Indeed, I think the distinction is similar like in many languages depending on the consonant that comes after the letter. Dutch words that have origins in French like contour and cadeau (even though also spelled as kado sometimes) are pronounced the same way (so with a [k]). Cilinder and citroen are with a [s], since the C is followed directly by an i.
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