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ぶさん【欲さん】

 Ryukyu (Okinawa)

busan [busaŋ̍]

Definition

Suffix, Sa-Adjective

  1. Used after the linking i-form of a verb to indicate a desire to do something. Want to ~, wish to ~, would like to ~.
    1. かみぶさん咬み欲さん
      kami busan
      "I want to eat"
    2. ぬみぶさん飲み欲さん
      numi busan
      "I want to drink"
    3. うんじゅとぅ沖縄んかい行ち欲さん
      うんじゅとぅうちなーんかいいちぶさん
      unju tu uchinaa nkai ichi busan
      "I want to go to Okinawa with you"

Etymology

Rendaku form of ふさん【欲さん】 fusan "to want". Cognate to the Japanese adjective ほしい【欲しい】 hoshii "to want (something), to desire (something)".

Notes

Attributive form: ぶさる【欲さる】 busaru.
Past form: ぶさたん【欲さたん】busatan.
Past attributive: ぶさたる【欲さたる】busataru.

意味:~たい、~したい

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