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Husband in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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おっと info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word おっと:
– You could think of the word "otter" in English, which sounds similar to おっと (otto). Imagine an otter being your husband, which can help you recall the word.

– おっと (otto) is a formal and neutral term used to refer to one's husband.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– だんな (danna): A more informal way to refer to one's husband.
– しゅじん (shujin): Another term for husband, often implying the head of the household.
– つれあい (tsureai): A term that means spouse or partner, but can be used to refer to a husband in certain contexts.

Alternate meanings (like slang):
– The word おっと (otto) itself doesn't have significant slang meanings, but in different contexts or with different intonations, it could be part of expressive interjections similar to "oops" in English. However, it’s not commonly used as slang.

Examples of sentences that use it:

1. ローマ字 (Romanized characters): Watashi no otto wa yasashii hito desu.
– Japanese: 私の夫は優しい人です。
– English: My husband is a kind person.

2. ローマ字: Otto to issho ni ryokou ni ikitai desu.
– Japanese: 夫と一緒に旅行に行きたいです。
– English: I want to go on a trip with my husband.

3. ローマ字: Kanojo no otto wa sensei desu.
– Japanese: 彼女の夫は先生です。
– English: Her husband is a teacher.

4. ローマ字: Otto ga kuruma o katta.
– Japanese: 夫が車を買った。
– English: My husband bought a car.

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