What is the meaning of いいなり in the phrase


  • It's a キャラ語尾 most associated with this character. Who's the speaker? A real person may use a キャラ語尾 randomly to make the sentence sound interesting.
    – naruto
    Jul 3, 2023 at 1:28

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It appears this character is using なり, an old copula roughly equivalent to だ or です in the modern day, as just something they say at the end of their sentences to give them an 'old' feel. なり did not follow し adjectives, the precursor to い adjectives, as し could stand on its own. かくとよし would be equivalent to かくといいです or かくといいよ (though I'm not sure if the と conditional was used at the time)

  • It's a board in professor Oak's lab. I thought いいなり could be something like "as was Said", because the phrase is a instruction about save the game Jul 4, 2023 at 0:25

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