History Main / Oneesama

5th Dec '16 7:16:03 AM anza_sb
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# A subset of the first type of relationship, signalling a lesbian relationship with the {{uke}} referring to the {{seme}} as "Onee-sama". I.e., the [[IncrediblyLamePun Onee-Seme]].

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# A subset of the first type of relationship, signalling a lesbian relationship with the {{uke}} referring to the {{seme}} as "Onee-sama". I."Onee-sama", i.e., the [[IncrediblyLamePun Onee-Seme]].


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* Type 3 in ''LightNovel/ReZero'': Rem always calls her older twin Ram as "nee-sama".
10th Oct '16 1:23:41 PM ChaoticNovelist
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Interestingly, in contrast that in Japan, the honorific OneeSama is mostly used by a girl to call another girl, in Korea, which differentiates the honorific not only by the gender of the one being called but also the gender of the caller, the counterpart of OneeSama in Korea only present if the caller is male. (Nunim if the one being addressed to the honorific is an older female, addressed by a younger male, and Hyungnim if the one being addressed to the honorific is an older male, addressed by a younger male). Also there's a slight twist to Type 3, in which said person is used to address said male's in laws instead of actual older sibling.

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Interestingly, in contrast that in Japan, the honorific OneeSama is mostly used by a girl to call another girl, girl; in Korea, which differentiates the honorific not only by the gender of the one being called but also the gender of the caller, the counterpart of OneeSama in Korea only present if the caller is male. (Nunim if the one being addressed to the honorific is an older female, addressed by a younger male, and Hyungnim if the one being addressed to the honorific is an older male, addressed by a younger male). Also there's a slight twist to Type 3, in which said person is used to address said male's in laws instead of actual older sibling.



* Chizuru Naba in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' plays the affectionate (with a little {{Trickster}} thrown in) type, particularly with her classmate Natsumi (in a subversion, Natsumi is actually the ''older'' one, if only by a few months), and combines this with CoolBigSis when she all but adopts Negi's [[HalfHumanHybrid Half-demon]] rival Kotaro. Another example would be Mei's relationship with her upper-classman Takane.

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* Chizuru Naba in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' plays the affectionate (with a little {{Trickster}} thrown in) type, particularly with her classmate Natsumi (in a subversion, twist, Natsumi is actually the ''older'' one, if only by a few months), and combines this with CoolBigSis when she all but adopts Negi's [[HalfHumanHybrid Half-demon]] rival Kotaro. Another example would be Mei's relationship with her upper-classman Takane.



* Nadeshiko from ''Manga/ShugoChara'' acts like Amu's older sister figure, despite being the same age. Interestingly subverted that [[spoiler: she's a WholesomeCrossdresser and is actually male that goes by the real name Nagihiko.]]

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* Nadeshiko from ''Manga/ShugoChara'' acts like Amu's older sister figure, despite being the same age. Interestingly subverted that [[spoiler: she's She's a WholesomeCrossdresser and is actually male that goes by the real name Nagihiko.]]



** Louise calls her oldest sister, Eleanor, this. Usually while she's absolutely terrified - Eleanor has a little bit of a temper. In this instance it's both a signal that Eleanor demands more formal behavior from Louise, and that Louise fears and is submissive to her. She also calls her other older sister, Cattleya, this, though this time it's out of affection.

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** Louise calls her oldest sister, Eleanor, this. Usually while she's absolutely terrified - Eleanor has a little bit of a temper.temper worse than Louise's own. In this instance it's both a signal that Eleanor demands more formal behavior from Louise, and that Louise fears and is submissive to her. She also calls her other older sister, Cattleya, this, though this time it's out of affection.



* Euphemia uses this on Cornelia in ''Anime/CodeGeass'', although she is often required to address her by her title while in front of others. And Nunnally to Lelouch. Even when [[spoiler: he gave her all the reasons to hate him.]]

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* Euphemia uses this on Cornelia in ''Anime/CodeGeass'', although she is often required to address her by her title while in front of others. And Nunnally to Lelouch. Even when [[spoiler: he gave her all the reasons to hate him.]]
22nd Jul '16 5:08:56 PM Austin
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* Reina in ''Myriad Colours Phantom World'' uses the third type to refer to Mai, which fits Reina's upperclass persona.

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* Reina in ''Myriad Colours Phantom World'' ''LightNovel/MyriadColorsPhantomWorld'' uses the third type to refer to Mai, which fits Reina's upperclass persona.
16th Jul '16 4:20:40 PM nombretomado
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* Cloche for Sasha in ''ArTonelico2''. She's an elegant, reserved and affectionate big sister figure. Sasha's adoration can be seen in every one of their conversations.

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* Cloche for Sasha in ''ArTonelico2''.''VideoGame/ArTonelicoIIMelodyOfMetafalica''. She's an elegant, reserved and affectionate big sister figure. Sasha's adoration can be seen in every one of their conversations.
30th Jun '16 12:33:03 PM Qamikace
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* Being a walking [[YuriGenre yuri]] cliché, Dallas Wyatt from ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'' considers Alicia her onee-sama, even though she doesn't really fit the part. If she's knocked out and the system voices are set to japanese, she even lets out a weak "Onee-sama..." before falling.

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* Being a walking [[YuriGenre yuri]] cliché, Dallas Wyatt from ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'' considers will call some of her female teammates by this moniker in some interactions (usually when calling the medic for them) if the voices are set to japanese. Alicia seems to hold a special place in her onee-sama, heart ([[GameplayAndStoryIntegration as indicated by her status buff while near her]]), and consistently refers to her as onee-sama even though she doesn't really fit the part. If she's Dallas is knocked out and the system voices are set to japanese, out, she even lets out a weak "Onee-sama..." before falling.unless the english voices are on, in which case she only calls for Alicia after [[RagdollPhysics comically ragdolling]].
16th Jun '16 4:05:54 PM nombretomado
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* One of the few bishoujo shows that still use this phrase straight is ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' (although the manga is almost two decades old); Skuld usually refers to her idolized sister Belldandy as just Onee-sama. She always [[{{Honorifics}} just calls]] Urd by her name. Belldandy herself, however, frequently refers to Urd as Neesan, and in a flashback with them as children, is shown calling her Oneesama. The formality fits with being goddesses. Likewise, ''TenchiMuyo''. Sasami addresses Aeka as "Oneesama," much like Aeka addresses Yosho as "Oniisama." This fits with their royal and formal nature.

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* One of the few bishoujo shows that still use this phrase straight is ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' (although the manga is almost two decades old); Skuld usually refers to her idolized sister Belldandy as just Onee-sama. She always [[{{Honorifics}} just calls]] Urd by her name. Belldandy herself, however, frequently refers to Urd as Neesan, and in a flashback with them as children, is shown calling her Oneesama. The formality fits with being goddesses. Likewise, ''TenchiMuyo''.''Anime/TenchiMuyo''. Sasami addresses Aeka as "Oneesama," much like Aeka addresses Yosho as "Oniisama." This fits with their royal and formal nature.
28th May '16 4:57:07 PM Qamikace
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* Yurika, from ''Yurika's Campus Life'', is usually called this way by other women in her university. This implies that either the student's lack of contact with males or Yurika's [[ThePornomancer inexplicable sway over girls]] has somehow created an atmosphere of almost-pure [[YuriGenre yuri]]in the campus, akin to a lewder version of ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru''.

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* Yurika, from ''Yurika's Campus Life'', is usually called this way by other women in her university. This implies that either the student's lack of contact with males or Yurika's [[ThePornomancer inexplicable sway over girls]] has somehow created an atmosphere of almost-pure [[YuriGenre yuri]]in yuri]] in the campus, akin to a lewder version of ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru''.
28th May '16 4:56:42 PM Qamikace
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* Yurika, from ''Yurika's Campus Life'', is usually called this way by other women in her university. This implies that either the student's lack of contact with males or Yurika's [[ThePornomancer inexplicable sway over girls]] has somehow created an atmosphere of almost-pure [[YuriGenre yuri]]in the campus, akin to a lewder version of ''LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru''.
28th May '16 4:39:27 PM Qamikace
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* Being a walking [[YuriGenre yuri]] cliché, Dallas Wyatt from ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'' considers Alicia her onee-sama, even though she doesn't really fit the part. If she's knocked out and the system voices are set to japanese, she even lets out a weak "Onee-sama..." before falling.
17th May '16 10:09:26 PM techhead7890
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* Reina in ''Myriad Colours Phantom World'' uses the third type to refer to Mai, which fits Reina's upperclass persona.
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