Prenasalized

Some articles on prenasalized:

Lingala Language - Phonology - Consonants - Prenasalized Consonants
... The prenasalized stops formed with a nasal followed by a voiceless plosive are allophonic to the voiceless plosives alone in some variations of Lingala ... nyɔnsɔ is pronounced but in some variations The prenasalized voiced occlusives, /ᵐb/, /ⁿd/, /ᵑɡ/, /ⁿz/ do not vary ...
Prenasalized Consonant
... Prenasalized consonants are phonetic sequences of a nasal and an obstruent (or a non-nasal sonorant) that behave phonologically like single consonants ... in their behavior however, there may also be phonetic correlates which distinguish prenasalized consonants from clusters ... in both articulation and timing, prenasalized fricatives and sonorants are not as common as prenasalized stops or affricates, and the presence of the former ...
Prenasalized Consonant - Geographic Distribution - Africa
... The Bantu languages are famous for their prenasalized stops (the "nt" in "Bantu" is an example), but similar sounds occur across Africa and around the ... Ghana's politician Kwame Nkrumah had a prenasalized stop in his name, as does the capital of Chad, N'Djamena (African prenasalized stops are often written with apostrophes ...
Prenasalized Consonant - Geographic Distribution - South Asia
... The Indo-Aryan languages Sinhala and Dhivehi too have prenasalized stops ... The Sinhala alphabet has prenasalized versions of g, ḍ (voiced retroflex stop), d̪ (voiced dental stop) and b ... with Sinhala a long time and has also developed prenasalized stops ...
Prenasalized Consonant - Geographic Distribution - Oceania
... An example of the unitary behavior of prenasalized stops is provided by Fijian ... many in Melanesia, there is a series of voiceless stops, and a series of prenasalized stops, but there are no simple voiced stops ... In addition, Fijian allows prenasalized stops at the beginning of a word, but it does not allow other consonant sequences ...