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Hiragana の

Japanese Hiragana NO

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Character
Transliteration no
Section N
Hiragana Man'yōgana
Stroke Number 1


Form variantsEdit

Pronunciation Edit

(Examples) Words with 'の' Edit

'の' at the beginning Edit

'の' in the middle Edit

'の' at the end Edit

Stroke order Edit

の-bw

Stroke order in writing の

Hiragana の stroke order animation

Stroke order in writing の

History Edit

Main article: Hiragana
Nohistory

Like every other hiragana, the hiragana の developed from man'yōgana, kanji used for phonetic purposes, written in the highly cursive, flowing grass script style. In the picture on the right, the top shows the kanji 乃 written in the kaisho style, and the centre image is the same kanji written in the sōsho style. The bottom part is the kana for "no", a further abbreviation.

Nokatakana

The highlighted segment of the man'yōgana in the picture on the right is the segment that was used to create the katakana ノ.

Usage Edit

See also Edit

Hiragana

References Edit

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