The quest to replace H continueth! Here's a test-sentence: maHavvel H kanra Hāen oHamigh Hu khaHa Hetuaþ Heìes "The tyrant turned to the right and made the crows noisily attack the backwards-and-forwards-moving tiger in the kitchen" And here are the candidates: maHavvel H kanra Hāen oHamigh Hu khaHa Hetuaþ Heìes mařavvel ř kanra řāen ořamigh řu khařa řetuaþ řeìes maяavvel я kanra яāen oяamigh яu khaяa яetuaþ яeìes maħavvel ħ kanra ħāen oħamigh ħu khaħa ħetuaþ ħeìes maгavvel г kanra гāen oгamigh гu khaгa гetuaþ гeìes The letter in question marks a sound that starts off as a velar trill (or one of its many raspy replacements) and turns into an alveolar trill. It is always long/cannot be geminated and is the raspiest, spittiest sound in the entire language. (Incidentally, the test-sentence contains every single word using the letter H that I could find in the seconds I spent searching, that sentence is almost a tongue-twister...) Replace mentally with [kr] if the backs of your tongues do twist! So: Which. Will. Win!!?!! Feel free to add candidates of your own. t.