hamza (Q252454)

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mark used in Arabic-based orthographies, derived from ‘ayn; in Arabic, denotes a glottal stop; not traditionally counted as one of the 28 letters of the Arabic abjad; can appear on the line or combined with alif, wāw, or yā; in Urdu, marks diphthongs
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hamza
mark used in Arabic-based orthographies, derived from ‘ayn; in Arabic, denotes a glottal stop; not traditionally counted as one of the 28 letters of the Arabic abjad; can appear on the line or combined with alif, wāw, or yā; in Urdu, marks diphthongs
  • ئ
  • ؤ
  • أ
  • إ
  • ء
  • ٱ

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