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Tell me please, what is the meaning of お納めになられる in the following sentence. enter image description here

Is it just passive ? Thanks for help!

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I might be misreading this but I don't see it as honorific. Looks like she's telling お兄さん to tell the landlord/manager/whatever that the rent will be paid –  ssb Mar 27 '13 at 12:38
    
@ssb You are right, I should have read it more carefully. –  Earthliŋ Mar 27 '13 at 12:58
    
I'm not really sure since it ends with that ようにと... like technically she's saying that the landlord should pay the rent, I guess? @DarkAkira does the landlord paying the rent make sense in the context of this story? If that's the case then the なられる is honorific. –  ssb Mar 27 '13 at 13:25
    
Ok the more I go over this the more I'm convinced that there's just something wrong with it. Either it's a mistake or we're missing context or I'm making a mistake somewhere. –  ssb Mar 27 '13 at 13:32
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I agree that it seems like 二重敬語 (which is grammatically incorrect). –  istrasci Mar 27 '13 at 16:44

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The 納める in どうか管理人さんにちゃんとお納めになられるようにと... means "to receive, take, accept, [受領]{じゅりょう}する, [受]{う}け[取]{と}る, [受納]{じゅのう}する" (No.2 in http://dictionary.goo.ne.jp/leaf/jn2/30841/m0u/ ). I think お納めになられる (お納めになる+れる) is what is called [二重敬語]{にじゅうけいご}("double honorific"?), and according to this page http://wol.nikkeibp.co.jp/article/topics/20100507/106978/?P=2 お納めになる / 納められる seem to be more appropriate. I think お納めくださる or お納めいただく would sound a bit politer.

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「にじゅうけいご」が「にじゅうひてい」になってもうとるやんけ –  dainichi Mar 29 '13 at 0:43
    
ああ ほんまや!wwwwwwwww –  Choko Mar 29 '13 at 1:01

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