Syllable onsets, i.e the initial parts of syllables which precede the vowel, may show different degrees of complexity. The three values distinguished in this feature represent the increasing complexity of syllable onsets. On an implicational scale, languages with more complex onset types seem to also have all the less complex types.
|Only simple onsets||10|
|Onsets at most moderately complex||25|
|Onsets may be complex||41|
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