⟨xh⟩, in Albanian, represents the sound of the voiced postalveolar affricate consonant /dʒ/, as in the surname Hoxha /ˈhɔdʒa/. In Pashto too it represents /dʒ/. In Zulu and Xhosa it represents the voiceless aspirated alveolar lateral click, for example in the name of the language Xhosa . In Walloon to write a sound that is variously /h/ or /ʃ/, depending on the dialect. In Canadian Tlingit it represents /χ/, which in Alaska is written x̱.
⟨xi⟩ is used in English for /kʃ/ in words such as flexion. (It is equivalent to ⟨c⟩ plus the digraph ⟨ti⟩, as in action.)
⟨xk⟩ was used in the Tindall orthography of Khoehkoe for the voiceless lateral click /ǁ/ (equivalent to ⟨xg⟩).
⟨xu⟩ was used in the Ossete Latin alphabet for /χʷ/.
⟨xw⟩ is used in the Tlingit language for /xʷ/.
⟨xy⟩ is used in the Romanized Popular Alphabet used to write Hmong, where it represents the sound /ç/.
⟨xö⟩ is used as a letter of the Seri alphabet, where it represents a labialized uvular fricative, /χʷ/. It is placed between X and Y in alphabetical order.
⟨x̱w⟩ is used in Alaskan Tlingit for /χʷ/, which in Canada is written xhw.
⟨xx⟩ is used in Hadza for the glottalized click /ᵑǁˀ/.
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