Kawaii - Adjective, Japanese in origin
Kawaii is Japanese for "cute". Many japanese culture/entertainment fans have taken the word and added it to their lingo to be used in english conversation.
It can be used in several sentence patterns, including a question such as "Kawaii ne?" meaning "Cute, isn't it?"
"My Domo-kun plushie is so kawaii!!"
"Kawaii!!!!" (Upon seeing a picture of an underage japanese schoolgirl)
"Kawaii ne?" (A cosplay
er showing off his/her costume to others, or vainly looking in the mirror)
Expression used usually by terribly obesed girls with a contorted frame of mind that's prone to cute things/anything to do with Japan to make up for their lack of aesthetic beauty.
Japanese Girl:"shuuu kawaii! eheh?"
American Girl:"Aww how cute. heh."
A really cute girl who is Asian even if not Japanese but can pull off being a cute Japanese girl any day of her life. Basically someone so darn cute that you need to have another word to describe it.
Ocampo and/or Himeka Hamasaki is, as shown above, the definition of Kawaii
The Japanese word for "cute".
"Stacey, your dress is so kawaii!"
A girl name; Huong. A major vietnamese cutie, awesome personality. An admirer of Hello Kitty.
Hey dude, look at that girl, wow she's so kawaii.
Yeah dude, she is cute.
Sounds like hawaii...means cute,pretty or dear in Japan.
kawaii can mean beach/surf/ect in hawaiian because of the ka part.
japan:Awww! That kitten is so kawaii
hawaii:Lets go catch some kawaii!
A word that is commonly mistaken to literally mean 'cute'. Sorry to say this, but it ACTUALLY literally means 'good face'.
Use it in conversation and the other person will likely feel like clawing their face off.
(Also it's actually pronounced 'Kawa-ee', not 'kawa-I')
PersonA: OMG THAT DRESS IS SOOO KAWAII!!
PersonB: ...It has a good face? WHAT.
PersonA: NO IT MEANS CUTE GET IT??
PersonB: *stares and leaves*