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ROMAJI - nu
SOUND - [as in NEw]
kind of looks like a but with
a tail and no hat
looks more like a mashed up inverted A and sideways number 9
Writing this is always a chore. haha
meshed up inverted A and sideways number 9
It's like a whole new me :]
I'm just going to put this one down as "NEw and crazy" in my book since this is the hiragana with the most curves thus far in the series of lessons. Perhaps it could be compared to a "NEw and crazy roller coaster ride??
Illuminating the world one unknown at a time
たぬきis not a raccoon, but a different species all together. >.<
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanuki - "Tanuki is often somewhat mistakenly translated as raccoon or badger into English, animals which are similar to tanuki in appearance, but are actually different species."
Shouldn't we try and prevent that misunderstanding now, and not have raccoon/badger but raccoon-dog?
Fixed. ;) Thanks.
ぬ looks like chinese character 好(means good)
A dog curled up to sleep if you're looking from above! That or a weird rabbit nibbling the grass.
I sometimes like to look up the words in the dictionary in JWPce [Japanese Word Processor for windows], to see what other variations come up. For dog - いぬ - inu, I found いぬかき - inukaki dog paddle [swimming], don't know why, but I like it :)
Is it right?
I think this page has my favourite words so far *lol*
輝 。 Bright (ki) 。 クレア 。
It looks like a V2 which is the abbreviated form of Version 2 which is the NEwest version of something.
It looks like tangled up NOOdles.
It looks just like NOOdles!
These ひらがな(Hiragana) pages are really helping, thanks!
Me bored, me play, me kill!
Great! I am always glad to hear that. :)
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