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Etymology 1

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


? (romaji fu)

  1. The hiragana syllable ? (fu). Its equivalent in katakana is ? (fu). It is the twenty-eighth syllable in the goj?on order; its position is ???? (ha-gy? u-dan, "row ha, section u").
Derived terms
  • (fa), (fi), (fe), (fo)
  • ? (bu)
  • ? (pu)
See also

Etymology 2


? (r?maji fu)

  1. ?: fu (Chinese literary form developed during the times of the Han dynasty that combines prose and poetry)
  2. ?, ?: wheat bran; wheat gluten; foods made from wheat gluten, somewhat similar to bread
  3. ?: borough, urban prefecture, government office
  4. ?: negative, minus
  5. ?: pawn


? (r?maji fu-)

  1. ?: un-, non-, in-

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