/b d g/ <b d g>
/s̪ s̺ x/ <z s h>
/m n/ <m n>
/(w) l̪~ɾ (j)/ <(u) l~r (i)>
The liquid shows marked allophony; it is realised as a flap before and as a lateral when word-final or before a consonant, and additionally is not found word-initially.
/i u/ <i u>
/e o/ <e o>
Syllable structure is (C)(r)V(V)(C), where any single consonant may appear in the onset or coda and any obstruent may be followed by the liquid. There are no restrictions on vowel sequences, however sequences of two vowels where one of them is close syllabify as a single syllable. The sibilants, /n/ and the liquid may also occur as syllable nuclei, however these do not cluster with vowels.
Stress is weight-sensitive, usually penultimate unless the ultimate syllable is heavier, where a syllable is counted as heavy if it has either a complex nucleus or a sonorant coda.
/p t k/
/v ʃ h/
/m ɹ j n~ŋ/
The non-labial nasal shows a great deal of variation in pronunciation between speakers, however it is consistently pronounced as an alveolar before /t ʃ ɹ/ and as a velar before /k h/.
/e ə o/
Syllable structure is CV(C), where coda consonants are restricted to /t k h n~ŋ r/, where the nasal assimilates to the POA of the following consonant. Additionally /r/ is not permitted word-initially.
Stress may fall on either the penult or the ultima, and additionally the stress may have either a high or falling accent.