C
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La troisième lettre de l'alphabet, et la deuxième des consonnes. On la nomme Cé, suivant l'appellation ancienne et usuelle, et Ce, suivant la méthode moderne. Un petit c. Un grand C.  Il se prononce comme le K devant a, o et u, Cabaret, colonne, cuve ; mais devant e et i, il se prononce comme l' S, Ciment,céder ; et on le prononce de la même manière devant a, o, et u, quand il a une cédille au dessous, comme dans les mots Façade, façon, reçu.   Lorsque C doit se faire entendre devant une consonne, ou à la fin d'un mot, on le prononce comme K : Accès (akcès), Cneïus (Knéius), crédit (krédit), trictrac (triktrak), sec (sek), bloc (blok), du blanc au noir (du blank au noir), etc.   Voyez, sur la valeur du C joint à l' H, l'article de cette dernière lettre.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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