Nasal Consonants

Some articles on consonant, nasal, consonants, nasal consonants, nasals:

Sino-Japanese Vocabulary - Phonetic Correspondences Between Modern Chinese and On'yomi
... than Old Japanese, as well as many more vowel and consonant differences ... *kiæŋ -> kyau -> kyō (for comparison Southern Min 京 (colloquial) is kiaⁿ with a nasal diphthong) ... The distinction between voiced and unvoiced consonants ( vs ...
Supyire Language - Phonology - Consonants
... IPA chart Supyire consonants Labial Alveolar Palatal Velar Glottal Plosive / Affricate p t c k h b d d͡ʒ ɡ Fricative f s sh v z zh Nasal m n ɲ ŋ Approximant l j w Supyire has a voicing ... However, it does not have labio-velar consonants ... medially in a stressed syllable, as in nupéé or following a nasal, such as in kàntugo (“behind”) ...
Niger–Congo Languages - Common Features - Phonology - Nasality
... Several scholars have documented a contrast between oral and nasal vowels in Niger–Congo ... Steward (1976) postulates that nasal consonants have originated under the influence of nasal vowels this hypothesis is supported by the fact that there are several Niger–Congo languages that have been ... Languages like this have nasal vowels accompanied with complementary distribution between oral and nasal consonants before oral and nasal vowels ...
Edoid Languages - Phonology
... Proto-Edoid is reconstructed as having a contrast between oral and nasal consonants and oral and nasal vowels typical for the region ... However, in some Edoid languages nasal vowels have been reanalyzed as allophones of oral vowels after nasal consonants, and in others nasal consonants have been reanalyzed as ... Urhobo retains three nasals, /m, n, ɲ/, and has five oral consonants with nasal allophones, /ɺ, l, ʋ, j, w/ in Edo this is reduced to one phonemic nasal, /m/, but ...
Nasalization - Nasal Consonants
... By far the most common nasal sounds are nasal consonants such as, or ... Most nasal consonants are occlusives, where airflow through the mouth is blocked and redirected through the nose ...