Basque Alphabet - Digraphs

Digraphs

There are several digraphs (successive letters used to represent a single sound):

DD /ɟ/, LL /ʎ/, RR /r/, TS /t͡s̺/, TT /c/, TX /ʧ͡/, TZ /t͡s̻/

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