How to say lone wolf in japanese?

Plan on learning the language before school but anyway how would I say lone wolf in Japanese?

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  • 一匹狼

    一匹オオカミ

    ippiki ookami

    wolf = ookamii

    ippiki = one animal, ‘i(p)’ stands for one.< 1 ‘ichi’. Japanese ‘i’ is short ‘i:’ as in eel.

    A man or woman who is independent and doesn’t like to belong to any group of people and tend to be alone but has strong willpower and is something in a way.

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    How to say lone wolf in japanese?

    Plan on learning the language before school but anyway how would I say lone wolf in Japanese?

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  • I agree with:

    1) 孤独な狼

    2) 一匹狼

    1) Kodoku (na) ookami means "lonely wolf" or "isolated wolf" which is closer to the English phrase "lone wolf."

    2) Ippiki ookami just means "one wolf" which doesn’t necessarily mean lonely or isolated, but is indeed the correct counter.

    Which of these sounds more natural in Japanese, I don’t know.

    Source(s): Part Japanese, Lived in Japan
  • 一人ぼっち狼の人

    (Hitori bocchi ookami no hito)

    Hitoribochhi=Alone, lonely

    Ookami=Wolf

    No=A particle in japanese to attach other word

    Hito=Person

    Just my own translation though. Not sure it’s correct

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    Maigo ni nattara Dokode matsu Tetego to hahago o Dokode matsu Tetego to hahago to gotogoto to Ikkokubashi de mateba Tetego to hahago to gotogoto to Ikkokubashi de mateba Yoi Hahago ga iɴᴀκᴇᴅrya Doko de matsu Tetego dake nara Doko de matsu Gotogoto mawaru ubaguruma Matazu ni motte yukeba yoi But a lot of the Japanese is rather old-fashioned, so it would be so helpful for you to learn. For example, no one says "tetego" or "hahago" for father and mother anymore.

  • 孤独な狼

    Ponyo Ponyo is very very wrong. His translation is one person’s wolf.

  • 一人の狼??

  • say… Big, bad woolf no flends

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