Hamza



[hahm-zah] /ˈhɑm zɑ/

noun
1.
the sign used in Arabic writing to represent the glottal stop, usually written above another letter and shown in English transliterations as an apostrophe.
/ˈhɑːmzɑː; -zə/
noun
1.
the sign used in Arabic to represent the glottal stop

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