129 Prenasalized consonants

Description

Prenasalized consonants are consonants (generally obstruents, most often plosives) which are preceded by nasalization, as in syllables such as [ⁿda], [ ͫbi]. They are generally treated as special complex segments because they involve nasal elements preceding a word-initial obstruent.

Author

Martin Haspelmath and the APiCS Consortium

Values

Prenasalized segments exist19
No prenasalized segments57
Representation:76

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Id Primary text Analyzed text Gloss Translation Type Language Audio Details