Top 10 similar words or synonyms for fricative_nasal

velar_glottal    0.948392

nasal_fricative    0.944633

nasal_trill    0.944382

post_alveolar_palatal    0.940554

voiceless_voiced    0.940308

palatal_velar    0.939258

fricative_affricate    0.935090

fricative_approximant    0.934527

plosive_fricative    0.933445

post_alveolar_velar    0.931938

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for fricative_nasal

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Ingessana language There are 21 distinct consonant phonemes. The fricative, nasal, lateral and rhotic consonants also distinguish length.
Rotokas language There does not seem to be any reason for positing phonological manners of articulation (that is, "plosive, fricative, nasal stop, tap") in Central Rotokas. Rather, a simple binary distinction of "voice" is sufficient.
Gemination Gemination is found across words and across morphemes when the last consonant in a given word and the first consonant in the following word are the same fricative, nasal, or stop. For instance:
Plains Cree The syllable itself consists of an optional onset, a peak obligatory vowel and an optional coda. The onset can be non-syllabic or a consonant, sometimes followed by a "w". Although any vowel can occur in any position in the word, the long vowels and are found only rarely in initial and final positions. Plains Cree does not permit vowel clusters; clusters of identical non-syllabics; or fricatives followed by a fricative, nasal, or "y". The coda, when it occurs, is either but many Plains Cree words end in a vowel.
Secondary articulation There is a longstanding tradition in the IPA that one may turn "any" IPA letter into a superscript, and in so doing impart its features to the base consonant. For instance, would be an articulation of that has qualities of . However, the features are not necessarily imparted as secondary articulation. Superscripts are also used iconically to indicate the onset or release of a consonant, the on-glide or off-glide of a vowel, and fleeting or weak segments. Among other things, these phenomena include prenasalization (), prestopping (), affrication (), pre-affrication (), trilled, fricative, nasal, and lateral release (), roticization (), and diphthongs (). So, while indicates velarization of non-velar consonants, it is also used for fricative release of the velar stop (). Mixed consonant-vowels may indicate a transition: may be the allophone of with the transition from that identifies the consonant, while may be the allophone of before , or the formants of anticipated in the .