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Conversation Between Chaos_Soul and animex75
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  1. animex75
    10-24-2014
    animex75
    you up for an Umineko minigame?
  2. animex75
    10-23-2014
    animex75
    but yeah, ninja's more common, got it

    i've got some characters that don't exactly speak English and when i type in Japanese, i prefer to have the correct terms
  3. Chaos_Soul
    10-23-2014
    Chaos_Soul
    i still think that kunoichi is cool
    and shinobi is better than ninja XD
  4. animex75
    10-23-2014
    animex75
    it's just that, i read about on'yomi is the older reading of the kanji back when the Chinese influence was a lot more apparent than it is now

    and i know about kunoichi, but really? katakana, hiragana, AND kanji? would you mind if i come over there and slap whoever thought to do that?
  5. Chaos_Soul
    10-23-2014
    Chaos_Soul
    usually kunoichi is also in full hiragana or katakana, even if its meaning is actually using all of them [hiragana.katakana and kanji]
  6. Chaos_Soul
    10-23-2014
    Chaos_Soul
    i dont know if it interests you, but also female ninja is also called ku-no-ichi [ ku in hiragana no in katakana and ichi [kanji] together form the kanji of onna [women]
    so kunoichi is woman, but is only used to refer a female shinobi
  7. Chaos_Soul
    10-23-2014
    Chaos_Soul
    what? i dont think i understand what you said , but both readings are correct and japanese, shinobi would mean to do something hiding, and ninja is the person who does that.
    shinobi also is used to refer the person who does that, like ninja, but its meaning is not the person who does that, just the act, it just was used as ninja for some reason more like a name, i dont know very well that part of ninja/shinobi to explain the reason
    but i still like shinobi more
  8. animex75
    10-23-2014
    animex75
    also, less kanji is preferable for me since i never did pick up reading those things too well
  9. animex75
    10-23-2014
    animex75
    so wait, the Chinese-influenced sorta-kinda-archaic reading's more common? wait, does this have to do with ninja being the more common word in the west? i know some weird stuff can seep over (KFC, anyone?) >.>
  10. Chaos_Soul
    10-23-2014
    Chaos_Soul
    mostly kids say ninja all time here, but i always think that shinobi is better, if you ask me which is more common id say ninja because only young people say ninja now.
    but i still think shinobi is better , shinobi???is just one kanji , ninja is the kanji of shinobi + kanji of people

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