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These characters show the spelling of the word according to the old spelling rules (歴史的仮名遣い). In this specific case, it means that the word was originally spelled as イチヰン/いちゐん in kana. I do not know about hiragana and katakana use in 明鏡国語辞典, but in 大辞泉 katakana is used in this place when showing the old spelling of 漢語 (words derived from Chinese) and ...


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There are conjugation forms, and one of them is the five-stage conjugation. There are pentadic conjugations, which are conjugated with each step of the syllabic chart "a-i-u-e-o" at the end of a word. (The most common verb conjugation is the five-step conjugation. The five conjugations are the changes of the five conjugations: preemptive, ...


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