Kómnzo language: Difference between revisions

Phonology
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==Phonology==
Its number words use a [[senary]] numeral system, with the following numerals: ''nimbo'' (6<sup>1</sup>), ''féta'' (6<sup>2</sup>), ''tarumba'' (6<sup>3</sup>), ''ntamno'' (6<sup>4</sup>), ''wärämäkä'' (6<sup>5</sup>), ''wi'' (6<sup>6</sup>).
Kómnzo phonemic inventory:<ref name="Evans-Southern">{{cite book |last=Evans |first=Nicholas |authorlink=Nicholas Evans (linguist) |editor1-last=Palmer |editor1-first=Bill |date=2018 |title=The Languages and Linguistics of the New Guinea Area: A Comprehensive Guide |chapter=The languages of Southern New Guinea |series= The World of Linguistics |volume=4 |location=Berlin |publisher=De Gruyter Mouton |pages=641-774 |isbn=978-3-11-028642-7}}</ref>
 
;Consonants: mb, t, nd, k, ŋɡ, kw, ŋɡw, m, n, ŋ, ɸ, ʦ, nʣ, ð s, r, w, j
 
*Consonants occurring only in loanwords are b, g, d, l.
 
;Vowels: i, e, æ, a, ʏ, ø, u, o
 
==Numeral system==
Its number words use a [[senary]] numeral system, with the following numerals: ''nimbo'' (6<sup>1</sup>), ''féta'' (6<sup>2</sup>), ''tarumba'' (6<sup>3</sup>), ''ntamno'' (6<sup>4</sup>), ''wärämäkä'' (6<sup>5</sup>), ''wi'' (6<sup>6</sup>).
 
==References==