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my first Spanish Question?

What does it mean when my spanish mate says Jason-Sei'

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updated MAY 12, 2008
posted by Jase

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Scarlet, "sei" as a suffix is not Japanese. Of course, it's possible that Jason's friend doesn't know Japanese, and is using it as you say, but it's not Japanese. Sensei is a single word, not hyphenated. The characters literally mean "previously born," meaning that the person is older and presumably wiser.

Nice guess, though!

updated MAY 12, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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In which context have you heard this'

updated MAY 12, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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hello Jase.
Maybe they are talking in japanese ( I'm not kidding,you know like sen-sei, something I don't know ) because in spanish it have not any meanning.
The word that look like sei is "seis" six.
maybe they are talking "spanglish" and they want to say "Jason-sei = Jason say = Jason dice " . I really don't know.

Good luck with your request.

Rebeca

updated MAY 12, 2008
posted by scarlet