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Ha-ha-ha, pray forgive me. Please don't worry yourself about that!
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Vocabulary list

fufu
noun
  1. giggling sound; laugh; ha ha
fu
noun
  1. cloth
  2. bujian (spade-shaped bronze coin of ancient China)
fu
noun
  1. (sheet) music; (musical) note; (musical) score
fu
noun
  1. instructor; tutor (to a prince)
fu
noun
  1. pawn (in chess or shogi)
fu
prefix
  1. un-; non-; negative prefix
fu
noun
  1. poem
  2. narrative (style of the Shi Jing)
  3. classical Chinese rhymed prose
fu
noun
  1. (metropolitan) prefecture (of Osaka and Kyoto)
  2. the centre or seat (of) (center)
  3. (government) office
fu
noun
  1. news of someone's death
fu
noun
  1. internal organ; viscera; gut
fu
noun
  1. married woman
  2. woman; lady
fu
noun, noun, used as a suffix
  1. area of thick growth (of trees, grass, etc.)
gomenasobase
expression
  1. I beg your pardon
ki
noun
  1. spirit; mind; heart
  2. nature; disposition
  3. motivation; intention
  4. mood; feelings
  5. atmosphere; essence
gi
suffix
  1. -like nature; -like disposition; -ish temperament
ge
suffix
  1. seeming; giving the appearance of; giving one the feeling of
ke
noun, noun, used as a suffix
  1. sign; indication; trace; touch; feeling
  2. somehow; for some reason; seeming to be
ni
particle
  1. indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.
nasaru
godan verb (aru), transitive verb
  1. to do
de
particle
  1. indicates location of action; at; in
  2. indicates time of action
  3. indicates means of action; cause of effect; by
  4. and then; so
kudasai
expression
  1. please give me
  2. (after te-form of a verb or a noun prefixed with o- or go-) please do for me
na
particle
  1. (sentence end, mainly masc.) indicates emotion or emphasis
  2. (used with masu stem verb) command
  3. (used with dictionary form verb) prohibition

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