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[きみ()]
kimi
pronoun, no adjective

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[きみ()]
kimi

English Meaning(s) for 君

pronoun, no adjective
  1. you; buddy; pal
  2. monarch; ruler; sovereign; (one's) master

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 Kanji Details »

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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Sample Sentences for 君

I believe you are honest.
Where is your school?
Why did you absent yourself from class yesterday?
You had better not go out today.
This business plan of yours seems almost too optimistic. All I can say is I hope it's more than just wishful thinking.

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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 3 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 3 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 3 years ago, last modified at 8:34 AM

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

#3 Posted by Adachi over 3 years ago

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

Oshiete Kudasai.

#2 Posted by Montek over 3 years ago


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