Koph



[kawf] /kɔf/

noun
1.
the nineteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
2.
the uvular stop consonant sound represented by this letter.
/kɒf/
noun
1.
the 19th letter in the Hebrew alphabet (ק) transliterated as q, and pronounced as a velar or uvular stop

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