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あまなつかん

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Hello, a new user here, and I registered to ask about the meaning - and complete form - of a word I saw in a Twitter conversation.

The word in question is 「ラ○イン」. One of the katakana characters in it seems to be covered up, and searching across the web hailed no results. It was used with 〜して or 〜する, if that helps with anything.

I would be grateful if anyone has any idea what the word is!
 

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You couldn't give us the sentence you saw it in?
 

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No. I'm pretty sure there is no other possibility.
 

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No. I'm pretty sure there is no other possibility.

I see! In that case, I'm guessing the circle in between "ラ" and "イ" serves as a censor of some sort. The sentence 「今ドコにいるのかラ○インしろ」 would then translate to "Where are you now [,] LINE me." - or similar?
 
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