There is a curious confusion of Nipponese thought on this subject; at least among the mass of laity.
They are pretty, nevertheless, these little Nipponese, in their smiles and childishness.
I years study and pore, but honorable English extraordinary difference from Nipponese—no can do.
Of all my Nipponese family, Bambou is the one I love the most.
They are so laughing, and so merry, all these little Nipponese dolls!
We can see what is going on in the navy yards of the Nipponese Empire.
But the shades of the old Nipponese speak to me through the messages of the poets.
In dealing with each other the Nipponese are very exact and exacting.
Middle age with the Nipponese usually means the seasoned and steady toper.
All Nipponese travel light, and tea money is to be judged by outward appearance.
"Japanese," 1859, from Nippon, Japanese word for "Japan," from ni(chi) "the sun" + pon, hon "source," which is said to be from Chinese for "rising sun-place." Derisive slang shortening Nip attested from 1942.