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What language contains the first sound? I associate the bilabial trill with South America and clicks with Sub-Saharan Africa
I’m not sure the exact language, but it know it’s a Khoisan.
Okay, Maybe phonemes can be scary
Voiceless bilabially post-trilled dental stop is a phoneme in piraha i believe
Is that meant to say that the pre-nasalization is creaky, the closure itself is modally voiced, and the vowel is breathy...?
No - the letters ŋ͡ɱ are superscripted to show that the following consonant is prenasalised as such, and the tie above the consonants shows co-articulation, same with the tie above ɡ͡b. The diaeresis (double dots) on the ä simply says it is centralised - if you look on the IPA vowel chart, /ä/ is just under /ɐ/ in the central "column"
@Jan pi kama sona I'm not sure why my brain interpreted the diaraesis on the a as breathy, but the ŋm do not have a tie bar on them, but rather tildes. Or at the least that is how they appear on my screen.
What do you think?