Datapoint Angolar/Syllable codas

There are only nasals, no liquids, in syllable codas.
In Portuguese loans, the only obstruent that may occur is s, as in kus-ta 'to cost'.

Values

Only simple codas

Example 36-162:
an-da, an-dji
an-da,
chew
an-dji
where
to chew, where

Source: Maurer 1995: 34f.

Example 36-161:
ô-u, n'-tê, ndji-be-la
ô-u,
thread
n'-tê,
head
ndji-be-la
pocket
thread, head, pocket

Source: Maurer 1995: 34ff.

Confidence:
Very certain