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See also: ɯ (IPA)
In Cyrillic, the lowercase letter sha in italic type resembles ɯ. Since Zhuang borrowed heavily from Cyrillic forms for several letters of its alphabet, it is plausible that sha was the source of the Zhuang letter.
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