The GH wurdz hav that simbol cognait with the German guttural ch az in recht, tho we du not pronowns it.
Note that when a syllable is added to a word ending in GH, the g is omitted.
Palatals: ǩ, ǧ, ǩh, ǧh (kh and GH aspirates as explained above).
We have a number of words ending in ouGH in which the GH is silent.
GH is silent as in English, and g is always hard, as in give.
In the Cairo mosques the poor have their rites—both with the GH and without.
But the GH in riGHt is also useless—not pronounst, as is the ch in the cognate German recht.
If the double salt is anhydrous, the point S lies at infinity, and the lines ef and GH are parallel to each other.
This combination of two letters to represent one sound is called a digraph, as GH, in couGH, ch in church.
Neglecting atmospheric pressure, which has no influence, the pressure at a is GH″; at a′ it is Gz.