- a voiceless velar fricative similar to Modern German (?), as in doch: in Modern English orthography it has been replaced by gh, which either is silent, as in though, or represents the sound (f), as in cough
- a voiced palatal fricative: in Modern English orthography, y, representing (y) as in yes
Origin of yoghMiddle English
Origin of yoghMiddle English, possibly from Old English &imacron;w, &emacron;oh, yew.