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Animal in Japanese đŸ‡ŻđŸ‡”

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animal どうぶ぀
How to say “animal” in Japanese? “どうぶ぀”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “どうぶ぀” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on animal in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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どうぶ぀ info.

Romanized: doubutsu

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
1. Break it down phonetically: "dou" (どう) + "butsu" (ぶ぀).
2. Visualize an animal ("doubutsu") on a dojo mat to connect with the "dou" sound.
3. Associate "butsu" with "beats" as in how animals sometimes move in rhythm or follow instincts.

– "どうぶ぀" (doubutsu) is the general term for "animal" in Japanese.
– The term is composed of two kanji: 拕 (dou), meaning "movement" or "motion", and 物 (butsu), meaning "thing" or "object". Together, they convey "a living being that moves".

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– ç”Ÿăç‰© (いきもぼ, ikimono): Living thing/creature
– 獣 (けもぼ, kemono): Beast (implies a more ferocious or less domesticated animal)

Alternate Meanings like Slang:
– どうぶ぀ (doubutsu) does not have significant slang variations, but it can colloquially refer to someone with animalistic traits (like being wild or aggressive), though this isn't common.

Examples of Sentences:
1. ć‹•ç‰©ćœ’ă§ăŸăă•ă‚“ăźă©ă†ă¶ă€ă‚’èŠ‹ăŸă—ăŸă€‚
(Doubutsuen de takusan no doubutsu wo mimaa.)
– I saw many animals at the zoo.

2. çŒ«ă‚„çŠŹăŻăżă‚“ăȘ柶ćș­ă©ă†ă¶ă€ă§ă™ă€‚
(Neko ya inu wa minna katei doubutsu desu.)
– Cats and dogs are all domestic animals.

3. ăăźă©ă†ă¶ă€ăŻć€œèĄŒæ€§ă§ă™ă€‚
(Sono doubutsu wa yakoisei desu.)
– That animal is nocturnal.

4. ć­äŸ›ăŸăĄăŻă©ă†ă¶ă€ăźè©±ă‚’èžăăźăŒć„œăă§ă™ă€‚
(Kodomo-tachi wa doubutsu no hanashi wo kiku no ga suki desu.)
– Children like to listen to stories about animals.

5. ă©ă†ă¶ă€ă‚’äżè­·ă™ă‚‹ăŸă‚ă«ă€ç§ăŸăĄăŻă‚‚ăŁăšćŠȘ抛しăȘければăȘă‚ŠăŸă›ă‚“ă€‚
(Doubutsu wo hogo suru tame ni, watashi-tachi wa motto doryoku shinakereba narimasen.)
– We need to make more efforts to protect animals.

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