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Strangely enough, there is no official term covers all of those compound kana. If we focus on traditional repertoire only (those followed by ゃ, ゅ, ょ, ゎ), you can call them 拗音【ようおん】仮名 since they only appear in 拗音 (altered i.e. palatalized or labialized) syllables. However, we also employ compound kana heavily in modern loanwords such as ファ, ツェ, トゥ etc. This ...



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