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Japanese

Etymology

Derived from by addition of dakuten.

Hiragana character

(romaji ga)

  1. The /ga/ syllable.
  2. The voiced form of . This is the first voiced hiragana character; the next is . The equivalent katakana character is .

Related terms

Particle

(romaji ga)

  1. が: Indicates the subject of a sentence.
  2. が: conjunction ("but")
    • は好きだ、猫は嫌いだ。
      いぬはすきだ、ねこはきらいだ。
      Inu wa suki da ga, neko wa kirai da.
      I like dogs but I hate cats.
  3. が or ヶ: Historical possessive used to connect nouns, most often seen in place names as ヶ.

Translations

See also

Noun

(romaji ga)

  1. : moth

See also

Kanji reading

(romaji ga)

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