The voiced velar nasal is a occurring in different languages of the world consonant. The sound is egressive, voiced velar nasal and a consonant. Its IPA symbol is [ ŋ ]; in Latin writings, the reproduced sound often with the digraph ng, own characters for the volume are Ŋ ( Saami and Africa alphabet ), Ň ( Turkmen ), G ( Guaraní ) and G ( Fiji).
Phonetic and orthographic realization of the voiced velar nasal at the end of a syllable in different languages:
- German [ ŋ ]: Usually due
, in front of / k / by mere . Example: Fink [ fɪŋk ], Ding [ dɪŋ ]
- Example: sing [ sɪŋ ], angle [ æŋgəl ] think [ θɪŋk ]
- Examples: vengo [ vɛŋgo ], cinquanta [ tʃiŋkwanta ]
- Examples: سنگر [ sæŋgær ], کنکور [ above d ː r]
- Example: lengua [ leŋgwa ]
In Greek and Latin grammar of sound Agma means.
In most European languages, this can not be sound in word-initial, but in many other languages - especially in Africa, East and Southeast Asia - it comes as a separate phoneme in front, for example, in word-initial. Examples:
- Indonesian: Ngarai [ Narai ] "valley"
- Vietnamese: Nguoi [ ŋɨɜj ] "man"
- Cantonese:鸭[Na ː p] " duck "
- Burmese: ငါ [ NA ] " I "
- Khmer: ងាវ [ Nieo ] " oyster"
- Thai: งู [ nu ː ] "snake"
- Swahili: ngoma [ NOMA ] " drum "