2014-Sep-18 22:59:01 GoldenCrystal said: Then what about his Sunflora? Isn't it a female?
2014-Sep-18 22:56:10 GoldenCrystal said: What about "Senpai"? I'm pretty sure that's wat Gold called Red before, I think it's a form of respect but idk...
2014-Sep-18 22:53:12 GoldenCrystal said: Crystal's hair, Ruby's little cowlick (or ahoge) Sapphire's hair (sometimes) and Gold's bangs seem to defy gravity. Well mostly all the Dex Holders do XD
2014-Sep-18 22:51:14 Lucas said: I saw Japanese version, they call Wallace "sama"...... Alright, in here, this is just an honorific title, since they are Wallace's cheerleaders, and Wallace is a contests master.
2014-Sep-18 13:35:48 049AT said: 師 = teacher. It's the old fashioned formal way of calling your teacher. The current word 先生 (sensei) literally means "born first/earlier" and is used to call teachers because of the old "age = wisdom" kind of thing. 不經一事 不長一智 = if you don't experience one event, you don't learn a new knowledge. Age = experience, thus the older the wiser and thus your teacher. Hence "sensei" is used to super-formally (very rarely used) address those who are simply older than you even though that person isn't a teacher.
主人様 would mean "owner". Or the person that owns you. 主 = owner/lord, 人 = person, 様 = formality in addressing. No one says this anymore because of... well, slavery.