Learn Hiragana ma ま
ま is pronounced like the “ma” in “homage”.
The Hiragana ま is made with 3 strokes.
It’s like the right part of は with an extra horizontal line.
ま can be used like the English “well” or, when repeated, to tell someone to calm down. The katakana counterpart to ま is マ.
Mnemonics to remember Hiragana ma ま
How to write Hiragana ma ま
Start with the top horizontal line followed by the smaller middle one slightly below it.
Intersect these lines with the vertical stroke, and finish it with a full loop to the left with a tail at it’s base.
Word samples using Hiragana ma ま
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