Sound: 's' as the 's' in 'same' - see note*.
*Note: The sound of the consonant has an implicit 'a' after it so, unless a vowel sound is specified, it will have the implicit 'a' if it has a vowel sound.
So, Sassaa sounds like 'Sa' unless specified just after the consonant, if it has a vowel sound.
It is possible for a consonant to run into the next consonant without an 'a' between them.
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