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nu
transliterationnu
hiragana origin?
katakana origin?
spelling kana? (Numazu no nu)

Nu, ? in hiragana, or ? in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana each representing one mora. Both hiragana and katakana are made in two strokes and represent [nu?]. They are both derived from the Chinese character ?. In the Ainu language, katakana ? can be written as small ? to represent a final n, and is interchangeable with the standard katakana ?.

Form R?maji Hiragana Katakana
Normal n-
( na-gy?)
nu ? ?
nuu
n?
,
,
Other additional forms
Form (nw-)
R?maji Hiragana Katakana
nwa
nwi
(nwu) () ()
nwe
nwo

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 NU KATAKANA LETTER NU HALFWIDTH KATAKANA LETTER NU KATAKANA LETTER SMALL NU
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 12396 U+306C 12492 U+30CC 65415 U+FF87 12788 U+31F4
UTF-8 227 129 172 E3 81 AC 227 131 140 E3 83 8C 239 190 135 EF BE 87 227 135 180 E3 87 B4
Numeric character reference ぬ ぬ ヌ ヌ ヌ ヌ ㇴ ㇴ
Shift JIS 130 202 82 CA 131 107 83 6B 199 C7
  • Braille

Japanese Semaphore Basic Stroke 9.svg Japanese Semaphore Basic Stroke 4.svg

In popular culture

In the manga "Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo" ? is Jelly Jiggler's favorite character.

See also

? : me (kana)



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