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The next two are
Seen (above) and Sheen (below).
They differ more than just a dot, namely three (3) dots.
Again, from right
to left the initial, middle, end and "solo" forms are shown.
The next is Sad,
again in its four aspects (intitial, middle, end, solo)
And, again only
differing by a dot, Dad.
Then come Tah
These next two
characters have no less than four (4) almost
completely different shapes (again from right to left: initial, middle, end, solo).
The first one is called Ein.
And the second
one (again only differing a single dot) is called Ghein.
As you can see
these next two characters differ more
than just a dot, they also differ in shape.
The above one is called Fa`
And this one is
For a change, the
next few characters are completely different from the others.
The one that looks least like any other, in my view, is Kef (below)
You can see the
initial, the intermediate and the two different end-shapes that
occur, as wel as the solo-edition (of course from right to left).
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