Datapoint Nicaraguan Creole English/Syllable codas

English codas have been simplified to some extent as a result of creolization but not as much as in San Andres Creole English. Two plosives will not occur in a coda: rispek 'respect'.

Values

Codas at most moderately complex

Example 11-353:
bak an fuort
bak
back
an
and
fuort
forth
back and forth

Source: Nicaragua project recordings CD

Example 11-354:
far instant
far
for
instant
instance
for instance

Source: Nicaragua project recordings CD

Example 11-355:
miks, aks
miks,
mix
aks
ask
mix, ask

Source: Nicaragua project recordings CD

Example 11-356:
likl
likl
little
little

Source: Nicaragua project recordings CD

Example 11-350:
huol
huol
hole
hole

Source: Nicaragua project recordings CD

Example 11-351:
gaan
gaan
go.pst
went, gone

Source: Nicaragua project recordings CD

Example 11-352:
fut
fut
foot
foot, leg

Source: Nicaragua project recordings CD

Example 11-348:
nomba
nomba
number
number

Source: Nicaragua project recordings CD

Example 11-349:
grani
grani
granny
granny

Source: Nicaragua project recordings CD

Confidence:
Very certain