N, R

 

n sounds like the [ n ] in nod.

ne:ˀ it is that

í:nǫh it is far

 

n sounds like the < n > [ n̥ ] in snore before < h > or whispered vowels:

gǫnheˀ I am alive

deganǫ̲hsá:ge: two houses

 

r [ ɹ ] sounds like the [ r ] in unrest, drain, or grow:

onráhdaˀ leaf

gwadre:ˀ my grandchild

oˀgraˀ snow; snowflake

 

r sounds like the < r > [ ɹ̥ ] in train in the < tr > spelling, or when < dr > is before a whispered vowel:

atriht you broke

hęnódra̲htaˀ they (m) sprinkle on

 

r sounds like the < r > [ ɹ̥ ] in creek in the < kr > spelling, or when < gr > is before a whispered vowel:

ękręˀ I will set it

gra̲he:t tree