Panda Girang (harehare) wrote in linguaphiles,
Panda Girang
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japanese translation help, please

it's from mushishi vol9.
what's the meaning of "naniseyo" and "umaikoto oyoguna"


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in the first pic, the girl fell into another world inside the well and she was just came home from thet world.

does "umaikoto oyoguna" mean "he swims wells" or "i wat to swim too"?

thanks!
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