1. unh (sound of physical exertion); oofArchaism
2. wow; whoa
3. yes; yeah; uh-huhSee also うん
Auxiliary verb
4. probablyafter a -nai stem
5. will; intend to
6. would like to have done (for me)
Wikipedia definition
7. Mu (kana)む, in hiragana, or ム in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana, which each represent one mora. Both hiragana and katakana are made with three strokes, they represent [mu͍ mu͍]. The kanji 無, read "mu", represents "none", nothingness, or the state of oblivion upon death, if written alone. In the Ainu language, ム can be written as small ㇺ, which represents a final m sound.
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