Psymon Betsumei wrote:
> I have seen u~mu used in Japanese. Only once, though, in a song (Lambada
> Ranma, the fourth closing for Ranma 1/2).
That was actually more of a /m:::/, tho. Writing uumu is about as close
as you can get to that in Japanese orthography. I suppose theoretically
would could write nnnmu, but they don't for whatever reason.
Anyhoo, I love that series. :-) And on a oblang note, the song's title
is actually Ramba Lambada, the Ramba using a punnish reading of the name
Ranma (the second kanji, which is read _ma_ in that name, can also be
read _ba_) :-)
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