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The twenty-fourth letter of the English alphabet. It is borrowed, as to its form, from the Greek X. At the end of words, it has the sound of ks, as in wax, lax; in the middle, the sound of ks, or sometimes of gz, as in axis, example, exhaust. At the beginning of a word, it has the sound of z. — Webster, 1882


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