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Hrm. Wtf does らしく mean? Ever since I flagged it in one place as something I couldn't find the meaning of, I'm finding it bloody everywhere. But so far I've only seen it used after pronouns, like 俺らしく and お前らしく and あなたらしく. I've got to figure out what that is.
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erisedraine From: erisedraine Date: Sunday 10th September 2006 14.14 (UTC) (Link)
Could maybe らしく be a conjugation of らしい which Jim Breen says means "seems like"?

From the examples he gives it seems like らしい can be attached to nouns and verbs...

I've never seen it before though, so I'm only guessing here.
valamelmeo From: valamelmeo Date: Sunday 10th September 2006 15.49 (UTC) (Link)
Well, that does seem to make sense.... I'll have to find some more examples to be sure. At least, ones where what the rest of the sentence means is relatively clear. ^^;;
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