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Although the author has consulted many unabridged dictionaries in English and also many of the English-Japanese dictionaries written in Japanese, he would not have been able to finish the book without the invaluable assistance of the many Niseis, who assisted him as his eyes and hands. Vocabularies composed from the guttural syllables: Ga (moth), ga (postposition indicating the preceding word is the sub- ject of the sentence) , gi or giri (a truth or justice) , gu or dogu (uten- sils), go (five), gogo (afternoon — P. O.), ge (antonym of jo meaning "bottom" or "down"). anile (adj.) Toshiyori-onna no yona; yobo- yoboshita.
Webster, Funk and Wagnall, Winston, and Mac Millan have all been freely consulted in their unabridged editions for the authoritative English references; also, many English-Japanese dictionaries have been consulted. THE LONG VOWEL SOUNDS a I u e o The long sound sign, each written as above, means the doubling of the length of the preceding pronunciation, a as in dark, lark, etc. In contrast to Japanese accentuations the English accents are like waves, rising and receding. annoyance (re.) nayamasaseru koto; hanmon- saseru koto; Hanmon; Ono; wazurawase- hanmonsaseru koto matawa Mono.iv ENGLISH-JAPANESE DICTIONARY IN ROMAN LETTERS PRONOUNCING AND SPELLING THE JAPANESE LANGUAGE The fundamental pronunciation of the Japanese language is based on the fifty-unit sounds. anon (adv.) tadachini; sugusama; sokkoku; Toki o utsusazu; shibarakushite; sumi- yakani; mata; futatabi. aphelion (n.) Ennichiten (Yusei ga Kido o toru aida ni Taiyo kara mottomo toku hanareru Ten), aphis (n.) Aburamushi (Shokubutsu no Ha ni tsuki, Yochu no Toki wa Hane ga nai).These so-called fifty-unit sounds are monosyllabic and do not vary in sound upon their use with other syllables. anonym («.) Tokumeisha (tokuni Sakka de Na o dasanu Hito) ; Tokumei; Sakka no Betsu no Namai. aphorism (n.) Shinri o mijikaku itta Kotoba; Kingen; Keiku; Kakugen.The consulters of this Dictionary will be able to choose the most suitable translated words by their own efforts. annulment (n.) torikesu koto; Massatsu; Nurikeshi; Jokyo. apathetic (adj.) mukankakuna; Kanjo o ugokasanu; reitanna.Of course, the author feels that there are still many unpolished parts in this book. annunciate (v.t.) dyake ni tsuge-shirasu; K5hyosuru; Kojisuru. apathy («.) Mukankaku; heikina koto; Reitan; Tsumetasa. aperient (adj.) gezaino; hara-kudashino; tsuji-tsukeno. aperture (n.) Ana; Kuchi no aita Tokoro; Sukima; Tsuro.
The Japanese found a way to write these fifty basic sounds in Kana or Hiragana. (pro.) Hoka no Mono; Ta no Mono, answer (n.) Kotae (Shokan, Shitsumon, Ronnan nado ni taisuru); Kaito; Henji; Kaito (toku-kotae) (Stigaku nado no Mon- dai ni taisuru); tadashii Kekka; Setsumei; Kaisetsu; 2. apiece (adv.) hitotsubitotsuno; betsubetsuno ; hitotsu-zutsu no.