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mu
transliterationmu
hiragana origin?
katakana origin?
spelling kana? Musen no "mu"

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

In older Japanese texts until the spelling reforms of 1900, ? was also used to transcribe the nasalised [?]. Since the reforms, it is replaced in such positions with ?.

In the Ainu language, ? can be written as small ?, which represents a final m sound.[1] This, along with other extended katakana, was developed by Japanese linguists to represent Ainu sounds that do not exist in standard Japanese katakana.

Form R?maji Hiragana Katakana
Normal m-
( ma-gy?)
mu ? ?
muu
m?
,
,
Other additional forms
Form (mw-)
R?maji Hiragana Katakana
mwa
mwi
(mwu) () ()
mwe
mwo

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 MU KATAKANA LETTER MU HALFWIDTH KATAKANA LETTER MU KATAKANA LETTER SMALL MU
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 12416 U+3080 12512 U+30E0 65425 U+FF91 12794 U+31FA
UTF-8 227 130 128 E3 82 80 227 131 160 E3 83 A0 239 190 145 EF BE 91 227 135 186 E3 87 BA
Numeric character reference む む ム ム ム ム ㇺ ㇺ
Shift JIS 130 222 82 DE 131 128 83 80 209 D1
  • Braille

Japanese Semaphore Basic Stroke 7.svg Japanese Semaphore Basic Stroke 5.svg

See also

  • ? (Radical 28)

References


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