What is the Meaning'?

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What is the meaning of Word "Seki U!"'?
Please anyone tell,I will be Very Thankful to you.

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updated ABR 22, 2008
posted by david6

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I don't really understand why you're asking a Japanese question on a Spanish forum, but...

I'm a Japanese translator, and if you had just wished her happy birthday, she probably said "thank you," which when said with a Japanese accent comes out as "san kyuu." She may have been trying to pronounce more like in English, and I can easily imagine that it came out sounding to you like "seki U."

updated ABR 22, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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Thanks man,I think you maybe right..

updated ABR 22, 2008
posted by david6
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in that case it sounds like you missed out "saki" being the national drink of japan "rice wine" she was either offering you a drink or asking if you had one.

updated ABR 21, 2008
posted by Al-hart
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Yes its true a japanese girl said these word to me..I just said Happy Birthday to you
and she said "Seki U! jajaja"...It may be a japanese and spanish mixed slang.lol

updated ABR 14, 2008
posted by david6
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did a japanese guy say it? did he have a drink in his hand?

you saki saki!!!

lol

updated ABR 14, 2008
posted by Al-hart
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This doesn't look like anything Spanish that I've ever seen. Is this something you heard? If so, what was the context? Maybe we can figure it out if we know how the vowels in your text are pronounced.

updated ABR 14, 2008
posted by CalvoViejo