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Glyph T108 - cha/ka

cha/ka (cha/ka) (T108) > phonetic sign.

(CH) 1> cha (cha) cha ~ syllabogram. 2> integral part of the snake main sign used in captor expressions and therefore having no phonetic value in and of itself, but serving as a diagnostic or diacritic element segregating typical snake main signs from the captor statement main signs.

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