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Post  Yondaime on Tue Oct 28, 2008 10:45 pm

Japanese Suffixs are usually use3d to represent Respect,
Hate, and titles towards other people. It would be nice if you
started using them while posting on this board, it would add a
special touch that most other boards don't have.

San - Means Respect, add "-san" to the end of a person's name for respect.
Kun - Generally used for the Male Population, if you have a Male friend you can call him "name-Kun."
Chan - Generally used for the Female Population, if you have a Female friend you can call her "name-chan."
Senpai - Generally used for Senior players. Senpai can be used by itself or as a Title.
Sensei - Generally used for teachers, Sensei can be used by itself or as a Title.
Sama - A more formal form of san. Generally used for people that are more higher rank as you or your Supior.
Shi - Generally used for people you do not know.
Dono/Tono - Generally used for "Lord."
Ue - Means high Respect.
Iemoto - More Polite version of Sensei.
Kohai - Used to reply to someone who addresses you with
Senpai/Sempai. It is an affectionate title, kinda puts you in
the mind of a younger sibling (whom you like).

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