Tuesday, February 11, 2020

"One-Eyed" in Japanese

There are two ways to say "one-eyed" in Japanese:
  1. sekigan
    For one-eyed characters that had two eyes, but lost one.
  2. tangan
    For one-eyed characters that always had one eye, cyclops-like.

The difference between the terms for "one-eyed" in Japanese, sekigan 隻眼 and tangan 単眼.
Faces & Expressions

No comments:

Post a Comment

Leave your komento コメント in this posuto ポスト of this burogu ブログ with your questions about Japanese, doubts or whatever!

All comments are moderated and won't show up until approved. Spam, links to illegal websites, and inappropriate content won't be published.