Synonyms for jibun or Related words with jibun

otona              kimochi              hajimete              jikan              egao              omoide              tameni              hitotsu              koibito              honki              yakusoku              inochi              hitori              naisho              hajimari              tsukiyo              chikai              omoi              kanashimi              dekiru              shita              dakishimete              kanojo              itsumo              kodomo              bokura              yasashii              mieru              anata              namida              boku              watashi              kodoku              bokutachi              shiawase              utsukushii              tenshi              subete              maboroshi              kotoba              oretachi              negai              itsuka              yoake              unmei              ikenai              aitai              hoshizora              seishun              kamisama             

Examples of "jibun"
Nova changed ownership again in 2012, being purchased by Jibun Mirai Associe Co. Ltd. However G.communication continues to operate some Nova schools through its subsidiaries G.networks and G.taste, under license from Jibun Mirai Associe.
If the sentence has more than one grammatical or semantic subject, then the target of "jibun" is the subject of the "primary" or "most prominent action"; thus in the following sentence "jibun" refers unambiguously to Shizuko (even though Makoto is the grammatical subject) because the primary action is Shizuko's reading.
In the Japanese language, jibun 自分 and jibunjishin 自分自身 are reflexive pronouns that correspond roughly to 'herself' and 'himself'. They differ from English in some ways; for example, jibun and jibunjishin do not have to agree in gender or number where English reflexives do. Jibun can further be bound locally or long distance where English reflexives must always occur locally. Although both English and Japanese pronouns must be c-commanded by their antecedents, because of the syntactic structure of Japanese, long distance binding is allowed.
In practice the main action is not always discernible, in which case such sentences are ambiguous. The use of "jibun" in complex sentences follows non-trivial rules.
"Honto no Jibun" was released on October 31, 2007, in Japan under the Pony Canon label in two different versions, regular and limited, the latter of which included an additional DVD.
As of February 1, 2012 Nova was sold to Jibun Mirai Associe Co Ltd. G.Communication still owns some GEOS operations outside Japan, located in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Thailand.
As of November 28, 2007, the single has sold 38,085 copies, making it their highest-selling single to date, and also the second-best selling Hello! Project Kids single after Buono!'s debut single "Honto no Jibun".
There are also equivalents to "jibun" such as "mizukara". Other uses of the reflexive pronoun in English are covered by adverbs like "hitorideni" which is used in the sense of "by oneself". For example,
His anthology, "Jibun wa mita" (“I Saw”, 1918), contains the poem "Kuruma no oto" (“Noise of the Carts”), which often appears in Japanese collections of Taisho period poetry. His longer work, "Mukashi no ie" (“House of Long Ago”, 1929), is autobiographical, describing his aristocratic background.
D'Errico has worked in vinyl toys, having customized blanks for Ad Funture, Osaka Popstar, the DCTO Jibun Project, Mindstyle & Disney's Stitch Experiment and Hasbro's Mighty Mugg for Lucasfilm's "The Empire Muggs Back" series. She was one of the artists chosen to customize and create a toy for the first Canadian vinyl toy series called Bax Bear.
On April 23, 2003 his first solo concert was held at the Shibuya Public Hall. Three singles were released: "Jibun Kakumei", "Tariraritarara", and "Coo quack cluck -Ku. Ku. Ru-", which charted as numbers forty, thirty and forty-two respectively on Oricon. On December 2, his second studio album, "Galyuu", was released; it charted forty-fourth.
English has a reflexive form of each personal pronoun ("himself", "herself", "itself", "themselves", etc.); Japanese, in contrast, has one main reflexive "daimeishi", namely "jibun" (自分), which can also mean 'I'. The uses of the reflexive (pro)nouns in the two languages are very different, as demonstrated by the following literal translations (*=impossible, ??=ambiguous):
Her hit song, titled "Chiisaki Mono" or "Make a Wish" (English Version), was used in the sixth Pokémon movie, (Japanese: "Nanayo no Negai Boshi"; literally "Wishing Star of Seven Nights"). Other notable songs include "Hitotsubu no Tane ~Love the Earth~", "Snowdrop", "Jibun Shinjite" and "Mou Ichido Anata ni Aitai".
It took roughly eight months for the company to reach the point where it filed for bankruptcy protection on 26 October 2007 whereupon the trading of its stock was suspended and was delisted on 27 November 2007. On 6 November 2007 court-appointed receivers announced that Nagoya-based G.Communication would sponsor Nova. Initial plans by were to start with reopening up to 30 schools in various locations including Tokyo and Osaka by the end of November 2007. later sold off its 490 Nova and 167 GEOS English schools on 1 October 2010 to Inayoshi Holdings, with 50 of the GEOS schools slated to join the Nova group under the name "Nova x Geos" on 1 November 2010. As of 1 February 2012 Nova is owned by Jibun Mirai Associe Co. Ltd. On 2 September 2013 Jibun Mirai established a wholly owned subsidiary called Nova and fully reinstated the name Nova.
In Kansai, "omae" and "anta" are often used for the informal second-person pronoun. "Anata" is hardly used. Traditional local second-person pronouns include "omahan" ("omae" + "-han"), "anta-han" and "ansan" (both are "anta" + "-san", but "anta-han" is more polite). An archaic first-person pronoun, "ware", is used as a hostile and impolite second-person pronoun in Kansai. "Jibun" () is a Japanese word meaning "oneself" and sometimes "I," but it has an additional usage in Kansai as a casual second-person pronoun.
is the first single by the Hello! Project unit Buono!, featuring Airi Suzuki, Miyabi Natsuyaki, Momoko Tsugunaga as the main performers and Maimi Yajima and Chisato Okai as background characters in the song's Promotional Video. Honto no Jibun is the first song used for the ending theme of the anime Shugo Chara!, and "Kokoro no Tamago", the B-side of the CD, is the first song used for the opening theme.
• Sekiya Jun is the leader of the Toujougumi Youth Division, and becomes the daikou when Kubota kills the previous leader as his condition of leaving the Izumokai at the end of volume 1. In his one major confrontation with Kubota and Tokitoh in volume 2, Sekiya tells them that he knows about W·A, at least, and makes it clear that he suspects Tokitoh is also involved. He acts suggestively toward Tokitoh and has a stereotypically homosexual attitude; he speaks with a lisp and refers to himself with the feminine "atashi" (rather than the more masculine "ore," "jibun," or "boku"). Saori calls him an "okama"—an offensive term for a homosexual man.
Under the influence of her father, Shiori grew up listening to various music genres such as rock, punk and blues. In elementary school she learned to play on piano, in junior high school she formed band and played on electronic guitar. After finishing high school, she started fully took guitar and vocal lessons. She performed street lives in Shinjuku and Ohmiya. In June 2012, Shiori applied in audition "Jibun wo Kaetakute" and won Grand Prix "Treasure Hunt2012". On same year she made artist debut in 12 December. On 17 April 2013 she made major debut with single "Yureru Yureru". So far Shiori released 8 singles and 3 studio albums.
In the 2008–2009 season, she appeared on the TV show "Saku Saku" and became a regular Master of Ceremonies. On one appearance in the show she brought a guitar on set and began a song titled "Yu Nakamura's Theme". On another episode she is seen in the United States competing in the 36th Honolulu Marathon, for which she got a final 'Chip time' of 4 hours 49 minutes and 54 seconds, finishing in 5026th place. Beginning on January 8, 2009, her single "Questions?" appeared on "The Tower of Druaga: the Sword of Uruk" anime series as the opening theme. The single was released January 28, 2009, with a backing track titled "Today" and a secret track, a CD release of her previous "Yu Nakamora's Theme". "Questions?" was also her first music video, followed four months later by her second video and single for the song "Jibun Color". "Jibun Color" became her second anime series theme, this time for the "Major" TV series as its ending theme (episodes 121–). She recently played the role of Ritsuka Yuki, one of the main heroes in "".
Miyabi then became a member of Buono! alongside two other Hello! Project Kids: Momoko Tsugunaga from Berryz Koubou, and Airi Suzuki from Cute. The unit was officially announced at the Nakayoshi magazine Festival 2007 on July 21, 2007, at Tokyo's Sunshine City in Ikebukuro, and formed to sing both the opening ("Kokoro no Tamago") and ending ("Honto no Jibun") themes for the anime adaptation of the Shugo Chara! manga. Buono! continued to record the ending and opening themes for the first season of the anime. As of the second season, Buono! only recorded the ending themes, as the opening themes were handled by Shugo Chara Egg! and Guardians 4, two other groups formed for the sake of performing Shugo Chara! music.