Gunarto's Basic Japanese - Javanese Dictionary

Javanese is a language with polite forms which is found in some languages such as: Japanese, Korean, Javanese, Sundanese and Balinese. Slightly different from regular and polite forms used in Japanese language, Javanese uses 3 levels of politeness: ngoko, kromo, and kromo-inggil for almost every word, as shown below (incomplete set of collections).

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  Japanese kanji and kana In roman letters Synonym & 'antonym Indonesian meaning In Javanese (ngoko) Polite form (kromo) Very polite (kromo inggil) Using
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