Bengali

Code ISO 639-3: ben

Classification: Indo-European > Indo-Iranian > Indo-Aryan > Indo-Aryan Eastern zone > Oriya-Gauda-Kamrupa > Gauda-Kamrupa > Gauda-Banga > Bengali

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Inventaires de phonèmes de cette langue trouvés dans PHOIBLE

  • Bengali (RA) (48 segments)
    a , b , b̤ , cç , cçʰ , d̪ , d̪̤ , e , h , i , j , k , kʰ , l , m , n , o , õ̞ , p , pʰ , r , s , t̪ , t̪ʰ , u , ũː , w , æ , æ̞̃ , ç , ŋ , ɑ̃ , ɔ , ɖ , ɖ̤ , ɛ̃ , ɟʝ , ɟ̤ʝ , ɡ , ɡʰ , ɦ , ɪ̃ , ɽ , ɽ̤ , ɾ , ʈ , ʈʰ , ʊ̃
  • Bengali (SPA) (53 segments)
    a , ã , b , b̤ , d , d̠ʒ , d̠ʒ̤ , d̤ , e̞ , ẽ̞ , e̯ , h , j , k , kʰ , l , l̤ , m , m̤ , n , n̤ , o , õ , o̞ , o̯ , p , pʰ , s , t , tʰ , t̠ʃ , t̠ʃʰ , w , æ , æ̃ , ç , ŋ , ɔ , ɔ̃ , ɖ , ɖ̤ , ɡ , ɡ̤ , ɪ , ɪ̃ , ɽ , ɽ̤ , ɾ , ɾ̤ , ʈ , ʈʰ , ʊ , ʊ̃
  • Bengali (UPSID) (43 segments)
    a , ã , b , b̤ , d̠ʒ , d̠ʒ̤ , d̪ , d̪̤ , e̞ , ẽ̞ , h , k , kʰ , l , m , n , o , õ , p , pʰ , s̪ , t̠ʃ , t̠ʃʰ , t̪ , t̪ʰ , æ , æ̃ , ŋ , ɔ , ɔ̃ , ɕ , ɖ , ɖ̤ , ɡ , ɡ̤ , ɪ , ɪ̃ , ɽ , ɾ , ʈ , ʈʰ , ʊ , ʊ̃

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