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awarded  Nice Question
Mar
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revised Is 花見 only for “cherry blossom” viewing?
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Mar
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revised Is 花見 only for “cherry blossom” viewing?
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Feb
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revised How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
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Feb
23
comment How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
@TokyoNagoya, you realised this thread was 3 years old?
Feb
23
revised How to say “Hey hurry up! you'll be late!”?
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Feb
15
asked Is 年寄り “neutral” or “positive”?
Feb
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awarded  Excavator
Feb
5
comment [父]{ちち} vs. [乳]{ちち} — father vs. breast
Maybe it's because it's an etymology question and you are answering from a none-etymology point of view.
Feb
5
revised Etymology of もん・もの
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Feb
5
comment Etymology of もん・もの
Weird, is there anything that can syntactically follow だ at all?
Feb
5
revised What is the usage/meaning of ご馳走さま (lovey-dovey)?
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Feb
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revised What is the usage/meaning of ご馳走さま (lovey-dovey)?
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Feb
5
comment Etymology of the copula だ
Btw, are there some sources for the assertion "term was introduced by the structuralist Bernard Bloch"?
Feb
5
asked What is the usage/meaning of ご馳走さま (lovey-dovey)?
Feb
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comment Linguistics and Japanese study
@taylor, your first link is down...
Feb
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revised What does 目 mean in 勝ち目?
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Feb
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accepted What does 目 mean in 勝ち目?
Feb
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comment What does 目 mean in 勝ち目?
Isn't that a dictionary? Does it actually also provide etyomology of the word components?
Jan
31
comment Is “今の” in “今のは誰?” considered a synthetic noun?
@Ian, So your conclusion is that the の is the genitive particle の (my analysis) and is not a noun (Flaw's analysis) right?