Its use is Similar to HEH, but sound lik
HEH and FATAH;
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From: Roozbeh Pournader <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 1999 7:53 PM
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> What is the pronounciation of the Pashto one? Does is relate
> anyway to HAMZA (pronounced with glottal stop)? Or has some
> "y" somewhere in it? I think it is the same character as I told,
> with the same history.
> "N.R.Liwal" wrote:
> > The HEH With YEH Above is recommended by Mr.Roozbeh from Iran and he
> > says it is uesed in Iran, he will be able to justify that.
> > But HEH with Hamza Above, have Two shapes in Pashto,
> > Isolated and Final.
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