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Japanese

Stroke order
3 strokes

Pronunciation

Etymology 1

Derived in the Heian period from writing the man'y?gana kanji ? in the cursive s?sho style.

Syllable

? (romaji se)

  1. The hiragana syllable ? (se). Its equivalent in katakana is ? (se). It is the fourteenth syllable in the goj?on order; its position is ???? (sa-gy? e-dan, "row sa, section e").
Derived terms
  • ? (ze)
See also

Etymology 2

Alternative spellings ?
?

Alternative forms

  • (one's height): (sei)

Pronunciation

  • (one's back; the rear of something):

Noun

? (r?maji se)

  1. one's back (part of the human body)
  2. one's height
    ? (?)? ()? (?)?? ()
    Tanaka-san wa se ga takai.
    Tanaka is tall.
  3. the rear of something, the area behind

Synonyms

Etymology 3

Alternative spelling ?

Pronunciation

Noun

? (r?maji se)

  1. rapids, current

Etymology 4

Kansai variant of .

Adverb

? (r?maji se)

  1. (Kansai) thus
    ?
    Se ya na.
    That is so. ("You're right", etc.)

Etymology 5

Alternative spelling ?

Pronunciation

Noun

? (r?maji se)

  1. se (Japanese unit of area)
Usage notes

Different from the Chinese ? (ho, "mu").

References

  1. ? 1.01.11.21.31.41.5 2006, (Daijirin), Third Edition (in Japanese), T?ky?: Sanseid?, ->ISBN

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