Starting to get a little warmer, but not sure we’re out of the woods yet. The plum blossoms are just starting to bloom!
This time we have ‘tsu’:
～っぽ (~ppo): to describe a certain characteristic of a person. Ex: Mitoppo = Mitoite (Mitojin), Akireppo = easily bored person (akippoi hito), okorippo = easily angered person (okorippoi hito), etc
つーげづら (tsu-gezura): a cold-looking face, looking unwell (kao-iro warui)
ついんぼ (tsuibo): cane (tsue)
～つける (~tsukeru): expression used when collaborating with or helping someone. Ex: 持ってつける (motte tsukeru) -> motsu no wo tetsudau (help carry/hold something), 行ってつける (itte tsukeru) -> tsukiau (go with someone somewhere)
つこでる (tsukoderu): fall, trip, roll down (ochiru, korobu, korogaru)
つとめ (tsutome): a worker, a salaryman, an employee (kaishain)