d- and the cardinal number. Multiples are expressed by xa ʾu- with the relevant cardinal numeral.

Keywords:cardinal numeral; fractions; multiples; ordinal numerals

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This chapter talks about realisation of consonantal phonemes, realisation of vocalic phonemes and diphthongs and gemination of consonants. It presents the inventory of consonantal phonemes in ANA. Any sound whose phonemic status is marginal is given within parentheses. Where voicing is phonologically relevent, unvoiced consonants are given in plain script and voiced consonants in bold face. Fricatives, nasals, trills and approximants are geminated by lengthening the time for which they are pronounced. Plosive consonants are geminated by increasing the time for which the air is held in the buccal cavity before it is released.

Keywords:consonantal phonemes; diphthongs; phonology; vocalic phonemes

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This chapter describes cardinal and ordinal numerals, fractions, multiples, days of the week and seasons. Cardinal number are combined in descending order, usually with the conjuction ʾu- to connect different units. Dedicated forms for the rest of the ordinal numerals do not exist. The concepts "second", "third", etc. are expressed by annexation with the particle d- and the cardinal number. Multiples are expressed by xa ʾu- with the relevant cardinal numeral.

Keywords:cardinal numeral; fractions; multiples; ordinal numerals

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This chapter talks about realisation of consonantal phonemes, realisation of vocalic phonemes and diphthongs and gemination of consonants. It presents the inventory of consonantal phonemes in ANA. Any sound whose phonemic status is marginal is given within parentheses. Where voicing is phonologically relevent, unvoiced consonants are given in plain script and voiced consonants in bold face. Fricatives, nasals, trills and approximants are geminated by lengthening the time for which they are pronounced. Plosive consonants are geminated by increasing the time for which the air is held in the buccal cavity before it is released.

Keywords:consonantal phonemes; diphthongs; phonology; vocalic phonemes

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