In English, the digraph ⟨th⟩ represents in most cases one of two different phonemes: the voiced dental fricative /ð/ (as in this) and the voiceless dental fricative /θ/ (thing). More rarely, it can stand for /t/ (Thailand, Thames) or the cluster /tθ/ (eighth). In compound words, ⟨th⟩ may be a consonant sequence rather than a digraph, as in the /t.h/ of lighthouse.

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  • In English, the digraph ⟨th⟩ represents in most cases one of two different phonemes: the voiced dental fricative /ð/ (as in this) and the voiceless dental fricative /θ/ (thing). More rarely, it can stand for /t/ (Thailand, Thames) or the cluster /tθ/ (eighth). In compound words, ⟨th⟩ may be a consonant sequence rather than a digraph, as in the /t.h/ of lighthouse. (en)
  • En anglais, le digramme ‹ th › renvoie essentiellement à l'un des deux phonèmes suivants, obtenus en plaçant la langue entre les dents : * la consonne fricative dentale sourde [θ], apparenté à un sifflement de serpent ; * la consonne fricative dentale voisée [ð], proche du bourdonnement d'abeille. (fr)
  • In inglese, il th può essere pronunciato in due modi: /ð/ (come in this) e /θ/ (thing). Più raramente, può essere pronunciato /t/ (Thailand) o /t.h/ (lighthouse) o ancora, in alcuni dialetti, /tθ/ (eighth). (it)
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  • In English, the digraph ⟨th⟩ represents in most cases one of two different phonemes: the voiced dental fricative /ð/ (as in this) and the voiceless dental fricative /θ/ (thing). More rarely, it can stand for /t/ (Thailand, Thames) or the cluster /tθ/ (eighth). In compound words, ⟨th⟩ may be a consonant sequence rather than a digraph, as in the /t.h/ of lighthouse. (en)
  • En anglais, le digramme ‹ th › renvoie essentiellement à l'un des deux phonèmes suivants, obtenus en plaçant la langue entre les dents : * la consonne fricative dentale sourde [θ], apparenté à un sifflement de serpent ; * la consonne fricative dentale voisée [ð], proche du bourdonnement d'abeille. (fr)
  • In inglese, il th può essere pronunciato in due modi: /ð/ (come in this) e /θ/ (thing). Più raramente, può essere pronunciato /t/ (Thailand) o /t.h/ (lighthouse) o ancora, in alcuni dialetti, /tθ/ (eighth). (it)
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  • Pronunciation of English ⟨th⟩ (en)
  • Prononciation de th en anglais (fr)
  • Th inglese (it)
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