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narazaru 2009/7/20 10:48
Hi. I need help comprehending what this word means. I've encountered it in sentences like these:



I tried very hard looking up dictionaries and search engines, to no avail.

Would be very grateful if someone can shed some light on this matter.

Thank you.
by Zyzzyva (guest)  

... 2009/7/20 12:09
"...narazaru" comes from "naru," meaning "to become" or "to be."
"...zaru" is a form of "...zu," negative.
So in modern (or everyday) Japanese, it would be "...dewa nai."

In the phrases you gave, it means

- With someone like you, evil like no person can be, I can understand that you enjoy pain of others like honey

- Nightmare that governs the ocean in the realm that is outside this world.

The parts that I put in italic correspond to ヒトならざる and この世ならざる.
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thanks 2009/7/20 16:01
Thanks AK, as usual.
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