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Explanation: This is the Japanese for "scarecrow".
It is written かかし.
It is pronounced:
khaa=aspirated form of "ca" in "car"
kaa=same as "ca" in "car"
sh= as "sh" in "shame"
i=as "i" in "it".
There's a scarecrow in the field=
haataake ni khaakaashi gaa aarimasu.
Hope this helps.
Kenkyusha's E>J Dic.
J_R_Tuladhar Local time: 08:28 Native speaker of: English, Nepali PRO pts in pair: 14