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" Ч denotes a nasal sound similar to the French n in bon, or the English n in drink. As there are only comparatively very few cases where a full n is used at the end of a syllable, no distinctive mark has boen found necessary. "
A Dakota-English Dictionary - Page 2
by Stephen Return Riggs - 1892 - 665 pages
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Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, Volume 4

Science - 1852
...Titonwaq dialect. m, has the same sound as in English. n, has the common sound of n in English. n, denotes a nasal sound similar to the French n in bon, or the English n in drink. Formerly represented by n. p, has the sound of English p, with a little more volume and stress of voice....
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Dakota Grammar, Texts, and Ethnography, Volume 9

Stephen Return Riggs - Dakota (Langue) - Grammaire - 1893 - 239 pages
...the Titonwaq dialect. in has the same sound as in English. n has the common sound of n in English. ij denotes a nasal sound similar to the French n in bon,...at the end of a syllable, no distinctive mark has been found necessary. Hence in all our other printing the nasal continues to be represented by the...
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Teton Sioux Music and Culture

Frances Densmore - Music - 2001 - 672 pages
...the Titonwai) dialect. m has the same sound as in English. n has the common sound of n in English. q denotes a nasal sound similar to the French n in bon, or the English n in drink. p has the sound of English -D. with slightly greater volume and stress. s has the surd sound of English...
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Dakota Grammar: With Texts and Ethnography

Stephen Return Riggs - History - 1893 - 239 pages
...common sound of n in Engllsh. ii denotes a nasal sound similar to the French n in hou, or the Engllsh n in drink. As there are only comparatively very few...at the end of a syllable, no distinctive mark has been found necessary. Hence in all our other printing the nasal continues to be represented by the...
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Wakpa Minisota!

Jerome William DeWolfe - Fiction - 2005 - 208 pages
...resembling the Arabic ghain. ]\ represents a strong 'surd guttural resembling the Arabic kha. D(q) denotes a nasal sound similar to the French n in bon, or the English n in drink. S(s) is an aspirated s, having the sound of English sh, as in shine. Z(z) is an aspirated z, having...
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