Datapoint Sango/ɲ - voiced palatal nasal

Although I have not studied this segment very carefully, it seems to me that it may always be followed by a nasalized vowel, and it may be realized as a nasalized /y/ preceding a nasalized vowel. Its realization is probably affected by some of the languages of the Central African Republic.


Exists (as a major allophone)

Example 59-406:
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