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pronoun, noun

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English Meaning(s) for 君

  1. you; buddy; pal (also used colloquially by young females)
  1. monarch; ruler; sovereign; (one's) master (orig. meaning)

Definition and Synonyms for 君

Open information that has become public
Synonyms: , , , 周知, 明るみ, 明るむ
Overlord a person who has general authority over others
Synonyms: マスター, , , , , , , 主人, 主公, 主君, , , , , 君主, 殿, 殿, 殿, 殿様, 雇い主, 領主
Crowned Head a nation's ruler or head of state usually by hereditary right
Synonyms: 人君, , , , , 君主, 国主, 帝王

Meanings for each kanji in 君

» old boy; name-suffix

Categories 君 is a member of

Ruler a person who rules or commands
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Chief Of State the chief public representative of a country who may also be the head of government
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General Knowledge knowledge that is available to anyone
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 君

Sample Sentences for 君

Did you hear about the fire yesterday?
He will object to your going abroad.
Which of your parents do you take after in character?
How should I answer if she inquires after you?
I'll leave it up to you.

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Thank you, but I just copied it from sample sentences for "kimi". I'm a grammar beginner as well. You can search for it yourself, there is an option "search sample sentences" in the dictionary.
It was 君は僕にとてもいらいらしている (kimi ha boku ni totemo iraira shiteiru).

#6 Posted by Jetstorm666 over 8 years ago

thank you Jetstorm, my japanese is not good enough to read the example but because of your post my knowledge could increase anyway.

#5 Posted by Adachi over 8 years ago

Adachi, because it has the same kanji. "Kun" is a suffix used after names and "kimi" is a pronoun used mainly at the beginning of the sentence, like "watashi" or "anata". Or so I think.
Montek, click "entry details" link and then "sample sentences" and you'll have plenty to choose from, i.e.  君は僕にとてもいらいらしている (you really annoy me, buddy).
Not that I really mean it. :)

#4 Posted by Jetstorm666 over 8 years ago, last modified at 8:34 AM

i dont know, but why does it have kun kanji?

#3 Posted by Adachi over 8 years ago

In the above comment I would like to use "kimi" as "buddy".

Oshiete Kudasai.

#2 Posted by Montek over 8 years ago

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