japanese

Japanese - What does it mean?

japanese | |

Japanese vs German - What's the difference?

japanese | german |


As proper nouns the difference between japanese and german

is that japanese is the main language spoken in japan while german is a german, teuton.

As an adjective japanese

is of, relating to, or derived from japan, its language, or culture.

As a noun japanese

is a person living in or coming from japan, or of japanese ancestry.

Japanese vs French - What's the difference?

japanese | french |


As an adjective japanese

is of, relating to, or derived from japan, its language, or culture.

As a noun japanese

is a person living in or coming from japan, or of japanese ancestry.

As a proper noun japanese

is the main language spoken in japan.

As a verb french is

to prepare food by cutting it into strips.

Japanese vs American - What's the difference?

japanese | american |


As adjectives the difference between japanese and american

is that japanese is of, relating to, or derived from japan, its language, or culture while american is american.

As nouns the difference between japanese and american

is that japanese is a person living in or coming from japan, or of japanese ancestry while american is an american man.

As a proper noun japanese

is the main language spoken in japan.

Japanese vs Dog - What's the difference?

japanese | dog |


As nouns the difference between japanese and dog

is that japanese is a person living in or coming from japan, or of japanese ancestry while dog is a mammal, canis lupus familiaris , that has been domesticated for thousands of years, of highly variable appearance due to human breeding.

As an adjective japanese

is of, relating to, or derived from japan, its language, or culture.

As a proper noun japanese

is the main language spoken in japan.

As a verb dog is

to pursue with the intent to catch.

Wikidiffcom vs Japanese - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | japanese |


As an adjective japanese is

of, relating to, or derived from japan, its language, or culture.

As a noun japanese is

a person living in or coming from japan, or of japanese ancestry.

As a proper noun japanese is

the main language spoken in japan.

Japanese vs Javanese - What's the difference?

japanese | javanese |


As nouns the difference between japanese and javanese

is that japanese is a person living in or coming from japan, or of japanese ancestry while javanese is a person belonging to the native austronesian people of the island of java.

As proper nouns the difference between japanese and javanese

is that japanese is the main language spoken in japan while javanese is a language spoken in java.

As an adjective japanese

is of, relating to, or derived from japan, its language, or culture.

Japanese vs Southafrican - What's the difference?

japanese | southafrican |

Alien vs Japanese - What's the difference?

alien | japanese |


As a verb alien

is .

As an adjective japanese is

of, relating to, or derived from japan, its language, or culture.

As a noun japanese is

a person living in or coming from japan, or of japanese ancestry.

As a proper noun japanese is

the main language spoken in japan.

British vs Japanese - What's the difference?

british | japanese |


As adjectives the difference between british and japanese

is that british is typically british while japanese is of, relating to, or derived from japan, its language, or culture.

As a noun japanese is

a person living in or coming from japan, or of japanese ancestry.

As a proper noun japanese is

the main language spoken in japan.

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