Thursday, May 31, 2018

yome 嫁

In Japanese, yome 嫁 means "wife," or "bride," or "daughter-in-law," the "wife of your son," or "bride of your son." It can also mean "read!" but that's a bit unrelated to this article.
Sunday, May 20, 2018

ojousama お嬢様

In Japanese, ojousama お嬢様 means "daughter", just like the word musume 娘, but it can also mean a "young girl," or a "rich girl." In the anime fandom, ojousama, or ojou-sama, refers to a rich anime girl.
Friday, May 18, 2018

bocchan 坊っちゃん

In Japanese, bocchan 坊っちゃん has various meanings. It's often used by maids and butlers in anime to refer to a boy whom they serve, so it's often translated as "young master," but it can be used toward a "rich boy," a "naive boy," just a random "boy," or specifically someone else's "son."
Thursday, May 3, 2018


In Japanese, goshujinsama ご主人様 means the "master" of a servant, in anime, mostly of a maid. The word may also refer to the "owner" of a house or shop, to one's "husband," or to a pet's "owner."