御 ([ご、お、み、おん] )((go,o,mi,on))
Meaning: (honorific) respected-___ 尊敬を示す語
Example: Is your * husband * well?
JLPT Level: 4
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|Amatuka||Note: 主人 is non-PC (because it can also be used to mean 'master'). I think 夫(おっと) is more common now ...|| |
|Miki||When I talk about "my" husband, I would say 夫 but talk about other's husband, we don't use 夫 and usually use ご主人。|| |
|Miki||note : When you talk about "your" wife, you'd say 妻(つま）、家内（かない）、or 女房（にょうぼう）. And when you talk about other's wife, 奥様（おくさま）。|| |
|your name||But we don't have a custom to call somebody's husband by name though it has been changing.|
ah, だんな is also used but this may be also 考え直すべき問題??
|Amatuka||Yeek. I really messed up the editing on the English bit of my comment.|| |
|Amatuka||I think it was what was talked about in this book that I was thinking of. (Not that I've read it myself ;-)|
|Amatuka||> だんな [...] may be also 考え直すべき問題??|
I'd guess so - but it isn't my language for me to be 考え直すing. ;-)
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