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In many languages, the final form is a special character used to represent a letter only when it occurs at the end of a word. For example, in Hebrew, the letters kaf כ, mem מ, nun נ, pe פ, and tsadi צ have the final forms ך, ם, ן, ף, ץ respectively.
Languages that use final form letters
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