If you have some experience with japanese you may have noticed that lots of japanese titles start with o an o at the beginning of a japanese title is usually an honorific prefix removing the o makes the title more colloquial and in some cases rude for example the word for mother with honorifics is oka san. How to say title in japanese whats the japanese word for title heres a list of translations japanese translation taitoru more japanese words for title. An important form of japanese courtesy is knowing how to refer to people when meeting people in japan be sure to use the appropriate formal title san is the most commonly used respectful title placed someones first or last name regardless of their gender or marital status sama is a more formal respectful title . Using japanese honorific titles eg san sama kun and chan in japan most of the time people call each other by their family name rather than their given names a japanese honorific title is a suffix that goes after the persons name as in satou name san honorific to raise this person up
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