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/* This file "stolen" for kdrill, from Jim Breen's
   "xjdic": "romkana.cnv"
  It isn't used yet, thou.
  This is the best course, since it ensures compatibility with
  Jim Breen's dictionaries, which are the ones we use!

  NOTE, however, that this is not the complete dictionary.
  Double-char entries have been removed, as have the non-hiragana.
*/

struct hira_read {
	/* ASSUME prefaced by 0x24: '$' */
	unsigned char char2;
	 char *input;
}

struct hira_read convert_table = 
{
'�', "xa",
'�', "a",
'�', "xi",
'�', "i",
'�', "xu",
'�', "u",
'�', "xe",
'�', "e",
'�', "ye",
'�', "xo",
'�', "o",
'�', "ka",
'�', "ga",
'�', "ki",
'�', "gi",
'�', "ku",
'�', "gu",
'�', "ke",
'�', "ge",
'�', "ko",
'�', "go",
'�', "sa",
'�', "za",
'�', "shi",
'�', "si",
'�', "syi",
'�', "ji",
'�', "jyi",
'�', "su",
'�', "zu",
'�', "se",
'�', "ze",
'�', "so",
'�', "zo",
'�', "ta",
'�', "da",
'�', "chi",
'�', "tyi",
'�', "dzi",
'�', "t-",
'�', "tsu",
'�', "dzu",
'�', "te",
'�', "de",
'�', "to",
'�', "do",
'�', "na",
'�', "ni",
'�', "nu",
'�', "ne",
'�', "no",
'�', "ha",
'�', "ba",
'�', "pa",
'�', "hi",
'�', "bi",
'�', "pi",
'�', "hu",
'�', "bu",
'�', "pu",
'�', "he",
'�', "be",
'�', "pe",
'�', "ho",
'�', "bo",
'�', "po",
'�', "ma",
'�', "mi",
'�', "mu",
'�', "me",
'�', "mo",
'�', "xya",
'�', "ya",
'�', "xyu",
'�', "yu",
'�', "xyo",
'�', "yo",
'�', "ra",
'�', "ri",
'�', "ru",
'�', "re",
'�', "ro",
'�', "xwa",
'�', "wa",
'�', "wi",
'�', "we",
'�', "wo",
'�', "n'",
'�', "q",
'\0',NULL
}