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Q: How to say what if your a mean older brother in Japanese?
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How do you say older brother in Japanese?

兄 (ani) is older brother in Japanese. When addressing someone else's older brother, you should use お兄さん (onii-san).

What is the japanese translation for 'brother'?

You may say 'ani' for older brother, and 'otouto' for younger brother, written (in that order): 兄 弟

How do you say big brother in Japanese?

In Japanese you say onii-sanonii-san is older brother. Nissan (Ni-san) is big brother. However, this is the formal way. For a more relaxed informal way, you delete the san and replace it with a Chan.I.e: Onii-Chan : Older brother

How do you say your older brother is an idiot in Japanese?

'Anta no nii-san WA baka da'.

How do you say your own older brother in japanese?

The word for older brother is 兄 (ani). However, when referring to an older brother, it is polite to say お兄さん (o-nii-san). The affectionate version of this is お兄ちゃん (o-nii-chan).

How do i say goodbye my brother in japanese'?

That would be 'Sayonara Nii-san' if they are older. There are many different ways to say older brother, I chose nii-san since I believe it to be the most common. If it is a younger brother one would say 'Sayonara Otouto' Both of these simply read 'Goodbye Brother' because in Japanese words like my are understood.

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if you mean brother its "otosan" that is in polite form <3

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How do you say I have a younger sister and an older brother in Japanese?

I am not completely sure on saying "I have" though I know how to say Older Brother and Younger Sister. Older brother is Oniisan (Oh-ne-san), おにいさん, and you say Younger sister, Imooto (E-mo-o-to), いもおと. hope this helped a little!

What does hyung means in korean?

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What does Nii-Nii mean?

I think it's the shortened, nickname-style version of "Onii-san" (older brother in Japanese). I first heard it on Higurashi no Naku Koro ni, from the character Houjou Satoko. She called her older brother Satoshi "Nii-nii". Younger children tend to use "Nii-Nii". It's a cute way to say "big brother".

How do you say brother in Philippine?

"Kuya" is older brother.