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With the above outlined ideals, the author began a serious and funda- mental research in order to write this Dictionary. I suppose there is no language other than Japanese that has so many words composed of these five vowels, as shown in the above mentioned examples and indicating how important the vowels are in the Japanese language. THE ACCENTUATION Of course, in Japanese the accentuation or emphasis is used, but as a whole, the accent is not as strong or important as in English. (Shi is harsh in sound and not soft as "sing" in English.) su as in Suzanne, se as in sell. The vocabularies composed by these monosyllables are: • Sashi (measurement of length), sasu (to stick or sting), sushi (specially cooked rice with vinegar) , sosui (incline) , osu (to push) , soso (carelessness). annoy (v.i.) onaji shigekitekina Koi o' kuri- kaeshite nayamasaseru; 5nosasu; seme- sainamasu; hanmonsasu.
Webster, Funk and Wagnall, Winston, and Mac Millan have all been freely consulted in their unabridged editions for the authoritative English references; also, many English-Japanese dictionaries have been consulted. THE LONG VOWEL SOUNDS a I u e o The long sound sign, each written as above, means the doubling of the length of the preceding pronunciation, a as in dark, lark, etc. In contrast to Japanese accentuations the English accents are like waves, rising and receding. annoyance (re.) nayamasaseru koto; hanmon- saseru koto; Hanmon; Ono; wazurawase- hanmonsaseru koto matawa Mono.
World-wide events have changed the destiny of Japan. The following vocabularies are composed from the syllables mentioned above: Na (name or a leafy vegetable), ni (load), ni (postposition meaning vii English- Japanese Dictionary in Roman Letters "in", "to"), ne (root), no (possessive case meaning "of"), nani (what? annexation (re.) tsukekuwaeru koto; Fuka; Tenpu; Tsugitashi; Ryochi nado no gotoku tsukekuwaerareta Mono.The consulters of this Dictionary will be able to choose the most suitable translated words by their own efforts. annulment (n.) torikesu koto; Massatsu; Nurikeshi; Jokyo. apathetic (adj.) mukankakuna; Kanjo o ugokasanu; reitanna.Of course, the author feels that there are still many unpolished parts in this book. annunciate (v.t.) dyake ni tsuge-shirasu; K5hyosuru; Kojisuru. apathy («.) Mukankaku; heikina koto; Reitan; Tsumetasa. aperient (adj.) gezaino; hara-kudashino; tsuji-tsukeno. aperture (n.) Ana; Kuchi no aita Tokoro; Sukima; Tsuro.He has tried to keep terms most used in daily speech and in conversation. vi English-Japanese Dictionary in Roman Letters ka pronounced like canoe ku as in cwshion. annually (adv.) toshidoshini; mainen; Ichinen ni Ichido zutsu.Another purpose of this Dictionary is to enable "the Japanese students, who are learning English, to profit from their study as much as possible by giving them a reference easily understood. annuity (re.) Nenkin; Ichinen ni Ichido zutsu shiharawareru Kane; Ichinen ni Ichido zutsu Shunyu no aru Toshi. anywise (adv.) tonikaku; tomokaku; izure- ni-seyo; dose, aorta («.) Daid Smyaku.