ڄ

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ڄ, arabic letter dyeh (U+0684),[1] is an additional letter of the Arabic script, not used in the Arabic alphabet itself but used in Saraiki to represent a voiced palatal implosive , [ʄ]. For ڄ example is used in ڄموں، ڄلم۔ It is written as ॼ in Saraiki and Sindhi's Devanagari orthography.

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When 'ن'& 'ڄ' are mixed and 'نڄ' is formed Palatal nasal, [ɲ]. It is the sixth Special sound of Saraiki language.[2] Some people used in last century arabic letter nyeh ڃ (U+0683) for this compound. [3]But now only نڄ is used. For example نڄ is used in ونڄ، تھنڄ۔

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