu). The pronunciation is very similar to that of English, except that the final 'n' is dropped.
No, the Japanese word for injection is æ³¨å°„ (chuusha). The pronunciation would roughly be like "chew-shah".
If that is a name you need to provide the pronunciation otherwise it can not be transliterated.
The Japanese word å¯º (tera) means 'temple'. The pronunciation is roughly like "teh-rah". If you'd like to hear a native speaker's pronunciation, please see the related link below.
土付かず - tsuchitsukazu
The word ä¸Šæ‰‹ (jouzu) may be used to mean 'skilled' in Japanese. The pronunciation is roughly like "joe-zoo".
The word æ—‹å¾‹ (senritsu) means 'melody' or 'tune' in Japanese. The pronunciation is somewhat like "sehn-ree-tsoo".
The word åŒå (futago) means 'twins' or 'twin' in Japanese. The pronunciation is roughly like 'foo-tah-go'.
The word 'expert' may be translated as é”äºº (tatsujin) in Japanese. The pronunciation is roughly like "tah-tsoo-jean".
Here is how to say flying in japanese: Japanese Symbols: フライング Kana: [フライング] Romaji (english pronunciation): furaingu Meanings: flying, false start, frying
Mesutora （雌虎）; approximate pronunciation: 'meh-soo-,to-rah
Hiragana = あか Kanji = 赤 Pronunciation = Aka
All names and proper nouns can enter Japanese using 'Katakana' syllabary of Japanese writing system. Consonants however need to be changed since there is only one consonant in Japanese syllabary and it is 'n'; the rest are syllables. There is a thorough guide how to change a non-Japanese word into Japanese spelling and pronunciation using katakana here: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_spell_in_katakana#ixzz1QSBOHA9t
悪魔 /a ku ma/ is the word for devil and 熊 /ku ma/ is the one for bear. As you see their kanji is different, the only thing they are alike in is the pronunciation, which is no big deal since in Japanese there are numerous homonyms (words with same pronunciation, but mostly different spellings and various meanings) and just a close pronunciation is nothing special and there is no relation between the words.
Sushi is the same in Italian and Japanese. Specifically, the word functions as a Japanese loan word in Italian. It is presented here as a masculine noun in its singular form. It may be preceded by the masculine singular definite article il ("the"). The pronunciation will be "SOO-shee" in Italian.
'Cake' in Japanese isケーキ (ke-ki). This word was borrowed from English, and so has very similar pronunciation. Therefore, 'Japanese cake' is和風のケーキ (wafuu no ke-ki) which means 'Japanese-style cake'.
The name 'Rylee' would be ãƒ©ã‚¤ãƒªãƒ¼ (rairii) in Japanese. As this word is borrowed from English, the pronunciation is almost identical. The only real difference in pronunciation is the 'r' sound, which is usually described to be halfway between 'r' and 'l'.
The Japanese equivalent of the word calligraphy is 書道 （shodou). If you'd like to hear a native speaker's pronunciation, see the related links below.
That would depend on the person and their learning style/affinity for each language. But in general I'd say Japanese is easier for the simple reason that pronunciation never changes, so once you learn proper pronunciation, you're done. You pronounce each syllable of a word in Japanese the exact same as you'd pronounce it in any other word, with no exceptions ever. With French (and english and many other languages), pronunciation of words is subjective and… Read More
The transliteration (English spelling for the Japanese pronunciation) for the word is "Nukite". Pronounced (New - kit - ay) New, like the word new; Kit, like a sports kit; ay, like the end of "play".
名前 (namae) is the Japanese word for 'name'. There is a specific way of formalizing nouns in Japanese when you are either talking to a superior or someone you do not know all that well by adding either お (o) or ご (go) to the front of the word. The prefix you add is entirely dependent upon the word, but in general お is used in front of words that use Japanese pronunciation and ご… Read More
どう (dou) For pronunciation read this site http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~bestor/easy_pronunciation.htm
Rokugatsu (六月). It literally translates to "sixth month" in Japanese, I believe, but that's what they call June. You could also say it as "juun", but that's just "Engrish"; a Japanese pronunciation of the English word.
The most common word for Ticket in Japanese is the japonified pronunciation of the same English word, thus: Chiketto When asking for a ticket, however, it is more common to simply ask for "one, please", using the counting word "mai": "Ichi-mai, kudasai."
Strength...japanese words written as "力（ちから）", pronounced as [ti ka ra]. Improvement: Close enough, yes, but the usual pronunciation is "chikara".