How do you say ‘Warrior’ in Japanese?

How do you say ‘warrior’ in Japanese? Anyone know?

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  • There are a few different ways to do it depending on the context.

    侍 (samurai) – Edo period warriors

    兵 (tsuwamono) – Brave man, fighter; general “warrior” type of guy.

    武者 (musha) – Another general “warrior” term

    戦士 (senshi) – Soldier, general “warrior” in the military/fighting sense

    武士 (bushi) – This means “warrior” but it’s usually only used as a prefix in words like “bushido”.

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    How do you say ‘Warrior’ in Japanese?

    How do you say ‘warrior’ in Japanese? Anyone know?

  • Warrior in Japanese is senshi. If you go on google and say for example “How do you spell warrior in Japanese” Its the first thing that comes up.

  • Just a guess, but based on the little I know, I’d say “samuria.”

  • I think it’s “bushi” because “bushido” is the way of the warrior

  • senshi and samuria isnt even a word lol

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