Need to know how to give a formal introduction for a goddess in rōmaji. She will be saying, 'Greetings. My name is Amaterasu Omikami.' Thank you for your help!
Just need to confirm.Mina-no-mono, yooku-kike.
Warekosowa, amaterasu oomikami naruzo.
In this situation she is talking to other deities.Hi.
"Equation" was not guaranteed.
Just to make sure, what is "Greeting"?
In Japan's culture, God(s) usually don't say "hello" or "Nice to meet you" or some other greetings at the top of his/her speech to human being.
In English culture, what does he/she say as "greeting"?
=Everyone (you all ), listen carefully.
This is equivalent for the word-which-comes-at-the- top-of-her-speech.
I don't think Gods say "hello" to us (human).
She graciously introduces herself to her liberators. Originally we included a greeting, but in light of the recent aforementioned knowledge we have opted to require only 'My name is.'>Mina-no-mono, yooku-kike. Warekosowa, Amaterasu Omikami naruzo.
This sounds nice. This is funny. I like this.
>naruzo caught my attention.
This comment is also interestiong.
Qimaster, what is the context?
(Because it is unusual that God/Goddess gives greetings in the mythes I know. Some context is required to be responded.)