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Zhe (Ж ж; italics: Ж ж) is a letter of the Cyrillic script . It commonly represents the voiced retroflex sibilant /ʐ/ ( listen ). It is also often used with D ( Д) to approximate the sound in English of the Latin letter J with a ДЖ combo. Zhe is romanized as ⟨zh⟩ or ⟨ž⟩.What is a ZH-29?
The ZH-29 was a semi-automatic rifle developed in Czechoslovakia during the late 1920s, and used by the Chinese National Revolutionary Army. The ZH-29 is one of the first successful self-loading rifles in service.What is the difference between Zhe and ж?
Zhe can also be used in Leet speak or faux Cyrillic in place of the letter ⟨ x ⟩, or to represent the symbol of the rap duo Kris Kross (a ligature of two back-to-back letter K 's). Ж is most often transliterated as the digraph ⟨zh⟩ for English-language readers (as in Doctor Zhivago, Доктор Живаго, or Georgy Zhukov, Георгий Жуков).What is the meaning of the name Zhe?
It may be a ligature, formed from combining two "K" letters (one backward form) sharing a common stem. In the Early Cyrillic alphabet the name of Zhe was живѣтє ( živěte ), meaning "live" (imperative).