ma mi mu me mo (マミムメモ)
Imagine a martini glass without a stem. This character sounds like the “ma” in “martini”.
This character has three lines. Think of someone asking “who is 3 years old?”, and a child saying “me!”. The character is spelled “mi” and sounds like “me”.
Imagine that you’re looking straight into a cow’s open mouth saying “moo”. This character is spelled “mu” and sounds like “moo”.
Imagine that this is a syringe full of medicine. The character is spelled “me” like the first two letters of “medicine”.
This looks like a fishing hook with no bait on it, so it needs more bait. It sounds like the “mo” in “more”.
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