What does the word Natsukashi in Japanese mean exactly?

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  • soph
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    懐かしい(natsukashii) is an adjective which stands for the state of "feeling nostalgic" or "fond/sweet memory".

    ex.: 懐かしい場所(natsukashii basho) = place of fond memories

    Source(s): mother tongue
  • 4 years ago

    Natsu Meaning

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    It's Yappari, Not yappadi, Means Also, as I thought, still, in spite of, absolutely, or of course.

  • 5 years ago

    After I lost my favorite gray kitty I found another to replace him and named the new kitty Natsukashi....it means nostalgia, warm memories from something that reminds you of pleasant past

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    5 years ago

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    矢張り (hiragana: やはり , romaji: "yahari") (adverb) : 'as I thought', 'as expected'; 'also'; 'still'; 'after all' (is said and done)

  • Tanaka
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    adj.

    Said of something or someone that is reminiscent of good ol' days.

  • 1 decade ago

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    Proto-Japanese: *na°tu°ka°-

    Altaic etymology:

    Meaning: lovely, dear

    Russian meaning: ìèëûé, äîðîãîé

    Old Japanese: natuka-si

    Middle Japanese: na°tu°ka°-si

    Tokyo: natsukashi´-

    Kyoto: natsuka´shi-

    Kagoshima: natsuka´shi-

    Comments: JLTT 836. Accent in Kagoshima is irregular (probably under lit. influence).

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