Datapoint Sranan/ŋ - voiced velar nasal

Engma does not necessarioly co-occur with a following /g/ pronounced. For example, while bongo is pronounced with engma and [g] (i.e. [boŋgo]), tongo has no [g] (i.e. [toŋo]).
Engma also occurs as an allophone of word-final nasals, as in the name of the language, Sranan.


Exists (as a major allophone)

Example 2-332:
1. tongue 2. language