Thā (ث) is the seventh letter of the Arabic alphabet. It represents a voiceless dental fricative sound, which is produced by forcing air through a small gap between the teeth and the tongue. In Arabic, this sound is similar to the "th" sound in the English words "thin" or "bath".
The letter Thā is written in the Arabic script as a vertical line with a small circle at the top. It is written from right to left, like all Arabic letters.
Thā is a relatively uncommon letter in Arabic, and it is mainly found in words borrowed from other languages, particularly from Greek and Persian. Some examples of Arabic words that contain the letter Thā include "athar" (remnants), "mathalan" (for example), and "thamar" (fruit).
A framed poster with museum-quality paper and a beautiful frame.
- 200 gsm / 80 lb matte (uncoated) paper
- Lightweight 1-2 cm (0.4-0.8") thick frame
- Shatterproof, transparent plexiglass.
- Includes hanging kit, to hang in both portrait and landscape orientations.
The frame and poster are delivered together. The poster needs to be mounted by the end-recipient.