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X̣ (uppercase) or x̣ (lowercase) is a letter of the Latin alphabet, taken from an X with a dot below the letter. It is not easy to show up in computers because it is not used in the more common languages. It is used in the Livonian language.
- Pullum, Geoffrey K.; Ladusaw, William A. (1996). Phonetic Symbol Guide. University of Chicago Press. p. 3.
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