A Dictionary of Japanese Loanwords

A Dictionary of Japanese Loanwords
Toshie M. Evans | Greenwood (May 28, 1997) | ISBN-10: 0313287414 | 248 pages | File type: PDF | 9.7 mb
Recent studies report that Japanese is the second most productive source of new loanwords to English. Such studies indicate that English-speaking countries are paying more attention to Japan than ever before. This dictionary lists and defines hundreds of terms borrowed from Japanese that are now used in English-language publications. Entries provide variant spellings, pronunciation, etymological information, definitions, and illustrative quotations. These quotations were collected from books, newspapers, magazines, novels, texts, advertisements, and databases published or distributed in the United States between 1964 and 1995.




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