The letter M is the 13th letter of the modern English alphabet. It is a consonant and is pronounced /em/ when it appears at the beginning of a word or syllable, or /m/ when it appears at the end. The letter M is derived from the Semitic letter mem, which originally represented the sound /m/ in the ancient Semitic languages. In modern English, the letter M is used to represent a wide variety of sounds, including the nasal sound /m/ as in "man," the labiodental sound /m/ as in "sum," and the bilabial sound /m/ as in "room." The letter M is also used as a Roman numeral to represent the number 1,000.
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