Metroid Dread - The Loop
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Aniki (兄貴, lit. "older brother") is a Japanese honorable term mainly used to refer to someone one considers a superior, within the context of the Yakuza franchise, though it may also be used for a literal older brother.
- What are you getting at here?
It's all "aniki" this and "aniki" that.
- "It's 'cause you're my aniki. Duh."
- You're the captain of the Ryudo Family.
I'm nothing to you, especially not your aniki.
- "Eh, let's talk about this later."
- No. I can't have a yakuza talking to me like that.
What would my kids think?
- "C'mon, just let it slide! I respect your strength, that's all.
Don't you see? You're my aniki, Aniki!"
- Huh!? What the hell? Cap? This guy is -
- "Shut yer trap! Y'oughta be showin' some respect! This guy's my aniki now! And you fools'll call him aniki too!"