おっかないokkanai Inflection

adjective:

  • frightening; scary - colloquialism - Kantō dialect
  • extreme; exaggerated; huge - colloquialism - Kantō dialect
いたまえitamae

noun:

  • chef (esp. of high-end Japanese cuisine); cook - Kantō dialect 板場【いたば】
  • area of a kitchen that contains the chopping board - orig. meaning
おっこちるokkochiru Inflection

ichidan verb / intransitive verb:

  • to fall down; to drop - Kantō dialect 落ちる
くたばっちまえkutabatchimaeくたばってしまえkutabatteshimae

expression:

  • drop dead, you bastard!; fuck you! - colloquialism - vulgar - Kantō dialect くたばる
くたばれkutabare

expression:

  • drop dead!; go to hell!; fuck you!; shove it! - vulgar - Kantō dialect くたばる
ちんこchinkoチンコCHINKO

noun:

  • penis - colloquialism - vulgar - children's language
  • practice - Kantō dialect
わらさwarasaワラサWARASA

noun:

  • middle-sized Japanese amberjack (species of yellowtail, Seriola quinqueradiata) - Kantō dialect
あずまえびすazumaebisuとういtoui

noun:

  • warrior from the eastern parts of Japan - derogatory term - archaism - Kantō dialect
  • eastern barbarians; people east of China (from the perspective of China) とうい
なぬしnanushi

noun:

  • village headman - Kantō dialect 庄屋
やっかむyakkamu Inflection

godan ~む verb / transitive:

  • to envy; to be envious (of); to be jealous (of) - Kantō dialect
あこうだいakoudaiアコウダイAKOUDAI

noun:

  • Matsubara's red rockfish (Sebastes matsubarae)
  • red rockfish; red scorpionfish - Kantō dialect - Food term
おっことすokkotosu Inflection

godan ~す verb / transitive:

  • to drop; to lose; to let fall - Kantō dialect 落とす
わんもりwanmori

noun:

  • food cooked by boiling or stewing - Kantō dialect
ちょうまchouma

noun:

  • dusky thrush (Turdus naumanni) - obscure term - Kantō dialect
いなだinadaイナダINADA

noun:

  • young Japanese amberjack (Seriola quinqueradiata) - Kantō dialect
bepeべえbee

auxiliary:

  • word used at sentence-end (like a particle) to indicate speculation, volition or invitation - Kantō, Tōhoku dialect 可い

suffix:

  • familiar suffix used after a personal name
わたいwatai

noun:

  • I; me - archaism - Kantō dialect
わかしwakashiワカシWAKASHI

noun:

  • young Japanese amberjack - Kantō dialect
べいbei

auxiliary:

  • word used at sentence-end (like a particle) to indicate speculation, volition or invitation - archaism - Kantō, Tōhoku dialect
  • should; must 可き
さいとりかいいんsaitorikaiin

noun:

  • stock exchange member who facilitates trading by matching buy and sell orders (similar to an NYSE specialist) - Kantō dialect
かたすkatasu Inflection

godan ~す verb / transitive:

  • to move; to put elsewhere - Kantō dialect
  • to tidy; to put in order
おっこるokkoru Inflection

godan ~る verb / intransitive verb:

こどもしゅうkodomoshuu

noun:

  • children - archaism
  • child - archaism - honorific language
  • young male prostitute - archaism
  • prostitute - archaism - Kantō dialect
なんじゃもんじゃnanjamonjaナンジャモンジャNANJAMONJA

noun:

  • unusually large tree - Kantō dialect
ほとめくhotomeku

yodan ~く verb (archaic):

  • to make a noise; to make a racket - archaism
  • to give a heartfelt reception; to welcome; to entertain - archaism - Kantō dialect

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