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Hai - may mean the following : yes, yeah, I understand, ok
Oneesan/ Oneechan - older sister (or an older girl)
Oniisan/Oniichan - older brother (or an older guy)
San - Mr/Mrs/Ms
Chan - used to express endearment, mostly toward girls. It is also used for little boys, pets and even among lovers, it gives a sense of childish cuteness.
Kun - suffix is used at the end of boys' names to express familiarity or endearment. It is also sometimes used by men among friends, or when addressing someone younger or of a lower station.
Sensei - this term isn't only used for teachers, but also professionals, like doctors and writers.
Cram School - it's also a called a prep school, where they take additional lessons in order to get into the school of their choice. (can be expensive)
Kanji - names may be written in kanji which are symbolic characters, hence some names have meanings.
Chirashi Zushi -sushi rice in a bowl with scattered toppings.
kuro = black, shiro = white (these are also used as dog names)
Out of premise learning - kinda like a field trip, but that just didn't sound right.
unajuu - bowl of eel and rice
"tongue-hanging" - about 40 min into ep 2 Akira mentions "tongue-hanging", he actually used the word "egui" which is a flavor that doesn't have an english counterpart, but it's something that will make your tongue hang. Google it for more info.
manga - a comic or cartoon, google for more info.
Bari-Bari - I don't really know what show she was trying to say, so if you know what it is, please do advise. (Supposed name of a variety show)
Pluto - has been stripped of it's status as a planet, it's because it has no clear bounds(Kiri) like the other planets.
It's straight- I couldn't understand what song she was saying, so again this is just based on the context.
galley proofs - preliminary versions of publications, usually uncut and unbound, often electronic.
Doraemon - The series is about a robotic cat named Doraemon, who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a schoolboy, Nobita Nobi.
I'm sorry - can be said in various different ways, normally I would've translated them all as I'm sorry, but because of the situation, I had to change some to their literal meaning like: moshiwake arimasen lit. means I have no excuse.
ore/boku - both are pronouns which means "I" and are used by guys, ore has a more boastful sound to it, and boku is a more polite one.
ojichan - means uncle, but indicates a closer relationship (not necessarily uncle by blood, but can be any middle-aged man)
Seirin - Holy Bell
IUGR - Intrauterine growth restriction, this is a term for a baby who is smaller than normal during pregnancy. The baby is not growing inside the uterus at the normal rate. These babies usually have a low weight at birth.
Children's Center/Jidoukan - similar to a daycare, they sometimes have after school programs
Retort/Tsukkomi - in a comedy duo, Tsukkomi is also the straight man who corrects the foolish one.
Hayashi Rice - Hashed meat with rice
Maternity Handbook/Boshi Techou - A handbook that is given when you register your pregnancy and the birth with the ward office. The handbook includes immunization records and coupons for free checkups, ultrasounds and various tests.
Episode 7 Notes:
This is the full written vow that Miki signed:
I, Ichinose Miki, vow to the following.
1. That my relationship with Kirino Satoshi will be entirely terminated, and that from hereafter, Ichinose Miki will refuse all acknowledgement or claim (Ninchi) on Kirino Satoshi.
2. In regards to this case, consolation money will be received, on the condition that all future claims against Kirino Satoshi, in regards to his status or property, will not be brought up to trouble him for the rest of his life, I do so hereby make this written vow.
18 Heisei, December 23rd.
Full Address: Kanagawa Prefecture, City of Yokohama, Tsuzuki Ward, Hibari stand, 4-5-22
Full Name: Ichinose Miki
A breech birth (also known as breech presentation) refers to the position of the baby in the uterus such that it will be delivered buttocks first as opposed to the normal head first position.
Hematoma - An abnormal localized collection of blood in which the blood is usually clotted or partially clotted
Asphyxia - a condition of severely deficient supply of oxygen to the body that arises from being unable to breathe normally
DIC - (Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation) disorder of the "clotting cascade."
Hemorrhage means particularly severe bleeding
Cross-match - compatibility testing
Dopamine - chemical messenger that is similar to adrenaline and affects the brain processes that control movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain
Bagging - manual respiration for a patient having breathing trouble that uses a handheld squeeze bag attached to a face mask
Raw : Gryzze
Initial Trans: Haruspex
Trans & QC : mhaellix
Some of the translations have been modified from their literal translation to their implied meaning.
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