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Reading 男 or 女 as ひと
Why is it that in Japanese sentence one sees 男 or 女 with furigana that says ひと? Furigana is supposed to help clarify the meaning of a kanji character, but using ひと doesn't seem to help clarify ...
Jun 23 '11 at 15:43
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