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mi
transliterationmi
hiragana origin?
katakana origin?
spelling kana? Mikasa no "mi"

?, in hiragana, or ? in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, each of which represents one mora. The hiragana is written in two strokes, while the katakana is made in three. Both represent [mi].

Form R?maji Hiragana Katakana
Normal m-
( ma-gy?)
Mi ? ?
M? ,
, ?~
,
, ?~
Addition y?on my-
( mya-gy?)
Mya
My?
, ~

, ~
Myu
My?
, ~

, ~
Myo
My?

, ~


, ~
Other additional forms
Form (my-)
R?maji Hiragana Katakana
Mye

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 MI KATAKANA LETTER MI HALFWIDTH KATAKANA LETTER MI
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 12415 U+307F 12511 U+30DF 65424 U+FF90
UTF-8 227 129 191 E3 81 BF 227 131 159 E3 83 9F 239 190 144 EF BE 90
Numeric character reference み み ミ ミ ミ ミ
Shift JIS 130 221 82 DD 131 126 83 7E 208 D0
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Japanese Semaphore Basic Stroke 6.svg Japanese Semaphore Basic Stroke 1.svg



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