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Hallo!
i'm new here and very happy i found this site! :)
i'm also new learning jap, so i'll ask for a little help with this one: what could be the translation to: "bloody hands". (i took that from GNR Civil War).

and just another little, how do i say argentinian? i mean, american = amerikajin, japanese = nihonjin, argentinian (or argie whtever)?

from Argentina cheers! ;)

ありがとう!
 
Originally posted by @bloody_bloo
and just another little, how do i say argentinian? i mean, american = amerikajin, japanese = nihonjin, argentinian (or argie whtever)?
アルゼンチンじん
aruzenchinjin
by the look of it (the じん has the kanji for 'people' - 人)

As for your other question, maybe 血まみれた手 chi mamireta te

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Originally posted by PaulTB
アルゼンチンじん
aruzenchinjin
by the look of it (the じん has the kanji for 'people' - 人)

As for your other question, maybe 血まみれた手 chi mamireta te
Or, 血まみれの手

Maybe the difference between bloodied and bloody hands ?
 
Konnichiwa Minasan!

"血にまみれた手" is more correct than "血まみれた手".
But I think "血まみれの手" is better.

In Japan, "血まみれの手" or "血にまみれた手" means a murder or murderer.:eek:

NANGI
 
Cool thx nangi
but, which one is correct?:

血まみれの手 or 血塗れの手 ? (or both?)

I replaced まみ with 塗
 
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