Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicComics & Animation · 6 years ago

What does "nanodayo" mean?

Midorima always add ''nanodayo'' to his sentences.what does that mean?

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  • 6 years ago
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    Nanodayo (なのだよ) is about the English equivalent of " 's-n-such ".

    So a sentence of "Orenji o hirou nanodayo" would translate to "Pick up the oranges'-n-such".

    "N-stuff" is also a good equivalent. Like "I have to go to school-n-stuff."

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  • 5 years ago

    Midorima occasionally ends his phrases with "Nanodayo", a combination of three Japanese sentence-ending particles which adds a tone of "an explanation about something that doesn t really need explaining" to his words.

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  • 6 years ago

    I don't think it means anything, I always thought of it like Canadians saying "aye" after sentences. (I live in canada and my friends do say 'aye' after their sentences sometimes without out realizing.) Or its also like Naruto saying "Dattebayo" no one really knows why.

    So if I was no help.

    Source(s): idk
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  • 6 years ago

    It has no meaning. he just adds to his sentences like naruto's "dattebayo"

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