Appendix:Variations of "ah": difference between revisions

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(Other scripts: hebrew ח is not an h sound. it's kh. same for cyrillic х. cyrillic has no h in fact and when english h is rendered into russian г is used)
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==Other scripts==
 
==Other scripts==
*[[ах]] (Cyrillic)
 
 
*[[ահ]] (Armenian)
 
*[[ահ]] (Armenian)
 
*[[אה]] (Hebrew)
 
*[[אה]] (Hebrew)
*[[אח]] (Hebrew)
 
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 00:28, 3 August 2009

The word "ah" appears in many languages with many variations in the use of capitalization, punctuation, diacritics, and in other scripts.

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Wikipedia

Capitalization and punctuation

Diacritics

Other scripts

See also

Homophones