kami (plural kami)
- An animistic God or spirit in the Shinto religion of Japan.
- A basic origami paper, usually printed with a colour or pattern on one side.
a God or spirit in the Shinto religion of Japan
From Malay kami, from Proto-Malayic *kami, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *kami, from Proto-Austronesian *kami.
- we (exclusive); I and other(s) but not those I am addressing
- "Kami sudah pergi ke pasar": "We have been to the market"
- us (exclusive); me and other(s) but not those I am addressing
- Ibu: "Kamu sekalian sudah di mandi?" Mother: "Have you all bathed yet?"
- Anak-anak: "Kami?" Children: "Us?"
- our (exclusive); my and of other(s) but not of those I am addressing
- "Adalah cicak besar di dinding kamar hotel kami: tolong bantu di ambil ": "There is a big gecko in our hotel room: please help have it removed."
- ours (if used with milik, kepunyaan, etc.)
- "Hak Milik tanah bangsa Indonesia hanya untuk kami sekalian": "It is only we [Indonesians] who have the right to own this Indonesian land"
- rōmaji reading of かみ
From Proto-Slavic *kamy, preserving the reflex of word-final */y/, which was lost in standard words kȃm and kȁmēn.
kami m (Cyrillic spelling ками)
- (regional, obsolete) stone
- Skok, Petar (1972) Etimologijski rječnik hrvatskoga ili srpskoga jezika (in Serbo-Croatian), volume 2, Zagreb: JAZU, page 26
From Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *kami, from Proto-Austronesian *kami.
- IPA(key): /kaˈmɪ/ or IPA(key): /kaˈmɛ/ (colloquial)
- we; us (exclusive of the person spoken to)
- Nagtatrabaho kami sa isang kumpanya. Ikaw?
- We work at a company. You?
Tagalog personal pronouns