This post is for the letter Ghayn (ghayn), represented by Ghalib the Ghurab, which is how you say crow in Arabic.
Ghalib loves to play detective in helping his friends when they lose things. Other words that use Ghayn are ghina’ (sing), ghira’ (glue), and ghassala (washing machine).
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