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In the case of children, be used carefully and as rarely as possible, as it can seem either distancing and cold or obtrusive to use them instead of one's first name.

In general, it is better to address a person either using their title or using their name with the appropriate honorific. Nowadays it's mostly used in a "you bastard" meaning in anime and other forms of entertainment; however, in older feudal times it had no offensive overtones and was used to address subordinates and people below one's rank in an informal manner.

This can be used as both a singular and plural pronoun: "Me-tachi ga You wo mamoru", or "We'll protect you", for example. As such, it's traditionally considered rude to use it with strangers and people above one's own social standing, but nowadays younger men use it even with strangers in all but formal situations (using in formal situation may lead to Asian Rudeness).

Used by a vast majority of male leads in anime, especially in shounen, and also occasionally by extremely tough and aggressive women, mainly in fiction.

お前 Used mostly by men with their close friends, children, kohai, etc.

Denotes self-assertiveness and informality, so it's insulting to use it with strangers or in less informal situations (usage is commonly related to ).

Don't confuse it with 儂 In popular media it's reserved for elderly men only (except for some Jidai Geki dramas and suchlike), but in real life it used to be popular with men of all ages, especially in the mid-western regions of Japan.

By now its usage has faded among the younger generations, due to the effects of the aforementioned popular media.

To capture a little of the flavor, English translations sometimes use "this (category of person)" — this little girl, this humble peasant, this Badass. The "wrong" pronoun can be a moment for comedy (see Different for Girls); the specific choice can say a lot about the character speaking.

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