Meaning of ni in Japanese
Definition of ni
(n) load; baggage; cargo; freight; goods
The ship was unloaded at the port.
- burden; responsibility
- (n) 4th in a sequence denoted by the iroha system; 4th note in the diatonic scale (used in key names, etc.)
Words related to ni
- (n) the harmonizing, mentally and physically, of two parties engaged in an activity
- (n) Japanese andromeda (Pieris japonica); lily-of-the-valley
(pn, adj-no) there (place physically distant from both speaker and listener); over there; that place; yonder
A form appeared from over there.
If you just crouch a little, her crotch can just be seen flicking in and out of sight.
- that far (something psychologically distant from both speaker and listener); that much; that point →Related words: あれほど
(exp) just like that; in the twinkling of an eye; in the blink of an eye; in the time it takes to say "ah!"
The holiday ended all too soon.
(n) that (indicating something distant from both speaker and listener (in space, time or psychologically), or something understood without naming it directly)
That is the main street of this city.
that person (used to refer to one's equals or inferiors)
Yeah, she must be the sure thing!
My ex-boyfriend was brought up in Portugal.
down there (i.e. one's genitals)
Down there hurts, down there. Er, what do you call them? Testicles? In any case a male's 'important parts'.
- period; menses
(int) hey (expression of surprise or suspicion); eh?
"Eh? Where's Keiko?" "Said she's got a parent and child meeting so she'll be late."
- (n) that (something mentioned before which is distant psychologically or in terms of time)
(adv) very easily
He's mowed down a parade of challengers before.
- (n) pot
- typical name for a female servant in the Edo-period
- working at night
- female with symptoms of gender identity disorder (i.e. a transvestite)
(exp) good night
He said good night to his parents.
- (n) familiar form of "older brother"
form of address for young adult male; mister
Mummy, that man just fell flat on his face!
- (exp) take care of yourself; get well soon; God bless you; bless you
- (n) Cape jasmine (Gardenia jasminoides); Cape jessamine; gardenia
(conj) in the first place; to begin with; from the start; originally; ab initio
In the first place, why do the birds migrate at all?
(n-t) that much; as much; to that extent; only that; that alone; no more than that; that is all (when finished speaking)
The higher up, the greater fall.
(conj) besides; moreover
And, we get each other's company to boot.
(adv) and so ...
The head of the college, whose name was Miss Baker, therefore had a special place in the car park for her own small car.
(adv) each time; every time; whenever (something happens); on the occasion of
Every time I go there, I meet her.
(exp) .. being the case; (precisely) because ...; as might be expected (from ..)
Relations are tenuous as peace talks resume between warring factions.
- (adv) just (now)
- quite (near)
- unintentionally; unconsciously; by mistake; against one's better judgement (judgment)
(adv) incidentally; taking the opportunity; while (you) are at it; on the occasion
Can you buy one for me as well?
(adj-i) dull; uninteresting; boring; tedious
That new movie was a bummer.
insignificant; unimportant; trifling; trivial; worthless
He often uses the slightest thing as a pretext for a fight with anybody.
- absurd; foolish; silly
- useless; pointless; disappointing
- (exp) (something) has become possible; (something) is now possible
- (int) heigh-hoh; heave-ho
- hold on!; just a minute
- used as a meaningless word in a song for rhythm
(exp) according to (someone)
According to a survey, three in five people today are indifferent to foreign affairs.
(exp) in addition
In addition to PCs, it can be used with cell phones.
(exp) no more than; just; only; mere; goes no further than
She was merely stating a fact.
(exp) related to; in relation to
Sam is serious about his work.
(exp) related to; in relation to
She wrote a book about animals.
- (exp) concerning; regarding
- per (e.g. 100 yen per person); for every
(exp) at the time of (ind. opportunity or situation where something should be done)
The research director had the department do a thorough job in testing the new product.
(exp) compared to
In comparison to which she's been in a really good mood recently.
- (prt) although; when; and yet; despite this; in spite of; even though; but even so; but even then; however; nevertheless; for all that; notwithstanding that
- if only; I wish
- I tell you; you should do
- in order to
- (adv) like; similar to
as with; in the same way
He made me out to be a liar.
(exp) on the shores of; by the side of (e.g. rivers, ponds)
Paris, which is on the Seine, is a beautiful city.
in the neighborhood of; in the neighbourhood of; in the vicinity of; close by; near; by
His house is somewhere about Fourth Street.