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It is unfortunate that I have to use two letters (a digraph) to transcribe this frequent phoneme. The letter ―x‖ might be a better candidate as in Maltese or the Pinyin for Chinese, but unfortunately the letter has been used for a glottalized t in Wolaytta and Oromo. The capital ―S‖ might be another candidate, but unfortunately capitals are kept for glottalized sounds in this thesis. 1). Personally, I think that this notation is ugly. 4)31.