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Hey. Can anyone translate: 惇 (よてと) to me?
It's scribbled on an n64 controller on ebay and i wanna buy it, but i'd like to know what it says first.
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From google translate: Honest (good luck)
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That actually says "Makoto" (まこと), it's the previous owners' name.

He wrote the hiragana after it because that kanji is used for a bunch of given names in Japan and has dozens of different readings.

The meaning is basically as >>614892 said.
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>>614892
Fantastic, thanks guys.
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>>614894
Isn't Makoto a girl's name?
>a real live Japanese girl gripped this with her sweaty hands
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bump 2
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>>614972
It's gender-neutral, like a lot of Japanese names, and the gender is implied sometimes by the kanji used to write it. In this case the kanji is also gender neutral.
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>>615188
its a trap
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>>615208
Even better



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