Topic: .hack//G.U. Vol.2 Japanese title

The subtitle is 君想フ声. Everywhere on the internet has Kimi Omou Koe. I'd like someone to help me understand this.

君 = kimi
想 = sou/omo(u)
フ = fu <--- where did this go???
声 = koe

So the フ character apparently disappeared...? It's certainly not the  'u' in omou, which by the way is usually written as 想う and not just 想. 想い would also be omoi so I don't see too many instances where 想 alone ends in a 'u', in fact I see none...

Re: .hack//G.U. Vol.2 Japanese title

想フ is just an old way of spelling 想う, I think.

Wikipedia wrote:

The series of kana ha hi fu he ho are used to represent, in some words, the sounds wa, i, u, e, o, respectively.

Re: .hack//G.U. Vol.2 Japanese title

Goodness gracious, how cryptic. Not only is it historical usage, it's only for certain words. Jeez.

Thank you. When the whole internet has that same spelling, I knew I had to be missing something, I just couldn't see what it was. So when I said it's certainly not the  'u' in omou, I guess that's where I was wrong tongue