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Ecchizuki

The London Boots delight in asking women if they are ‘Ecchi-zuki’ or not. Ecchi is slang for sex, and ‘suki’ means to like. While there are very few people who would deny that they enjoy sex, this phrase sounds like ‘kirei-zuki’ (a neat freak) so it has the nuance of being a woman who can’t get enough.

Submitted September 5th, 2002 by: Anonymous

Comments

doesnt it come from 過ぎ instead of 好き? Comment by: ira   
Wether "Ecchizuki" means to ask for sex, I don't know, but I do know that "Ecchi" actually means "perverted/creepy" It's taken from the sound of the English letter H in Hentai. i.e ̓Gb`I (That is perverted!) Comment by: Emily    Rated:3/5
actually the "h" in ecchi stands for the first letter of the English word "horny" Comment by: kimekime   
Wrong. Ecchi is the Japanese pronunciation of the letter H, which in turn is from the English spelling of the Japanese word "hentai" (pervert). Comment by: Ketsuban   
OHHHHHHH i get it know! Comment by: uhhhhhhhh   
here is what I know about the japanese meaning of Ehhch. it has many connotations for sex. The origin is in the shape of the capital letter H. Take another look at 'H' . What if it were a man and a woman? Get it. Echi da ne Comment by: ax   
Hey, i'm a Japanese. i'm not sure if i can explain this in English well, but i'll try. ok, is usually used as "naughty/sex" or if you want to use it as an verb, you need to add "h@like "Gb`hit means to have sex. @i surely believe it doesn't have the meaning "creepy", tho. here's the example to use Gb` when it means "perv". when a girl shouts "Gb`[[Ih maybe he tried to peek while she was changing. but she found it and shouted that at him and closed the door. Gb` is used as an adjective to discribe people who have a lot of sexual drive. so for example "ޏ̓Gb`ˁh@is saying like " she likes to have sex a lot" . oh, here's another example, if you add the question mark at the end, like " Gb`Hh it's you are asking if the other person likes to have sex a lot or not" hope it helps :) Comment by: Ponko   
omg, this site doesn't show Hiragana?? lol ok, i'll rewrite it then :) Hey, i'm a Japanese. i'm not sure if i can explain this in English well, but i'll try. ok, "eccchi" is usually used as "naughty/sex" or if you want to use it as a verb, you need to add "suru"at the end. like "ecchi suru" it means to have sex. i surely believe it doesn't have the meaning "creepy", tho. here's the example to use "ecchi" when it means "perv". if a girl shouts "ecchi---!!" to a guy, it means maybe the guy was trying to peek while she was changing. but she found it and shouted that at him and closed the door or something. "ecchi zuki" is used as an adjective to discribe people who have a lot of sexual drive. so for example "kanozyo ha ecchi zuki" is saying like " she likes to have sex a lot" . oh, here's another example, if you add the question mark at the end, like " ecchi zuki?" it's like you are asking if the other person likes to have sex a lot or not. i don't recomend you to do that, tho. especially if the other person was a woman. lol hope it helps :) Comment by: ponko part 2    Rated:4/5
It is a ecchi(sex/the thing just before sex) and suki(like love). The sound changes to "zuki" "chi+su" because it is hard to pronounce. Comment by: Go!Go!7188    Rated:3/5

 
 

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