> Well, like it was already said, I like the orthography and the non-obvious
> system of palatalization (well, I like everything which is non-obvious :)) ).
> Especially the use of 'c' for /h/. That's the first time I see such a value for
> it :) (poor ol' c, it already has so many values. I think it's gonna get the
> award of the most versatile letter in the alphabet :) ).

Somali uses 'c' to represent a pharyngeal fricative (Arabic

Ferenc Gy. Valoczy

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