Sha (Ш ш; italics: Ш ш) is a letter of the Glagolitic and Cyrillic script. It commonly represents the voiceless postalveolar fricative , like the pronunciation of in "sheep" or the somewhat similar voiceless retroflex fricative in Russian. More precisely, the sound in Russian denoted by is commonly transcribed as a palatoalveolar fricative but is actually a voiceless retroflex fricative. It is used in every variation of the Cyrillic alphabet for Slavic and non-Slavic languages.
In English, Sha is romanized as or as , the latter being the equivalent letter in the Latin alphabets of Czech, Slovak, Slovene, Serbian, Croatian, Latvian and Lithuanian.
Sha or SHA may refer to:
- Sha (Cyrillic) (Ш, ш), a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet
Grazia di Fresco, better known by her stage name Sha, is a German singer of Italian descent who rose to fame in the summer of 2006 with her debut single "JaJa".
Sha is a Franco-British comic, published by Editions Soleil. It is a trilogy, published from November 1996 to April 1998.
The story is written by Pat Mills and illustrated by Olivier Ledroit. They have also collaborated on Requiem Chevalier Vampire.
Sha (Queen Wei album)
Silly is the debut album released by Taiwanese singer and songwriter Queen Wei ( 魏如昀).
Sha is the Mandarin pinyin and Wade–Giles romanization of the Chinese surname written in Chinese character. It is listed 387th in the Song dynasty classic text Hundred Family Surnames. As of 2008, it is the 216th most common surname in China, shared by 400,000 people.
Usage examples of "sha".
Type unit, that she had put Commander Sha Aznable in charge of it, and that she was already preparing to reinforce it.
The card appeared to be a copy of an amateur tape of Sha Aznable, and the images were of poor resolution.
The camera then moved to the next officer in line after Garmato Sha Aznableand lingered briefly on him.
After graduation, Sha had performed spectacularly in battle, and Gren had received steady reports of his promotions.
The monitor next showed scenes of Sha Aznable as a lieutenant in the Zeon Archduchy military, wearing his distinctive face mask.
But while looking closely at the image on the screen, Gren realized the true reason Sha had taken to wearing the mask: He had infiltrated Zeon and begun wearing it to get nearer to the Zavi family without being recognized as Caspar Daikun!
Now the real question was whether Caspar Daikun, aka Sha Aznable, was really a true New Type.
In the end, the spirits of both Sha and Lala Sun had formed a barrier between them.
But by hesitating a few seconds for an answer in the heat of emotion, he had also given Sha an opportunity.
Amuro zipped shut the triple layer of fasteners connecting his helmet to his jacket, he bitterly regretted not having killed Sha when he had had the chance.
As an astonished Sharia Bull watched, Sha also proceeded to remove the face mask he always wore.
As if suddenly aware of the reaction he had created, Sha turned and grinned.
He and his comrades had often discussed New Types among themselves, and they had unanimously recognized Kusko Al as someone with New Type pilot skills, but Sha, they often felt, was the more evolved as a New Type human.
He had cashiered Sha earlier for failing to protect his younger brother, Garma, in battle.
In his drive for self-perfection Sha seemed mature beyond his years, but his occasional inflexibility betrayed his youth.