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Q: What is the phrase 'slayer' when translated from English to Japanese?
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What is the word 'slayer' when translated from English to Japanese?

it is pronounce sudikakio


What is the phrase dragon slayer when translated from English to Chinese?

Dragon Slayer: 屠龙者/Tú lóng zhě


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How do you say slayer when translated from English to Japanese?

Depending on what you mean it could differ. スレイヤー /su rei ya/ is a Japanese term inserted from English which can be used generally, i.e. as a proper noun or just a noun meaning killer etc.


What is the phrase 'holy demon' when translated from English to Japanese?

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What is slayer in Latin?

A Latin equivalent of the English noun 'slayer' is interfector. It's a masculine gender noun. The equivalent is interfectrix if the slayer is female. Another equivalent is homicida, which may be translated as 'murderer' and 'murderess'. It's the Latin noun that's used when the victim is human.


What is the translation for man slayer in Japanese?

The translation for "man slayer" in Japanese is ไบบๆฎบใ— (hitogoroshi).


How do you say last angel slayer in Japanese?

saigo no enjerusureija


Where did the phrase Rock like slayer come from?

Slayer are a thrash metal band that rock very, very, very hard. So if you rock like Slayer, you rock very, very, very hard.


How do you say man slayer in Japanese?

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How do you say denizen slayer in Japanese?

永住者の殺人者 : 'eijuusha no satsujinsha'.


What is the Japanese word for slayer?

slayer = ayashi (a-YAH-SHEE) or satsugaisha (sa-tsu-gaa-iSHAA). the latter is probably more appropriate, but if you wanna make it sound cool, better use the first one :)