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How to say Two In Japanese?

KanjiHiraganaKatakana
二にニ
Pronunciation: Ni
How to Say It Outloud: knee
Usage: Used to denote the number two.
Example Sentence Japanese:りんごが二つあります。
Example Sentence English:There are two apples.
KanjiHiragana
二ふた
Pronunciation: Futa
How to Say It Outloud: foo-tah
Usage: An older way to denote the number two, often seen in classical literature.
Example Sentence Japanese:ふたつの道があります。
Example Sentence English:There are two paths.

Dictionary

二つふたつCommon wordjlpt-n5
Numeric
  • two
二にCommon wordjlpt-n5
Numeric
  • two; 2
二人ふたりCommon wordjlpt-n1jlpt-n5
Noun
  • two persons; two people; pair; couple
二部にぶCommon word
Noun
  • two parts; two copies; the second part
Wikipedia definition
  • Radical 7
ツーツー
Noun
  • two
Noun
  • dash (in Morse code)
Place
  • Ci
二本にほん
Noun
  • two (long cylindrical things)
二箇所にかしょ
Noun
  • two places; two spots; two locations; two parts; two passages
両者りょうしゃCommon word
Noun
  • pair; the two; both persons; both things
二重にじゅうCommon word
Noun
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
  • double; two-fold; two layers; duplex
Prefix
  • diplo-; dipl-
Noun
  • double-edged eyelid; double eyelid; creased eyelid
両個りゃんこ
Noun
  • two
Noun
  • samurai
弐つふたつ
Noun
  • two
両方ともりょうほうとも
Noun
Adverb (fukushi)
  • the two; both
二通りふたとおり
Noun
  • pair; two kinds; two ways
二手ふたて
Noun
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
  • two groups; two bands
二食にしょく
Noun
  • two meals; (eating) two meals a day
二者択一にしゃたくいつCommon word
Noun
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
  • choosing between two things; two choices
二足の草鞋にそくのわらじ
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)
Noun
  • being engaged in two trades at the same time; wearing two hats; having two irons in the fire; two pairs of straw sandals
兼用けんようjlpt-n1
Noun
Suru verb
Transitive verb
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
  • multi-use; combined use; combination; serving two purposes
兼ねるかねるCommon wordjlpt-n2
Suffix
Ichidan verb
  • to be unable to; to find difficult (unpleasant, awkward, painful) to do
Ichidan verb
Transitive verb
  • to serve two or more functions or roles simultaneously; to contain (or combine) two or more features
Ichidan verb
Transitive verb
  • to work in two or more jobs simultaneously (positions, etc.); to do alongside
Ichidan verb
Transitive verb
  • to hesitate to do something (out of consideration for others)
Ichidan verb
Transitive verb
  • to think of the future (as well as the present)
二番にばんCommon word
Noun
  • second; number two; runner-up
Place
  • Niban

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