I am not aware of postalveolar non-sibilant voiceless fricatives even existing (even though alveolar non-sibilant fricatives do exist), especially adjacent to a postaveolar sibilant voiceless fricative. If they did exist, I would expect the situation to be highly unstable, and to quickly turn into just [ʃː].yangfiretiger121 wrote:Great! Would /ʃ͡ɹ̠̊˔/ or [ʃɹ̠̊˔] be the most likely outcome of <shr> since both components are voiceless post-alveolar fricatives?
I do question why you have a single voiceless nasal with no matching voiced nasal rather than series of voiced nasals and a matching series of voiceless nasals.yangfiretiger121 wrote:Which inventory layout below is correct for the coarticulations since they have their own IPA table?
/m n ɲ ŋ̊ n͡m/
/m n ɲ ŋ̊/
Anyways, I would put that as:
/m n ɲ n͡m/