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を (romaji wo)
- (obsolete) The /wo/ syllable.
- The /o/ syllable.
- The forty-seventh character in the gojūon ordering of hiragana. The previous character is ゑ and the next character is ん. The equivalent katakana character is ヲ.
- For a list of words starting with を (wo) see: Special:Allpages/を
を (romaji o)
- (particle) a grammatical marker following the direct object. When used in this sense it is almost always pronounced “o” instead of “wo”.
- Hebrew: את
- Korean: 을 (eul) (follows consonants), 를 (reul) (follows vowels)
- Spanish: a (only used when the object is a person)
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