sń- sńerma ‘chilly’
s- si ‘wish’
sl- sla:yi ‘matchstick’
sw- swa ‘whom’
sy- syu ‘pomegranate’
zb- zbalpa ‘frog’
zd- zdikpa ‘innocent’
zg- zgiri ‘wheel’
šp- špukma ‘shoulder’
št- šten ‘sling’
šc- šcis ‘counting’
šc- šcu ‘ten’
šk- škilpa ‘middle’
šm- šmul ‘silver’
šn- šnaq ‘puss’
š- šil ‘gum’
šr- šruba ‘initiate’
šw- šwit ‘whistle’
šy- šyaqs ‘judgement’
hl- hlu ‘air’
hy- hyaspa ‘games’
ńy- ńya ‘fish’
lt- ltiya ‘navel’
ld- ldoq ‘mud’
lč- lčorba ‘worship’
rb- rbat ‘spiked dolichos’
rd- rdut ‘devil’
rg- rgenskor ‘fence’
r- ratpa ‘forgeet’
rz- rzi ‘tank’

CCC Type

In CCC type fricatives and trill occur as the first member of clusters. As the second member, nasals and stops occur.
Trill and semivowels occur as the third member of three consonant clusters. The occurrence and combination of these sounds may be shown as
{Fricatives}                           + {  Stops  }               + {        Trill        }
{     Trill    }  
{ Nasals }
{  Semivowels  }



sr- srin ‘worm’
sw-  swa ‘grass’
sy- syaqpa ‘ferment’
skr- skratpa  ‘chase’
skw- skwa ‘command’
sky- skya ‘bear’
smy- smyara ‘beardd’
sy- syutama ‘trap (animals)’
zbr- zbrul ‘snake’
zbw- zbwa ‘foam’
zby- zbyabuy ‘blackbee’
zgr- zgru ‘hunchback’
zgw- zgwa ‘divide’
rw- rwa ‘stone’
ry ryanchot ‘despair’


In the medial position, both CC type and CCC type clusters are found. CC type is further classified into class ‘A’, class ‘B’ and class ‘C’. Class ‘A’ consists of identical consonants and ‘B’ homorganic consonants. Class ‘C’ consists of non homorganic consonants.
Class A
      Under this class, we have only three kinds.
      Stop + stop
      Nasal + nasal
      Lateral + lateral

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