-sgr- nisgrip ‘umbrella’
-zby- balazguzbya ‘crawl: (as a boy)’
-zr- cuzruk  ‘sixteen’
-zgr- azgro:m ‘quiver’
-sby- pa:lisbya ‘polish’
-šcw- bo:rišcwa ‘jute’
-mphy- čhumphyar ‘water fall’
-mbr- kopisumbraqs  ‘coconut frond’
-msp- skomspa  ‘disappear’
-ms- lamsanma  ‘lead (a person)’
-msk- temska ‘staircase’
-nby- grunbya  ‘invite’
-nr- conra:l ‘Monday’
-nsk- zanskolsa ‘kitchen’
-nšn- zanšni ‘stale’
-by- mibyu ‘famous’
-gr- snigra:spa ‘despair (give up hope)’
-sp- saspera ‘security’
-s- nastotbya ‘pretend’
-sk- nuskar ‘mustard’
-skh- baskhan  ‘drenched’
-sl- nasla ‘day after tomorrow’
-zb- zazgar ‘copper pot for cooking’
-zd- bazurtama ‘race (engage in a contest)
-zg- zazgar  ‘coppersmith’
-s- gos ‘collar’
-lby- calbya ‘find’
-ldy- čhulyaq ‘moss’
-rphy- sarphyoks ‘east’
-rby- storbya  ‘disappear’

CCCC type
      In the medial position, consonant clusters of CCCC type also occur along with CC and CCC types. The following combinations are found in CCCC type.


Stops + Fricatives + Stops + Semivowels
{    Stops   } {    Lateral    }
Nasals + Fricatives {               }  + {                 }
{ Fricatives }
{ Semivowels }
-psby- grapsbya ‘plan’
 -gzby- phralugzbya  ‘try’
-mshl- zgrumshlu ‘ballad’
-nzby- hlinzbya  ‘hunt’

There are clusters of homogranic consonants and non-homorganic consonants in the final position. There are no clusters of indentical consonants in this position. So we have class ‘B’ and Class ‘C’. Furthermore there are no clusters of three consonants in the final position.

Class ‘B’
Under class ‘B’ we have nasal and stop combination. The place of articulation is same for both nasals and stops.

Nasals + Stops



-ńč- beńč ‘bench’

Class ‘C’
In the final position, only CC type occurs and not CCC type. The following combinations of sounds occur finally.
Stops + Fricatives
{    Stops   }
Fricatives {               }
{ Fricatives }






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