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se
transliterationse
translit. with dakutenze
hiragana origin?
katakana origin?
spelling kana?
(Sekai no "se")

?, in hiragana, or ? in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, each of which represents one mora. Both represent the sound [se], and when written with dakuten represent the sound [ze]. In the Ainu language, the katakana ? is sometimes written with a handakuten (which can be entered into a computer as either one character () or two combined ones () to represent the [t?se] sound, and is interchangeable with (tse).

Form R?maji Hiragana Katakana
Normal s-
( sa-gy?)
se ? ?
sei
see
s?




Addition dakuten z-
( za-gy?)
ze ? ?
zei
zee
z?




Stroke order

Stroke order in writing ?
Stroke order in writing ?
Stroke order in writing ?
Stroke order in writing ?
Stroke order in writing ?
Stroke order in writing ?

Other representations

Character
Unicode name HIRAGANA LETTER SE KATAKANA LETTER SE HALFWIDTH KATAKANA LETTER SE HIRAGANA LETTER ZE KATAKANA LETTER ZE
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 12379 U+305B 12475 U+30BB 65406 U+FF7E 12380 U+305C 12476 U+30BC
UTF-8 227 129 155 E3 81 9B 227 130 187 E3 82 BB 239 189 190 EF BD BE 227 129 156 E3 81 9C 227 130 188 E3 82 BC
Numeric character reference せ せ セ セ セ セ ぜ ぜ ゼ ゼ
Shift JIS 130 185 82 B9 131 90 83 5A 190 BE 130 186 82 BA 131 91 83 5B
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