[kah-nuh; Japanese kah-nah] /ˈkɑ nə; Japanese ˈkɑ nɑ/
a Japanese syllabic script consisting of 71 symbols and having two written varieties.
the Japanese syllabary, which consists of two written varieties See hiragana, katakana
The two Japanese syllabaries, hiragana and katakana.
/kɑːnɑːiː/ noun (pl) kanae 1. (NZ) another name for grey mullet
[kah-kee] /ˈkɑ ki/ noun, plural kakis. 1. the Japanese persimmon tree. 2. the fruit of this tree. /ˈkɑːkɪ/ noun (pl) kakis 1. another name for Japanese persimmon
[kuh-nak-uh, -nah-kuh, kan-uh-kuh] /kəˈnæk ə, -ˈnɑ kə, ˈkæn ə kə/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. a native Hawaiian. 2. a South Sea islander. /kəˈnækə; ˈkænəkə/ noun 1. (esp in Hawaii) a native Hawaiian 2. (often not capital) (Austral) any native of the South Pacific islands, esp (formerly) one abducted to work in Australia n. […]
[kah-nuh-mah-juh-ree; Japanese kah-nah-mah-jee-ree] /ˈkɑ nəˈmɑ dʒə ri; Japanese ˈkɑ nɑˈmɑ dʒiˈri/ noun 1. the standard script of modern Japanese, in which kanji are used for root elements, supplemented by kana for inflections and particles and sometimes for indication of the Japanese pronunciation of kanji.