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O is the fifteenth letter of the Latin alphabet.

In Greek (Omikron), Etruscan and Latin O stood for the vowel /o/. Although Semitic 'Ajin was used in some alphabets to transcribe [o], the sound value was usually consonantic: [?/] (as the Arabic letter 'Ajn).

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Sanskrit language

... a compound of "mat" (me) and "stha" (standing, staying at) and means "they are in me". "-aham" (I) in the second line is nominative. na caaham = "...and not I....", ...

 
 
 
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