A syllabic writing system is a writing system in which characters represent syllables and are combined to indicate morphemes. Most commonly, syllabic writing systems only allow vowel (V) or consonant-vowel (CV) syllable structure. The Japanese kana (both hiragana and katakana) and Devanagari are examples of syllabic writing systems.
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