ON. voiceless stops were voiced before nasals; [{ptk}{mn}] > [{bdg}{mn}]

ON. voiceless stops were voiced before nasals; [{ptk}{mn}] > [{bdg}{mn}]

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References ✧ PE22/26, 35

Variations

Phonetic Rule Elements

[pn] > [bn]
[tn] > [dn]
[kn] > [gn]
[pm] > [bm]
[tm] > [dm]
[km] > [gm]

Phonetic Rule Examples

nakma > nagma km > gm ᴹ✶nakma > N. naew ✧ Ety/NAK.023
rakme > ragme km > gm ᴹ✶rakmē > ON. ragme ✧ Ety/RAK.028
takma > tagma km > gm ᴹ✶takmā > N. taew ✧ Ety/TAK.073
tekme > tegme km > gm ᴹ✶tekmē > N. tîw ✧ Ety/TEK.050
tulukme > tulugme km > gm ᴹ✶tulukmē > ON. tulugme ✧ Ety/TULUK.023
lekna > legna kn > gn ᴹ√LEK > lhein > N. lhain ✧ Ety/LEK.008
ndakno > ndagno kn > gn ᴹ√NDAK > ON. ndagno ✧ Ety/NDAK.009
kelepna > kelebna pn > bn ᴹ√KYÉLEP > celefn > N. celevon ✧ Ety/KYELEP.053
lepnar > lebnar pn > bn ᴹ✶lepenar > N. lhevnar ✧ EtyAC/LEP.015
jatme > jadme tm > dm ᴹ✶yatmā > N. ianw ✧ Ety/YAT.017
jatme > jadme tm > dm ᴹ✶yatmā > ON. yadme ✧ Ety/ƷEL.049-2
matna > madna tn > dn ᴹ✶matna > N. mann ✧ EtyAC/MAT.017
patna > padna tn > dn ᴹ✶patnā > N. pann ✧ Ety/PAT.029
patna- > padna- tn > dn ᴹ√PAT > N. panno ✧ Ety/PAT.025