Learn Hiragana mu む
む is pronounced like the “mo” in “movie”.
The Hiragana む is made with 3 strokes.
む is a prefix meaning nothing or un/non. It’s kanji is 無. むげん meaning infinite.
む is also one reading of the kanji 六, meanking 6. It’s stand alone reading is “roku”. It changes to む in some words.
The katakana counterpart to む is ム.
Mnemonics to remember Hiragana mu む
How to write Hiragana mu む
Start with the horizontal line. Then the long stroke with the loop in its middle, from top to bottom.
Remember to curve up at the tail end of it. Finish with the small dash on the upper right of the character.
Word samples using Hiragana mu む
|むりょう||Muryō||Free of charge|
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