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Hiragana へ

Japanese Hiragana HE

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Character
Transliteration he
Section H
Hiragana Man'yōgana
Stroke Number 1

, in hiragana, or in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, which represents one mora. The two ways of writing this mora are almost identical. Each is written in one stroke and represents [he]. In the Sakhalin dialect of the Ainu language, ヘ can be written as small ㇸ to represent a final h after an e sound (エㇸ ih).

Form variantsEdit

Forms Rōmaji Hiragana Example words (with kanji)
Normal h-
(は行 ha-gyō)
he
  • へび hebi 蛇 snake
  • へる heru 減る abate/decrease
  • へんか henka 変化 change/modification
  • へい hei 塀 wall
  • へいあん heian 平安 tranquility
hei
hee
へい, へぃ
へえ, へぇ
へー
Addition dakuten b-
(ば行 ba-gyō)
be
  • かべ kabe 壁 wall
  • べんきょう benkyō 勉強 studying
  • なんべい nanbei 南米 South America
bei
bee
べい, べぃ
べえ, べぇ
べー
Addition handakuten p-
(ぱ行 pa-gyō)
pe
  • いっぺん ippen 一辺 on a side
pei
pee
ぺい, ぺぃ
ぺえ, ぺぇ
ぺー

Pronunciation Edit

(Examples) Words with 'へ' Edit

'へ' at the beginning Edit

'へ' in the middle Edit

'へ' at the end Edit

Stroke order Edit

へ-bw

Stroke order in writing へ

Hiragana へ stroke order animation

Stroke order in writing へ

Trivia Edit

See also Edit

Hiragana

References Edit

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