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Demon God or whatever it’s called… How does it feel to be looked down upon by a human?
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Vocabulary list

ma
noun
  1. demon; devil; evil spirit; evil influence
  2. someone who (habitually) performs some (negative) act
no
particle
  1. indicates possessive
  2. verb and adjective nominalizer (nominaliser)
  3. substituting for "ga" in subordinate phrases
  4. indicates a confident conclusion
  5. emotional emphasis (sentence end) (fem)
  6. indicates question (sentence end)
kami
noun
  1. god; deity; divinity; spirit; kami
shin
jin
noun
  1. spirit; psyche
  2. god; deity; divinity; kami
to
particle, conjunction
  1. if; when
  2. and
  3. with
  4. particle used for quoting (with speech, thoughts, etc.)
  5. promoted pawn (shogi)
ya
particle
  1. such things as (non-exhaustive list related to a specific time and place); and ... and
  2. (after the dictionary form of a verb) the minute (that) ...; no sooner than ...
  3. punctuational exclamation in haiku, renga, etc.
  4. plain copula
ra
noun
  1. lightweight fabric or clothing; silk gauze; thin silk
  2. Latin (language)
ra
suffix
  1. pluralizing suffix (often humble, derogatory or familiar); and others; et alios; and the like; and followers
  2. or so (rough indicator of direction, location, amount, etc.)
  3. (after the stem of an adjective) nominalizing suffix
ningen
noun
  1. human being; man; person
  2. character (of a person)
ni
particle
  1. indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.
mikudasu
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to despise; to look down on
kibun
noun
  1. feeling; mood
hadou
noun, no adjective
  1. wave motion; undulation; surge
  2. wave (physics)
hadou
noun
  1. military rule
da
noun
  1. dui (one of the trigrams of the I Ching: swamp, west)

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