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- IPA(key): /z/
- The Hunmin Jeongeum notes that "ㅿ is a half-tooth sound pronounced like the beginning of 穰" (半齒音 如穰字初發聲).
- ㅿ used in the initial position of Chinese characters have all been changed to ㅇ (/) in Korea today.  The examples are 日, 人, 弱, 穰, 兒, 入, 如, 潤, 容, 扔, 熱, 若, 軟, 銳, 壤, 䓴, 葇, 儒, 緌, 袵, 橈, 刃, 絍, 撋, 汝, 二, 貳, 邇, 栭, 栮, 餌, 珥 and 輀.
- The obsolete Korean consonant ㅿ.