æ (by Craig)
æ is a grapheme formed from the letters ‘a’ & ‘e’. Originally a ligature representing a latin diphthong or a gliding vowel, which refers to two vowel sounds within the same syllable. It’s traditional name in English is still ash, after the old English alphabet æsc, “ash tree”.
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æ (by Craig)

æ is a grapheme formed from the letters ‘a’ & ‘e’. Originally a ligature representing a latin diphthong or a gliding vowel, which refers to two vowel sounds within the same syllable. It’s traditional name in English is still ash, after the old English alphabet æsc, “ash tree”.

Source: Wiki

æ (by Craig)
æ is a grapheme formed from the letters ‘a’ & ‘e’. Originally a ligature representing a latin diphthong or a gliding vowel, which refers to two vowel sounds within the same syllable. It’s traditional name in English is still ash, after the old English alphabet æsc, “ash tree”.
Source: Wiki

æ (by Craig)

æ is a grapheme formed from the letters ‘a’ & ‘e’. Originally a ligature representing a latin diphthong or a gliding vowel, which refers to two vowel sounds within the same syllable. It’s traditional name in English is still ash, after the old English alphabet æsc, “ash tree”.

Source: Wiki

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