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Saturday & Sunday Word: Okuri-Okami & Hira Hira

o·ku·ri-o·ka·mi (ˈəʊkəʊrɪ-ˈəʊkɑˈmi):
origin: Japanese perverts; okami = wolf

Males who pretend to be kind by offering to see you home, then transform into the exact sort of individual they were supposedly protecting you from. Literal translation: "See you home wolf"

hi·ra hi·ra (ˈhɪəræ ˈhɪəræ):
origin: Japan; onomonopia

The hibijibis; a feeling one gets doing things like walking into abandoned houses at midnight.

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