ṣ - Translingual

Letter

(upper case )

  1. The letter s with a dot below.

Usage notes

  • For Indic scripts, it is usually used to transliterate ष् (or equivalents) into ṣ.

Symbol

  1. Romanization of the Hebrew ץ \ צ (tzadi”, “tsadi”, “ẕadi”, “ṣāḏē) in the ISO 259 transliteration scheme

Synonyms

  • (Romanization of ץ \ צ, “tzadi”, “tsadi”, “ẕadi”, “ṣāḏē”): tz (Common Israeli transliteration scheme), ts (Hebrew Academy 2006 transliteration scheme), (Hebrew Academy 1953 transliteration scheme)

ṣ - Yoruba

Pronunciation

  • (phoneme): IPA: /ʃ/
  • (letter name): IPA: /ʃí/

Letter

(lower case, upper case )

  1. The twenty-first letter of the Yoruba alphabet, called ṣí and written in the Latin script.
Meaning and Definition of ṣ
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