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See also: ばん and ぱん

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はん (rōmaji han)

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はん (rōmaji -han)

  1. (chiefly Kansai) Eye dialect spelling of さん (-san), representing Kansai Japanese.
    • 1984 February 20 [Jun 15 1983], Murakami, Motoka, “っちゃがてるのまき [Pa’s Watchin’]”, in けん [Musashi’s Sword], volume 10 (fiction), 4th edition, Tokyo: Shogakukan, →ISBN, page 86:
       (おに)や! (くに) (ひこ)はんはほんまの (おに)やわ!
      Oni ya! Kunihiko-han wa honma no oni ya wa!
      You’re a cruel man! You really are a cruel man, Kunihiko-han!
    • 2005 August 9, Sorachi, Hideaki, “だい六十五くん がいけんだけでひとはんだんしちゃダメ [Lesson 65: Don’t Judge People by Their Look]”, in ぎんたま [Silver Soul], volume 8 (fiction), Tokyo: Shueisha, →ISBN:
       (ひじ) (かた)はんって  () (まい) ()やしクールやし
      Hijikata-hantte nimaime yashi kūru yashi
      Hijikata-han, yer so cool and handsome!