Definition of ちゃん

ちゃん

chan

Common word
suffix
suffix for familiar person(familiar language)
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 36 results)

Ai sat down beside me

かのじょ
彼女
かのじょ
彼女の
いもうと
美奈
She calls her sister Mina-chan

That a girl, Marie

Having said it, Mayu hangs her head in embarrassment

Momoe would often play with me when she was a child

Junko is a pretty girl

Now here is a story about a Japanese girl named Haru-chan

コヨミ
ゆみ
Koyomi bought a bow and arrows

Oh your daughter Haru-chan is very cheerful

しげみ
ようえん
幼稚園
むか
迎え
I will not be able to pick up Shigemi at the kindergarten

加奈子
千葉
とうきょ
東京
Kanako commutes from Chiba to Tokyo

由紀子
した
明日
こう
以降
もくきん
火木金
しゅっき
出勤
It's OK if Yukiko can do the Tuesday, Thursday and Friday shifts from tomorrow

Nanako is really cute, isn't she

Kei's very lucky! He has been since his birth

亜由美
あし
かわかぜ
河風
あお
煽り
Ayumi's feet were fanned by the river wind

"Aki's off school today?" "It seems her cold got worse.

You were about to dump her flat out, weren't you

さいせん
賽銭
・・・10
えん
、美羽
OK, here's the donation ... 10 yen each. Here you go, Mihane

I'm saying that if the real thing comes to her, Sekka won't have anything to grumble about

「カイ
かな
悲しい
じんせい
人生
はつたいけん
初体験
」「
?」「
"Kai dear! I'm really sad! Having my first experience in this way." "Eh?" "Skip-ping-town.
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