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EtymologyEdit

Simplified in the Heian period from the man'yōgana kanji (もう, ), meaning hair.

PronunciationEdit

SyllableEdit

(Hepburn romanization mo)

  1. The hiragana syllable ‎(mo), whose equivalent in katakana is ‎(mo). It is the thirty-fifth syllable of the gojūon order, and its position in gojūon tables is (MA-gyō, O-dan; “row MA, section O”).

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ParticleEdit

‎(romaji mo)

  1. too, also, so

Usage notesEdit

  • (mo) always replaces (wa), (o) and (ga), but may follow other particles.

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NounEdit

‎(romaji mo)

  1. : algae
  2. : mourning
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