Jisho

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Particle, Conjunction
1. (at the end of a phrase) notes one (of several) reasons
Wikipedia definition
2. Shi (kana)し, in . The shapes of these kana have origins in the character 之. The katakana form has become increasingly popular as an emoticon in the Western world due to its resemblance to a smiling face. This character may be combined with a dakuten, forming じ in hiragana, ジ in katakana, and ji in Hepburn romanization; the pronunciation becomes /zi/ (in the middle of words).
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