The sixteenth uni-literal hieroglyph is called the fourth-h.
It depicts an animal belly and udder.
It is pronounced as follows: position your mouth as if to say, "shee," but then say the word, "hue," hissing emphatically.
This letter sometimes interchanged with x and S.
The transliteration is written as X.
In Manuel de Codage, type a large X to represent this sign.
Refer to Study Tips, if necessary.
When you feel confident that you have memorized this sign, go on to the next hieroglyph: Lesson 5a - bolt-s