Example 30-247

lta, portu, ráspa, (kánta)
sálta,
jump
portu,
port
ráspa,
scratch.off
(kánta)
(sing)
to jump, port, to scratch off, (to sing)
Comment:
Three words have one consonant in the coda of their stressed syllable; kánta has no consonant in the coda of its stressed syllable, according to my analysis: phonologically, the first syllable ends with a nasalized vowel and the second starts with a prenasalized consonant.
Type:
naturalistic spoken
Source:
Lang 2002: s. v.