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

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### Tips to Remember the Japanese Word
To remember "はな" (hana) for "flower," you can think of a flower "having a nice aroma" (both 'have' and 'aroma' contain the 'h' and 'a' sounds).

### Explanations
In Japanese, "はな" (hana) directly translates to "flower." It can also refer to a "blossom" or "petal," emphasizing its focus on individual flowers or flowering plants.

### Other Words That Mean the Same Thing
– 花 (はな/hana): The most straightforward and common way to say "flower."
– 華 (はな/hana): Can also mean "flower," but implies more of the beauty or elegance.
– 花弁 (かべん/kaben): Refers specifically to a petal of a flower.

### Alternate Meanings (like Slang)
– 鼻 (はな/hana): Can also mean "nose" in Japanese. Context is crucial to determine which meaning is intended.
– 花 (はな/hana) in slang can sometimes be used to signify something beautiful or outstanding (similar to calling someone a "flower" in English).

### Examples of Sentences that Use It
1. その花はとてもきれいですね。
– Sono hana wa totemo kirei desu ne.
– That flower is very beautiful, isn't it?

2. 花を買うために花屋に行きました。
– Hana o kau tame ni hanaya ni ikimaa.
– I went to the flower shop to buy some flowers.

3. 彼女はステージの上で花のように輝いていた。
– Kanojo wa sutaaji no ue de hana no you ni kagayaite ita.
– She was shining like a flower on the stage.

4. 彼は鼻が高い。
– Kare wa hana ga takai.
– He is proud (literally: "He has a high nose").

5. 桜の花が満開です。
– Sakura no hana ga mankai desu.
– The cherry blossoms are in full bloom.

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はな info.

Tips to Remember:
– Think of "はな (hana)" as something you see on your face every day, just like a flower (also "hana" in Japanese) blooms every day in a garden.
– Imagine sniffing a flower "hana" with your "はな" (nose).

– はな (hana) is the standard Japanese word for "nose".
– "鼻" (はな, hana) is the kanji representation.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 鼻孔 (びこう, bikou): Means nostrils.
– 鼻っ柱 (はなっぱしら, hanappashira): Refers to the bridge of the nose but can imply pride or being conceited.

Alternate Meanings:
– As slang, はな (鼻) sometimes can be used to refer to someone being overly proud or vain because the nose is often associated with pride. For example, "鼻が高い" (はながたかい, hana ga takai) literally translates to "having a high nose," which means someone is very proud.

Examples of Sentences:
1. 彼女のはなは小さいです。
– (かのじょのはなはちいさいです。)
– Kanojo no hana wa chiisai desu.
– Her nose is small.

2. 冬になると、はなが詰まります。
– (ふゆになると、はながつまります。)
– Fuyu ni naru to, hana ga tsumari masu.
– In winter, my nose gets stuffed.

3. 彼はいつもはなをかんでいます。
– (かれはいつもはなをかんでいます。)
– Kare wa itsumo hana o kande imasu.
– He is always blowing his nose.

4. あの子ははなが高いです。
– (あのこははながたかいです。)
– Ano ko wa hana ga takai desu.
– That kid is very proud (or conceited).

5. はながかゆいです。
– (はながかゆいです。)
– Hana ga kayui desu.
– My nose is itchy.

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