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Just a quick note to the above answer: while the double consonant mark (っ) is not used with "m" or "n" sounds, those sounds still exist. The ん character is simply used in its place. Example: こんにちは, (konnichiwa)


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I can't believe I missed it, but those are actually listed on Wikipedia. So according to Wikipedia っ cannot be used with: n m r w y Even if there are cases where っ appears in front of those consonants, those are likely irrelevant to my romaji to hiragana conversion.



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