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20:31 May 13, 2001
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
Japanese term or phrase: Blessed with the wisdom of the dragon
I would like to use this phrase to say, "I am blessed with the wisdom of the dragon."
Mitchell
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na龍神の賢知に祝福された(ryu-jin no kenchi ni shukufuku sareta)xxxmichiokn
naRyuu no chie no shukufuku wo uketa
Benjamin Wood


  

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9 hrs
Ryuu no chie no shukufuku wo uketa


Explanation:

Here is the basic translation. I don't know hiw much Japanese you know, this phrase here is without a pronoun so in most cases it will describe yourself or whoever the topic was last.

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龍神の賢知に祝福された(ryu-jin no kenchi ni shukufuku sareta)


Explanation:
The straight Japanese translation of "Dragon" is "ryu" or "tatu" in Japanese. However, I suggest to use "ryu-jin" in this case, as it will relate better to "wisdon". "Ryu-jin" means "dragon god".

"Wisdom" is "chi-e" or "ken-chi" in Japanese. The expression "ken-chi" may be more suitable for "dragon".



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