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Category:Japanese な-na adjectives

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All the entries below are な-adjectives. That is to say, they take -な as a suffix when they are used to modify nouns, and they are inflected quite differently from い-adjectives. Their inflection more closely resembles that of a noun, so な-adjectives are often referred to as adjectival nouns.

In Japanese, な-adjectives are known interchangeably as な-形容詞 (na-keiyōshi, な-adjectives) and 形容動詞 (keiyōdōshi, adjectival verbs).

In English, they are called quasi adjectives.

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