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Hebrew Samekh[change | edit source]
Samekh represents /s/, a voiceless alveolar fricative. Unlike most Semitic consonants, the pronunciation of /s/ remains constant between vowels and before voiced consonants.
Samekh in gematria has the value 60.
References[change | edit source]
- Muss-Arnolt, W. (1892). On Semitic Words in Greek and Latin. Transactions of the American Philological Association v. 23, p. 35-156. The John Hopkins University Press.