119 Syllable codas

This feature is described more fully in chapter 119.


The syllable coda is the final part of a syllable which follows the vowel. The four values distinguished in this feature represent the increasing complexity of syllable codas, and languages with more complex coda types also have all the less complex types.


Philippe Maurer and the APiCS Consortium


No syllable codas7
Only simple codas32
Codas at most moderately complex30
Codas may be complex6

Language Value Lexifier Details Source
Id Primary text Analyzed text Gloss Translation Type Language Audio Details