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How to say Master In Japanese?

KanjiHiragana
達人たつじん
Pronunciation: tatsujin
How to Say It Outloud: TA-TSU-JIN
Usage: Used to describe a person who is a master or expert in a particular field or skill.
Example Sentence Japanese:彼は茶道の達人です。
Example Sentence English:He is a master of tea ceremony.
KanjiHiragana
名人めいじん
Pronunciation: meijin
How to Say It Outloud: MEI-JIN
Usage: Signifies a master or expert, often used in the context of traditional arts and craftsmanship.
Example Sentence Japanese:彼は囲碁の名人です。
Example Sentence English:He is a master of Go.
KanjiHiragana
師匠ししょう
Pronunciation: shishou
How to Say It Outloud: SHI-SHOU
Usage: Commonly used to refer to a mentor or a master in a disciple-mentor relationship.
Example Sentence Japanese:彼は私の師匠です。
Example Sentence English:He is my master.
KanjiKatakana
マスターマスター
Pronunciation: masutā
How to Say It Outloud: MA-SU-TĀ
Usage: The katakana version of the English word 'master', used in various contexts, especially in modern and popular culture.
Example Sentence Japanese:彼はゲームのマスターです。
Example Sentence English:He is a master of the game.

Dictionary

名人めいじんCommon wordjlpt-n3
Noun
  • master; expert
Noun
  • Meijin (professional title)
先生せんせいCommon wordjlpt-n5
Noun
  • teacher; instructor; master
Noun
Noun, used as a suffix
  • sensei; title or form of address for a teacher, master, doctor, lawyer, etc.
Noun
  • intimate or teasing form of address
Noun
  • one's elder
Wikipedia definition
  • Sensei
達人たつじんCommon word
Noun
  • master; expert
巨匠きょしょうCommon word
Noun
  • master; masterhand; maestro
旦那だんなCommon wordjlpt-n1
Noun
  • master (of a house, shop, etc.)
Noun
  • husband
Noun
  • sir; boss; master; governor
Noun
  • patron of a mistress, geisha, bar or nightclub hostess; sugar daddy
Noun
  • alms; almsgiving; almsgiver
くんCommon wordjlpt-n4
Suffix
  • Mr; master; boy
Suffix
  • Ms; miss
Suffix
  • sir; madam
玄人くろうとCommon wordjlpt-n1
Noun
  • expert; professional; master; connoisseur
Noun
  • woman in the nightlife business; demimondaine; geisha and prostitutes
マスターマスターCommon wordjlpt-n3
Suru verb
Transitive verb
  • to master (a skill)
Noun
  • proprietor; manager; owner; barkeeper
Noun
  • leader; chief; head
Noun
  • master (of arts, science, etc.)
Noun
  • master (recording)
Noun
  • master (device)
Noun
  • master (data)
Wikipedia definition
  • Master
亭主ていしゅCommon word
Noun
  • household head; master; host (e.g. of a tea gathering); innkeeper; owner (e.g. of a hotel)
Noun
  • husband
大家たいかCommon word
Noun
  • master; expert; authority; leading figure
Noun
  • mansion; large house
Noun
  • rich family; distinguished family
王おうCommon wordjlpt-n3
Noun
Noun, used as a suffix
  • king; ruler; sovereign; monarch
Noun
Noun, used as a suffix
  • tycoon; magnate; champion; master
Noun
Noun, used as a suffix
  • king (of the senior player)
君きみCommon wordjlpt-n4
Pronoun
  • you; buddy; pal
Noun
  • monarch; ruler; sovereign; (one's) master
Pronoun
  • he; she
名手めいしゅCommon word
Noun
  • master; expert
Noun
  • brilliant move (in go, shogi, etc.); excellent move
師匠ししょうCommon word
Noun
Suffix
  • master; teacher
Noun
  • stable master
親方おやかたCommon word
Noun
  • master; boss; chief; foreman; supervisor
Noun
  • stable master
Noun
  • craftsman; artisan
Noun
  • foster parent
師し
Noun
  • teacher; master; mentor
Noun
Suffix
  • religious leader
Suffix
  • specialist
Noun
  • five-battalion brigade comprising 2500 men (Zhou dynasty Chinese army)
達者たっしゃCommon wordjlpt-n1
Na-adjective (keiyodoshi)
  • in good health; healthy; well; fit; robust; strong
Na-adjective (keiyodoshi)
  • skilled; proficient; adept
Noun
  • master; expert
坊ちゃんぼっちゃんCommon wordjlpt-n2jlpt-n1
Noun
  • (another's) son; boy; young master
Noun
  • green young man from a well-to-do family; young man innocent of the ways of the world
主公しゅこう
Noun
  • master
Noun
  • main character; protagonist
殿様とのさまCommon wordjlpt-n1
Noun
  • nobleman; dignitary; lord
Noun
  • feudal lord (of the Edo period); daimyo
Noun
  • man brought up away from the world; arrogant man with little knowledge of the ways of the world

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