hiragana definition

  • noun:
    • The cursive and flowing number of kana utilized in most contemporary Japanese texts, specially to express inflectional endings and particles.
    • The main syllabary for the Japanese language, regularly represent indigenous Japanese terms, including particles, as soon as kanji is used, to express verb and adjective endings.
    • A letter thereof
    • The cursive form of Japanese writing, thought to have-been introduced by a Buddhist priest called Kuhai about the center of this ninth century.

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