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Category:Japanese hiragana

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The hiragana (平仮名, ひらがな) form of a Japanese word is a phonetic representation of that word. The Wiktionary represents Japanese-language segments in three ways: in normal form (with kanji, if appropriate), in hiragana form (this differs from kanji form only when the segment contains kanji), and in romaji form. For more information, see Dictionary:Japanese language.

See also Category:Japanese katakana

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