DS #2165: Kawaii Koneko DS (Japan)

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Mar 19, 2008

DS #2165: Kawaii Koneko DS (Japan) by JPH at 8:14 PM (1,637 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. JPH
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    ^^ndsrelease-3065^^
     
  2. BlueStar

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    Even I can translate this title, Cute Kittens DS.
     
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    What does the 'Ko' in front of neko mean? Does that make it plural or something?

    EDIT: Oh, nevermind, that makes it kitten XD I'm stupid.
     
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    holy crap,can you give me japanese lessons? [​IMG]
     
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    Yes, ko in front of a thing means it's a child form
    koneko = child cat = kitten
    koinu = child dog = puppy
    kodomo = child = child [​IMG] As in a human child.
     
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    It's the same principle as with ????ko inu), which means "Puppy".

    Not to be confused with something like ?? (ouji) (Prince), where the ? comes after the word to... "youngify" it.
     
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    Is this the game that had a game trailer that was about nothing but cats?
     
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    Make it stop!
     

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