fríks [fɾiks] n. pickpocket (person), pickpocketing (act)
fríkh [fɾix] vti. pickpocket
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The verb "overlook" has the sense of "look out over" (A hotel that overlooks the ocean) as well as the sense of "not see", "disregard".
I took the question to mean, why is it "a, bé, cé, dé, œ" as opposed to ""a, bé, cé, dé, é". Even English has "(a), bi, si, di, i"