hentaigana

A kana character that is neither hiragana nor katakana.

Modern hiragana is a descendant of various earlier versions now usually called hentaigana.

See Also: hiragana, katakana, manyōgana

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  • Hentaigana — (jap. 変体仮名) sind historische, nur noch selten gebrauchte japanische Silbenschriftzeichen (Kana) . Wie die Hiragana wurden sie aus den Grasschriftformen der Manyōgana entwickelt, also aus chinesischen Schriftzeichen, die phonetisch verwendet… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hentaigana — Article principal : Écritures du japonais kanji (漢字) : tōyō kanji ( …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Hentaigana — Nihongo|Hentaigana|変体仮名| are alternative kana letterforms equivalent to standard kana characters. This is a legacy of man yōgana, where many different kanji could be used to represent the same syllable. As the man yōgana forms became simplified… …   Wikipedia

  • Hentaigana — Los hentaigana (変体仮名, hentaigana?) son formas alternativas de escribir los caracteres kana. Históricamente, son los manyogana, que permiten representar una misma sílaba mediante distintos caracteres kanji que se fueron simplificando y dieron… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Hentaigana — Los hentaigana (変体仮名) son formas alternativas de escribir los caracteres kana. Históricamente, son los manyōgana, que permiten representar una misma sílaba mediante distintos caracteres kanji que se fueron simplificando y dieron lugar a formas… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Man'yōgana — 万葉仮名 Type Syllabary Languages Japanese and Okinawan Time period ca 650 CE to ? …   Wikipedia

  • Hiragana — Schrifttyp Silbenschrift Sprachen Japanisch Entstehung seit ca. 800 n. Chr. Offiziell in Japan Abstammung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Historical kana orthography — The historical kana orthography (歴史的仮名遣, rekishiteki kanazukai?), or old orthography (旧仮名遣, kyūkanazukai …   Wikipedia

  • Japanese writing system — Infobox Writing system name=Japanese languages=Japanese language type = Alternative typedesc = utilizes both Logographic (Kanji) and Syllabic (Hiragana, Katakana) characters time = 4th century AD to present fam1=Chinese fam2=Oracle Bone Script… …   Wikipedia

  • N (kana) — ン redirects here. It is not to be confused with So (kana) ( ソ ). Hiragana Katakana Transliteration …   Wikipedia

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