The /ð/ sound is spelled with <th>. The /ʤ/ sound is spelled with <ge>, <dge> or <j>.
This is a contrast between a dental fricative and an affricate, both voiced and close together in the mouth. Nevertheless, the contrast does not cause problems.
The mean density value is 0.7%. The list makes 11 semantic distinctions, a loading of 73%.
burthen burgeon burthened burgeoned burthening burgeoning burthens burgeons lather larger leather ledger leathers ledgers than Jan thee G them gem then gen these G's they J they jay though Jo
John Higgins, Shaftesbury, November 2010.