ݙ

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ݙ is an additional letter of the Arabic script, not used in the Arabic alphabet itself but used in Saraiki to represent a voiced alveolar implosive, [ɗ]. Its an other form is also found in Saraiki Spoken in Jhang in the form of voiced retroflex implosive, [].

It is written as in Saraiki and Sindhi's Devanagari orthography. It is derived from dāl (د), with a small ṭāʼ (ط) above to represent retroflexion (as in Urdu), and two dots below to represent implosion (as in Sindhi).The unicode for saraiki letter ݙ was approved in 2005.[1] The examples of ݙ are ݙیوا، ݙو، ݙاہ، ݙانگ، ݙوئی، ݙیݙر، ݙینہ

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