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Q: What's a dialectical word or phrase you like?

Saito Madoka
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Tsugaru dialect's "Waiha"!
My oshi character from my favorite anime is from Aomori and speaks in Tsugaru dialect, and when I looked it up trying to understand my oshi a little bit more it said that the word "waiha" is used when you're surprised, and I liked it since it was somehow cute!
I wanna start using it in my daily life~~.

Hiromoto Ruli
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Sukicchan ne

(more Hakata dialect for liking someone or something)

Ishiguri Kanami
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Namara suki dabesa
I unexpectedly like this phrase heavy in Hokkaido dialect ♡

("I like you very much")

Yonemura Kirara
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Empitsu wa tokintokin (This pencil is sharp-pointed, from Nagoya dialect)

Kubota Nanami
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The "ken" (Hakata dialect) from things like "Suki yaken" I like cause it's so cute!
It makes my heart flutter when I hear it!

Tashiro Sumire
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Nakayama Natsume
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"Anyato" "Shimasshi"
Anyato I just personally think is super cute. It's from Ishikawa dialect meaning "Thanks".
"Shimasshi" means "~and so?" and since it's a dialect I think would definitely not communicate well, I like that about it! lol

Nishizaki Miku
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From Okayama, words like "Sou nanja" or "Jakara" or "Fui ni tsukuja" if you look at them objectively I think are cute!

(these are variations with "~ja" on different grammar, like "is that so" or "because" or "an abrupt arrival")

Kitahara Momo
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It's "okibariyasu". (ganbare, "Do your best")
This is often written in messages from my mom when I'm going to work, so it's a word I like since it makes me feel her kindness and warmth.
I hear "okibariyasu" is Kyoto dialect, but my mom is from Hiroshima. It seems she came to like it hearing celebrities using it.

Tsutsui Roko
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It has such a cute feeling!

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Thanks to Chuzzle for the graphics, and mekia for the source!

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