What does “ojou-sama” mean?

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I heard my friend say it o.o what does it mean? I think it’s Japanese.

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  • You’re write with ojou-sama. It is not ojo-sama.

    Ojou-sama is the honorific form of ojousan, which can refer to someone’s daughter or if you’re trying to get the attention of a young lady you don’t know the name of. In the latter case it’s like yelling out “Miss!” in English to get a young lady’s attention.

  • Ojou-sama

  • The definition of “miss” which was provided by others is accurate; however, it’s common use in Japanese is to infer a very tastefully dressed, polite, elegantly refined, young, unmarried woman, similar to the sense of “debutante” in English, although that is not the correct translation because debutant infers other things. However, the visual images you might have of a debutante in terms of her style and manners is exactly the same as what Ojou-sama expresses in Japan.

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    What does “ojou-sama” mean?

    I heard my friend say it o.o what does it mean? I think it’s Japanese.

  • Ojousama

  • It’s a polite way of saying “woman,” and it’s “ojosama” with a short “o” sound.

    There might be another meaning your friend intended, but that’s what it sounds like if it’s Japanese, which it sounds like to me.

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