S is pronounced as sh in English, the sound of simple s being represented by sz.
A very frequent combination in Hungarian names, that of sz is really the same as our ss; while s without the z is pronounced sh.
The letters "sz" at the end of his name stood for "szoon" and signified that he was the szoon of Mynheer Gerrit.
The constituent cells are divided into somatic (sz), germ-cells (kz).
The country code for Swaziland.