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Was “乎” the manyogana spelling of the accusative/object particle “を”?
In the English Wiktionary entry for "を" there is a quote or example sentence using the character "乎" with no explanation seemingly where the particle "を" would normally occur. Now I couldn't find ...
Oct 19 '12 at 5:16
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