Definitions

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  • noun In the Japanese language, the kana written after a kanji. For example, the -べる in 食べる.

Etymologies

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Japanese 送り仮名 (おくりがな) okurigana.

Examples

  • The hiragana syllabary consists of 46 symbols and is mainly used to write word endings, known as okurigana in Japanese.

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  • The hiragana syllabary consists of 46 symbols and is mainly used to write word endings, known as okurigana in Japanese.

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