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Heroes must recover some books for the State Library.
Their loan period has passed...
My first problem is with the tsukkomi part.
Something like "it's not even funny"?
Then I have sawaru in regards to an orbal vehicle/car (yep, it's a made up word in the game).
Can sawaru mean other things aside from "to touch" when used for vehicles? Like "to run", "to operate"?
Then, something more appropriate for me.
These little buildings are called Dō.
Is there an English equivalent for this term?
I saw that they are called "hall" when used as a suffix or "shrine".
Shrine here is what it's closer to what I need but...
Sometimes they're really small shrines with a Buddha or Bodhisattva statue inside.
Sometimes are run down buildings.
Sometimes are perfectly kept.
Sometimes are inside temples areas.
Sometimes they are just a public building where to spend the night or wait for the rain to pass.
Sometimes there's no holy statue inside but it's just a shed where to put stuff villagers do not use.
Sometimes they are in plain view.
Many times are a little off the road, sometimes a lot off the road, even inside small forests...where you can meet with your comrades in secret to plan the assassination of your Lord
So, its not always a shrine, sometime is more of a shed, other times just some building everyone can use.
Any ideas for a fitting ts?
Last edited by Guren no heya kara; September 19, 2014 at 01:55 PM.
Example: auto body repair work
堂 Dō (dou); often called お堂 odou for (1)Quote:
(1) temples and shrines of all sizes.
(2) a hall <-- a place where people gather
You may want to use temples for buddhist building and shrines for shinto buildings.