Waifu is originally a Japanese borrowing and rendering of the English word wife.
The dictionary meaning for the term “waifu” is a fictional female character in the anime/animated/video game franchise for whom one feels affection and even sexual attraction.
The term waifu is used by men, while women use the term husbando, which means husband in English.
The male equivalent of waifu is husband.
1. a fictional character (particularly from an anime cartoon) who sees a person as a romantic partner. 2. jokingly. a wife.
Uwu is an emoticon depicting a cute face. It is used to express various warm, happy, or loving feelings. A closely related emoticon is owo, which can more accurately express surprise and excitement. There are many variations of uwu and owo, including u.a. and OwO, UwU and OwU.
A Weeb is a derisive term for a non-Japanese person who is so obsessed with Japanese culture that they wish they were actually Japanese.
What does “No Waifu No Laifu” mean? “No Waifu No Laifu” roughly means that without an animated character, strong, often romantic feelings for your life are incomplete.
The meaning of waifu in otaku culture
Waifu refers to a fictional character that an anime fan considers a wife or husband. There’s a word for male characters that female anime fans love: husband. It’s strange that the online otaku culture has adopted this word instead of the Japanese word hazu to refer to this relationship.