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Definition. The term "San" has a long vowel and is correctly spelled Sān (in Khoikhoigowab orthography), and it is a Khoi-speaking pastoralist exonym in the Khoikhoi language, and was often used in a derogatory manner to describe forager people, who maintained a non-accumulation lifestyle, and has the literal meaning of "foragers", so it is in fact an economic …

Japanese Honorific Titles: San, Sama, Kun and Chan - Learn

Japanese Honorifics - How to use San, Sama, Kun and Chan; Last edited on 12 September 2020, at 03:08. Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted. This page was last edited on 12 September 2020, at 03:08 (UTC). Text is available under

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When do we use San and Kun while speaking Japanese

Kun is one of the honorifics Japanese people are used to address to each other. Others are ‘san’, ‘chan’, ‘sama’. [ 1] Kun (君) is the informal address for males, such as boys or juniors at work.

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