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p           t               k      
 
 
 
 
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  m           n           ɲ   ŋ    
 
 
 
 
 
 
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                          j   w                
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Selected languages: Angaatiha
UPSID number: 8627
Alternate name(s): N/A
Classification: Papuan, Trans-New Guinea
The languages has 21 segments
Frequency index: N/A
Sounds:
Comments: Angaatiha is analyzed as having 3 tones - high, low, and falling. Huisman et al. treat nj as a cluster, but it is the only Cj cluster. /w/ clusters with /p,m,k,?/ - these are treated as two-consonant clusters.
Sources: Huisman, R. 1973. Angaataha verb morphology. Linguistics 110:43-54. Huisman, R., Huisman, R., Lloyd, J. 1981. Angaatiha syllable patterns. In P.M. Healey (ed.), Angan Languages are Different: Four Phonologies. Language Data, Asian-Pacific Series 12, Summer Institute of Linguistics, Huntington Beach: 51-62. Huisman, R., Lloyd, J. 1981. Angaatiha tone, stress, and length. In P.M Healey (ed.), Angan Languages are Different: Four Phonologies. Language Data, Asian-Pacific Series 12, Summer Institute of Linguistics, Huntington Beach: 63-82.