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On Wed, 16 Jul 2003 08:32:02 +0200, Rob Nierse <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

><<<<
>My understanding is that they do occur, but in a very small number of
>languages - possibly only a single language family, New Guinea perhaps,
>but my memory is not quite precise enough. I forget how they're
>represented in IPA, but I think there is a way.
>>>>>
>
>I remember to have read that a South American language also has a linguolabial. Unfortunatley, I 've forgotten the source and the language .....
>Rob

The examples in Ladefoged & Maddieson (_The Sounds of the World's
Languages_) are from Tangoa (a language from Vanuatu). The symbol used is a
"subscript seagull" under the symbol for a dental consonant: [t_N], [n_N],
[D_N].