Murrinh-patha language - Phonology - Consonants

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Consonants Murrinh Patha has a “long and flat” array of consonants like most Australian Aboriginal phonologies, with six places of articulation (bilabial, lamino dental, alveolar, post alveolar retroflex, palatal and velar), but only a limited range of contrastive manners of articulation. There are oral obstruents and nasal stops at all points of articulation; however there are no phonemic fricatives. The consonant table uses the orthography used by researchers, as opposed to the one used most often by the community. The orthography used by the speaker community differs from the research orthography in that it represents dentals and palatals the same way, both ending with an 'h,' while the research orthography uses 'j' ('y' for nasals) to end palatals and 'h' to end dentals.

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Number of Data columns : 7 Number of Data rows : 6
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Data row number No Name 0 Bilabial Dental Alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar

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Bilabial text
Dental text
Alveolar text
Retroflex text
Palatal text
Velar text

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