Learn Hiragana nu ぬ
ぬ is pronounced like the word “new”.
The Hiragana ぬ is made with 2 strokes.
Not to be confused with め eg. “me”.
Its use with a questioning intonation “ぬ?” is similar to the English “Hm?” in both sound and meaning.
The katakana counterpart to ぬ is ヌ.
Mnemonics to remember Hiragana nu ぬ
How to write Hiragana nu ぬ
Start with the small rightward curved vertical line. Follow with a mirrored leftward curved line that loops around, intersecting with itself once and the first stroke twice.
This stroke ends with a small full loop at the bottom right of the character.
Word samples using Hiragana nu ぬ
|ぬぐ||Nugu||Take off (clothes)|
|ぬれる||Nureru||To get wet|
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