What is pronounced like one letter written with three letters and belongs to all animals?
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it could be both. In native Hindi, the masculine and feminine word would both be written and pronounced differently, but this distinction is often lost in English transliteration. The masculine name is pronounced with a 'silent' 'a', written in the IPA as /ə/. For simplification purposes it might be also written and pronounced as 'Shiv' (शिव) The feminine name is pronounced with a more pronounced 'a' sound, written in the IPA as /aː/. For simplification…