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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of romaji.

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Examples

  • It's impossible to learn to read Japanese if one relies on Romaji as a crutch.

    languagehat.com: JAPANESE LINKS.

  • Romaji dictionaries are a pox and a blight and should not be tolerated

    languagehat.com: JAPANESE LINKS.

  • Perhaps I'm being unnecessarily hardline but I think that Romaji dictionaries are a pox and a blight and should not be tolerated.

    languagehat.com: JAPANESE LINKS.

  • Romaji (roman letters), Hiragana (syllables used for Japanese words), Katakana (Syllables used for foreign words) and Kanji (chinese alphabet).

    Musings of a Drunken Monk: NTT, Kanji, Me, and Poor Uweda-san

  • Romaji drama; poetry; prose Literature in Translation LCSH

    Hagoromo

  • Romaji drama; prose; poetry Literature in Translation LCSH

    Takasago

  • Perhaps, then, for one moment, you will imagine the effect of English lettering substituted for those magical characters; and the mere idea will give to whatever aesthetic sentiment you may possess a brutal shock, and you will become, as I have become, an enemy of the Romaji -

    Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan First Series

  • This quality, and the peculiar Japanese method of mingling the playful with the terrific, can be suggested and explained only by reproducing in Romaji the texts of various _ky [= o] ka_, with translations and notes.

    The Romance of the Milky Way And Other Studies & Stories

  • The Romaji system of spelling has been followed (except in one or two cases where I thought it better to indicate the ancient syllabication after the method adopted by Aston); and words or phrases necessarily supplied have been inclosed in parentheses.

    The Romance of the Milky Way And Other Studies & Stories

  • Def Tech/Music: Def Tech/Nagacho Romaji by: cori There once was this place full of trees The first land of sun and beauty Yamato Damashi running free It's been so long since the Samurai

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