Panneau travaux.png Artikel ieu keur dikeureuyeuh, ditarjamahkeun tina basa Inggris.
Bantosanna diantos kanggo narjamahkeun.

, in hiragana, or in katakana, is an obsolete Japanese kana, éach of which represent one mora. It is presumed that ゐ represented /ɰi/ and that ゐ and い indicated different pronunciations until somewhere between the Kamakura period and the Taishō period when they both came to denote /i/. This kana was deemed obsolete in 1946, and replaced with い and イ. It is now rare in everyday usage. In fact, in onomatopoeia and foreign words, the katakana form ウィ (U-[small-i]) is preferred.

Japanese Hiragana kyokashotai WI.png
Japanese Katakana WI.png
Transliteration: wi
Man'yōgana: ,
kana - gojūon
n wa ra ya ma ha na ta sa ka a
tsu wi ri mi hi ni chi shi ki i
ru yu mu fu nu tsu su ku u
we re me he ne te se ke e
wo ro yo mo ho no to so ko o

One modérn-day usage of this kana is the Japanese spelling of Nikka Whiskey, which is written "ニッカウヰスキー" (nikka uwisukī). Also, the name of the comedy duo Yoiko is written "よゐこ" (yowiko).


Runtuyan garis dina nulis ゐ
Runtuyan garis dina nulis ヰ

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