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[しょう()·じょ()]
shoujo
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[おと()·()]
otome
[おと()·()]
otome

English Meaning(s) for 少女

noun
  1. young lady; little girl; virgin; maiden; daughter

Definition and Synonyms for 少女

Girl a youthful female person
Synonyms: ガール, ギャル, メッチェン, 児女, 女児, 女子, 女の子, 女の童, , 娘さん, 娘子, , お嬢さん, 子女, 小女, 少女, 幼女, 早乙女, 童女
Girl a young woman
Synonyms: ガール, ミッシー, マドモアゼル, ヤングレディー, 女子, 女の子, , , , お姉さん, 姉さん, , 娘子, , お嬢さん, 嬢さん, 嬢さん, 少女, 早乙女
Lass a girl or young woman who is unmarried
Synonyms: 女子, 小娘, 少女
Maid an unmarried girl (especially a virgin)
Synonyms: 処女, 少女
Virgin a person who has never had sex
Synonyms: バージン, 処女, 少女, 手入らず, 未通女, 生娘, 童貞

Meanings for each kanji in 少女

few; little Kanji Details »
woman; female Kanji Details »

Categories 少女 is a member of

Female a person who belongs to the sex that can have babies
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Innocent a person who lacks knowledge of evil
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Girl a young woman
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Adult Female an adult female person (as opposed to a man)
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Sample Sentences for 少女

The girl in the picture is wearing a crown not of gold but of flowers.
There lived a pretty girl in the village.
I saw the girl swimming in the river.
The girl greeted me with a smile.
The girl was overcome with grief.

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what about otome? is it still used and if so where? 

#3 Posted by youstolemylife over 3 years ago

what about otome? is it still used and if so where? 

#2 Posted by youstolemylife over 3 years ago

Watashi wa mahou shoujo desu.

私は魔法少女です。

#1 Posted by morisummer over 4 years ago


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