猫ばば take something someone left as your own

猫ばば
take something someone left as your own; pocket (to swip something regardless of whose it is)



The word:

Closer look at the kanji:

B = Beginner | I = Intermediate
| A = Advanced

猫ばば
neko baba

take something someone left as your own; pocket (to swip something regardless of whose it is)

neko cat

ばば baba poop [kanji: 糞 (with the character for rice [米] and different [異] – rice becomes something different)]




猫舌 neko jita – sensitive to hot food or drink; weak tongue (like a cat lapping too hot milk) [A]

子猫 ko neko – kitten [lit. child cat] [B]


SUGGESTED USAGE:

犬のポチは猫のタマのごはんを猫ばばした。
inu no pochi wa neko no tama no gohan o nekobaba shita.

Pochi the dog swipped Tama the cats food.

ABOUT SUGGESTED USAGE:

犬のポチ inu no pochi – Pochi the dog NOTE: in Japanese it is the dog Pochi. Pochi is a generic dog name like Rover is a Western dog name.

猫のタマ neko no tama – Tama the cat Tama is a common cat name

ごはん gohan – food it really means rice but is usually used to mean a meal


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