"Za pô nê" meaning in All languages combined

See Za pô nê on Wiktionary

Proper name [Rade]

Etymology: Borrowed from French japonais (“Japanese”), apparently made up by Tadahiko Shintani for his Rade-Vietnamese-Japanese dictionary. Rade TV shows cover mainly local news of the Central Highlands, so it is unclear what the name of the foreign country would be like, although it is more likely that they would adopt the Vietnamese name Nhật Bản like some other government-related words. Etymology templates: {{bor|rad|fr|japonais||Japanese}} French japonais (“Japanese”), {{m|vi|Nhật Bản}} Nhật Bản Head templates: {{head|rad|proper noun|head=Za pô nê|sort=zapone}} Za pô nê
  1. (neologism) Japan Tags: neologism Categories (place): Japan
    Sense id: Za_pô_nê-rad-name-ZHKUODss Disambiguation of Japan: 95 5 Categories (other): Rade neologisms

Noun [Rade]

Etymology: Borrowed from French japonais (“Japanese”), apparently made up by Tadahiko Shintani for his Rade-Vietnamese-Japanese dictionary. Rade TV shows cover mainly local news of the Central Highlands, so it is unclear what the name of the foreign country would be like, although it is more likely that they would adopt the Vietnamese name Nhật Bản like some other government-related words. Etymology templates: {{bor|rad|fr|japonais||Japanese}} French japonais (“Japanese”), {{m|vi|Nhật Bản}} Nhật Bản Head templates: {{head|rad|noun|head=Za pô nê|sort=zapone}} Za pô nê
  1. (neologism) the Japanese language Tags: neologism Categories (topical): Japanese Categories (place): Countries in Asia
    Sense id: Za_pô_nê-rad-noun-sL-uIasF Disambiguation of Japanese: 5 95 Disambiguation of Countries in Asia: 32 68 Categories (other): Rade neologisms

Download JSON data for Za pô nê meaning in All languages combined (3.3kB)

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