Definitions

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  • proper noun the Japanese language

Etymologies

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From Japanese 日本語 (にほんご, Nihongo)

Examples

  • Blogger at Canada de Nihongo points her finger at some politicians ambivalent attitude towards Japan's position as a non-nuclear armed country.

    Global Voices in English » Japan: We will not forget Hiroshima and Nagasaki

  • I'm fairly sure that the Japanese, for example, teach their students in Nihongo, and the Taiwanese in Mandarin.

    Articles On English

  • I'm fairly sure that the Japanese, for example, teach their students in Nihongo, and the Taiwanese in Mandarin.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • An October survey by the Institute of the Nihongo-gaku (Japanese Language Studies) confirmed that most teens don't understand the ancient words.

    When A Flag Is Not A Flag

  • Thursday, Jan. 18, 2007 - Nihongo ga jouzu ni naritai desu

    kieli Diary Entry

  • One thing led to anotherat Fordham, some roads led nowhere, and none thank Godled toBaghdad, but a fortuitous phone call from an ex-roomie landed me in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan in February ‘87, a few months shy of my twenty-fifth birthday, and I’ve been a Nihongo and kanji freak pretty much since stepping off the 747.

    Frog in a Well nominated for best Asian group blog

  • One thing led to anotherat Fordham, some roads led nowhere, and none thank Godled toBaghdad, but a fortuitous phone call from an ex-roomie landed me in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan in February ‘87, a few months shy of my twenty-fifth birthday, and I’ve been a Nihongo and kanji freak pretty much since stepping off the 747.

    Self-intro: M.G. Sheftall

  • One thing led to anotherat Fordham, some roads led nowhere, and none thank Godled toBaghdad, but a fortuitous phone call from an ex-roomie landed me in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan in February ‘87, a few months shy of my twenty-fifth birthday, and I’ve been a Nihongo and kanji freak pretty much since stepping off the 747.

    井の中の蛙 » Self-intro: M.G. Sheftall » Print

  • One thing led to anotherat Fordham, some roads led nowhere, and none thank Godled toBaghdad, but a fortuitous phone call from an ex-roomie landed me in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan in February ‘87, a few months shy of my twenty-fifth birthday, and I’ve been a Nihongo and kanji freak pretty much since stepping off the 747.

    Self-intro: M.G. Sheftall

  • I remember thinking do I have to learn to sign in Nihongo too?

    Moving on. | Mind on Fire

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