Question: What does Domo arigato mean in Italian?

interjection. en “thank you” among the Japanese.

What does arigato mean in Italian?

Arigato (ありがとう) comes from the words arigatashi (“to be”) and katai (“difficult”). Arigato, then, has a literal sense of “being alive is hard.” Arigato became used to express gratitude (in appreciation of goodness despite lifes challenges), eventually morphing into a more general expression of thanks over time.

What does Domo mean in Domo arigato?

Thank you very much Domo arigato (どうもありがとう, Dōmo arigatō) (pronounced [doꜜːmo aɾiꜜɡatoː]) is a Japanese phrase meaning Thanks a lot or Thank you very much.

How to say arigato in english?

1. Arigato gozaimasu! / Thank you! This is a polite way of saying thank you. While traveling in Japan, this is probably the most basic thank you phrase youll be using.

Is arigato a noun?

Despite being a Japanese word, Arigato was written in RM maji rather than in Kanji. Taihenni / taihen is an adverb and arigato is used as a noun / interjection today.

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