Fijian language - Phonology

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Phonology The consonant phonemes of Fijian are as shown in the following table: m n ŋ voiceless (p) t k prenasalized ᵐb ⁿd ⁿɡ voiceless (f) s (x) voiced β ð plain r prenasalized ᶯɖʳ w l j h The consonant written ⟨dr⟩ has been described as a prenasalized trill or trilled fricative . However, it is only rarely pronounced with a trilled release; the primary feature distinguishing it from ⟨d⟩ is that it is postalveolar, , rather than dental/alveolar. The sounds and occur only in loanwords from other languages. The sounds and only occur for speakers from certain regions of the country. Note the difference in place of articulation between the voiced voiceless fricative pairs: bilabial vs. labiodental , and dental vs. alveolar . The vowel phonemes are:

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