英 ['ænɪmeɪ; 'ænɪmə]
- anime (n.)
- c. 1985, Japanese for "animation," a term that seems to have arisen in the 1970s, apparently based on French animé "animated, lively, roused," from the same root as English animate (adj.). Probably taken into Japanese from a phrase such as dessin animé "cartoon," literally "animated design," with the adjective abstracted or mistaken, due to its position, as a noun.
Manga (q.v.) is Japanese for "comic book, graphic novel," but anime largely are based on manga and until 1970s, anime were known in Japan as manga eiga or "TV manga." The two terms are somewhat confused in English.
- 1. The word anime was generalized into everyday use.
- 2. TIME: Do anime and games require a similar creativity?
- 3. Can't live without favorite songs, anime s and dramas!
- 生活里不能没有喜欢的歌曲, 动漫和连续剧!
- 4. How about other links between the early animations and contemporary anime?
- 5. I like anime robots and characters, but any angry robots is good.
- 我喜欢机器人动画和人物, 但任何愤怒的机器人是好的.
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