White when translated from English to Japanese is shiro for shiro means white
The color white is 'shiro' in Japanese. The adjective white is 'shiroi.'
I think you mean the other way around;however, shiro translated from Japanese to English is white.
"Not white" is "shirokunai."
there is no such thing as white winged tiger. you can't just make up random phrases and expect them to be translated to japanese.
there is no such thing as tiger with white wings. you can't just make up random phrases and expect them to be translated to japanese.
It may mean the colour white, or a castle, or a Japanese term for a generation
the word for cat is 'Neko' the word for white is 'Shiro'
well, shiro means white and ryuu (or ryu) is dragon.
uttsuhushii yukimitaina shiroi ojo
Shiroi ōki na is great white however if its the shark your referring to its oojirosame
It can be written: 白い女猟師
Literally, this could be translated as 'shiroi megami,' written: 白いr女神
White in Japanese means howaido, shiroi, shiro, howaito and rat means nezumi. Any of those definitions could work.