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yaru

to do. also used in "to do it" (sex). example: today i plan to lay her for the first time.

Submitted June 29th, 2002 by: Anonymous

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hell ya Comment by: jeseman_04   
it's also used to say someone is good at something, for instance "yaru ne" for someone who can play poker really well, etc. and most of the time, yaru is just "to do". people who don't know japanese really well will have a hard time making it come across as "to do sex" lol. Comment by: xcurior   
"Yaru" means "to do" but it can also mean, "to give to an inferior." So, for example, you could say, "Inu ni tabemono wo yarimashita." Which just means, "I gave food to the dog." Comment by: BOO    Rated:3/5

 
 

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