Friday, August 9, 2013

from: James S.
date: Tue, Aug 6, 2013 at 6:52 AM
subject: Does this mean hakaifuka?

I was told that hakaifuka means unbreakable. Do these symbols mean that?

Thank you!
James S.

The characters are correct, however grammatically is reversed and contextually different than English's concept of "unbreakable".

It is read as "damage / can not".

1 comment:

  1. Actually this is supposed to be Japanese.
    不可(ふか,fuka)"wrong; bad; improper; unjustifiable; inadvisable" but also "failing grad" ;) 不可能(ふかのう,fukanou) would mean "impossible" and with that, the whole would make sense.
    If you want to go to literally "unbreakable" you can use katakana アンブレイカブル (anbureikaburu).
    不滅(ふめつ,fumetsu) would be "immortal" or "indestructable"