|Voiceless bidental fricative|
The voiceless bidental fricative is a rare consonantal sound. The only natural language known to use it is the Shapsug dialect of Adyghe, where it appears as a variant of /x/. People with hypoglossia (abnormally small tongue) may use it for target /s/.
Features of the voiceless bidental fricative:
|Adyghe||Black Sea (Shapsug) dialect||дахэ||[daːh̪͆a]||'pretty'||Corresponds to [x] in other dialects.|