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Noun (futsuumeishi)
Linguistics terminology
exclamation point, exclamation markAusrufezeichen, Rufezeichen

ON: カン
emotion, feeling, sensation

ON: タンKUN: なげ.く, なげ.かわしい
sigh, lament, moan, grieve, sigh of admiration

token, sign, mark, tally, charm

ON: カン
emotion, feeling, sensation

ON: タンKUN: なげ.く, なげ.き
grief, lamentation

token, sign, mark, tally, charm

Example sentences
文を書くときには、ふつう大文字で始め、ピリオド(.)、または感嘆符(!)、疑問符(?)、で終わる。Parts: (ぶん), 書く (かく), (とき), には, 普通 (ふつう), 大文字 (おおもじ), 初め (はじめ), ピリオド, 又は (または), 感嘆符 (かんたんふ), 疑問符 (ぎもんふ), 終わる (おわる)When writing a sentence, generally you start with a capital letter and finish with a period (.), an exclamation mark (!), or a question mark (?).
Wenn man einen Satz schreibt, beginnt man ihn normalerweise mit einem Großbuchstaben und endet ihn mit einem Punkt (.), Ausrufezeichen (!) oder einem Fragezeichen (?).

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