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bilby commented on the word �?
Ah, Hong the Quaker Michelin Man.
August 12, 2009
madmouth commented on the word �?
[hoŋ]. Sounds and looks rotund and bouncy; moreover, I know a family of rotund, bouncy Hongs.
Ha, I thought the page wasn't loading :-7
July 21, 2009
Il dolce gran niente!
June 23, 2009
jephrei commented on the word �?
June 14, 2009
whichbe commented on the word �?
A land-squid from the 20s takes a photograph.
December 25, 2008
Prolagus commented on the word �?
Said the reindeer.
December 24, 2008
Look at me dance! Woo!
Telofy commented on the word �?
Not to be confused with �?棋.
December 23, 2008
I would not recommend that anyone go climb this ladder.
December 17, 2008
December 10, 2008
Hmmmm. To me it looks like two penguins soaring over the roof of the neighbour's house.
November 22, 2008
cordycerps commented on the word �?
Uses the feather radical - 羽
(Just kidding, lovely ideogram!)
But people wouldn't understand.
Definition: The sound of wind. See? Its an ideogram which looks like wind! If wind could speak, this would be its voice.
Whee, a doughnut with long hair.
October 5, 2008
rhizome31 commented on the word �?
�?��?�, which means good is an irregular adjective. Its negative is よ�??�?��?� (see this page for why it is so).
June 17, 2008
plethora commented on the word �?
Bad. My Japanese is bad. I found it on one of my sheets of adjectives, because I couldn't be bothered putting good in the negative.
Shouldn't it be puresora ("tho" as "so")?
�?�?�プレトラ�?��?�。 �?��?��?�?��?��?�。 �?��?��?�よ�?�?��??。�?�?�日本語�?��?る�?��?��?�。
(I have only Romaji on this PC so I guess you typed Prolagus in katakana, right?)
Hi プロラグス ＾＾
Watashi wa Puroragusu desu. Hajimemashite, doozo yoroshiku.
Japanese: my mother (humble)
April 1, 2008
kewpid commented on the word �?
December 2, 2007