today's kanji-167-bureimono

by yamachem - uploaded on November 25, 2014, 7:36 pm

a compound kanji which is read as "bureimono" which means "a rude fellow"

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"burei" is an adjective in Japanese meaning "rude" in English

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"mono" means "fellow or person"

"mono" is a kun-reading

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"mono" has another reading

which is an on-reading called "sha"

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"ja" of "ninja" is a variation of this "sha"

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It's very old way of saying

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It's the word which "samurai or bushi" is likely to say

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you must not use this word lightly.

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but,It's OK if it must be received as a joke

like when a young girl says "bureimono !"

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