(kah-why-ee) ka wa i i
Kawaii is also an island of Hawaii that grows plentiful amounts of Guava's, which are a sweet and fleshy fruit that go bad very quickly.
Oh Em Gee, that bunny is so Kowai ^_^
Boy: No it's not!!!!
Girl: What do you mean it's adorable!
Boy: But you said that it was scared!
Girl: Did I?
Boy: Yeah, Kawaii (enunciates it) Kah-why-ee
Girl: Ok thanks! ^_^
I worked in a Guava Juice Factory on the island of Kawaii in Hawaii!
2) Not to be confused with "Kowai", which means "scary".
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?"
"Kawaii!!!!" (Upon seeing a picture of an underage japanese schoolgirl)
"Kawaii ne?" (A cosplayer showing off his/her costume to others, or vainly looking in the mirror)
SirGuy: "I have to hang with my kawaii bro, so I'll be seein you later!"