Austric
"x/y" means that "y is a voiced x".  Brackets indicate coarticulation or nonstandard ASCII representation.

Hawai'ian - Ikiribati - Mon - Tagalog - Vietnamese -


Hawai'ian

Consonants
 
Bilabial Dental Velar Glottal
Stop p   k '
Fricative       h
Nasal m n    
Liquid/Glide w l    
Vowels
Length is contrastive for all vowels.
i   u
e   o
  a  
Source: A Hawai'ian Language Pronunciation Guide.

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Ikiribati (Kiribati, Gilbertese)

Consonants
 
Bilabial Dental Velar
Stop p t k
Nasal m n N
Liquid/Glide w r  
Vowels
 
i   u
e   o
  a  
Source: Kiribati Grammar.

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Mon

Consonants
 
Bilabial Dental Palatal Velar Glottal
Stops Voiceless Unaspirated p t [ty] k '
Voiceless Aspirate [ph] [th] [tyh] [kh]  
Implosive ['b] ['d]      
Fricatives   s (S)*   h
Nasals m n ñ N  
Liquids w l, r y    
*[S] is only found in Burmese loans.

Vowels
 
i   u
e  ^ o
E  * O
  a  
Intonation
1. High tone, voicing of vowel ordinary to creaky; 2. Low tone, breathy vowel.

Source: Mon Phonology.

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Tagalog

Consonants
 
Bilabial Dental Velar Glottal
Stop p/b t/d k/g '
Fricative   s   h
Nasal m n N  
Liquid/Glide w l, r y  
Vowels
 
i   u
e   o
  a  
Source: Speak TagalogTM.

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Vietnamese

Consonants
 
Bilabial Alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Glottal
Stops p/b t/d, [th]* t [ty] k  
Fricatives f/v s,z s/z x/[Y]
Nasals m n   ñ N  
Liquids   l        
*/th/ is an unvoiced, aspirated alveolar stop

Vowels
Rounding is contrastive for non-low back vowels.
i   u, u
e   o, o
E
a
O
æ a
Tonemes
1. High-mid (long, drawn out, falling at end); 2. high (tense, rising); 3. low (lax); 4. mid-low (tense, dip-rise); 5. low (tense or glottalized, falling)

 Source: The World's Major Languages.

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