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Japanese

Stroke order
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Etymology

Simplified in the Heian period from the man'yōgana kanji .

Katakana character

(romaji se)

  1. The [se] phoneme, typically in words of non-Japanese origin.
  2. The fourteenth character in the gojūon ordering of katakana. The previous character is and the next character is . The equivalent hiragana character is .

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