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A consonant digraph is a digraph that represents a consonant sound.
Typically, in English these are formed from two consonant letters, such as P+H → ⟨ph⟩, and ⟨sh⟩, ⟨ch⟩, ⟨th⟩, but can also be a consonant letter + vowel letter, especially ⟨qu⟩, ⟨bu⟩, ⟨gu⟩.
For a list see category:consonant digraphs.