ʃ

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See also: [U+0D3D MALAYALAM SIGN AVAGRAHA], ʆ [U+0286 LATIN SMALL LETTER ESH WITH CURL], [U+222B INTEGRAL], ſ [U+017F LATIN SMALL LETTER LONG S], and Ʃ [U+01A9 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER ESH]

ʃ U+0283, ʃ
LATIN SMALL LETTER ESH
ʂ
[U+0282]
IPA Extensions ʄ
[U+0284]
U+1DB4, ᶴ
MODIFIER LETTER SMALL ESH

[U+1DB3]
Phonetic Extensions Supplement
[U+1DB5]

Translingual edit

Etymology edit

Introduced by Isaac Pitman in his 1847 Phonotypic Alphabet, based on the italic form of the long s (ſ).

Pronunciation edit

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Symbol edit

ʃ

  1. (IPA) a voiceless palatoalveolar sibilant.
    Coordinate term: (voiced palatoalveolar fricative) ʒ
  2. (superscript ⟨ᶴ⟩, IPA) [ʃ]-fricated release of a plosive (e.g. [tᶴ], sometimes implying an affricate [t͜ʃ]); [ʃ]-coloring; or a weak, fleeting or epenthetic [ʃ].
  3. (some Italian dictionaries) voiced alveolar fricative (/z/)
    Synonym:

See also edit

  • With palatal curl: ʆ
  • With retroflex tail:

Further reading edit

Xhosa edit

Etymology edit

From IPA ʃ.

Letter edit

ʃ (upper case Ʃ)

  1. Obsolete letter formerly used to represent the phoneme /ʃ/. Replaced by sh.