Trebor Jung wrote: > Do any natlangs (or conlangs, for that matter) have voiceless nasals or > liquids? > Trebor > "Ithkuil is notable in being the only life-threatening conlang." > --Vlad, Zompist BBoard Burmese is a typical example of a language with voiceless nasals. A few sound samples are here: http://hctv.humnet.ucla.edu/departments/linguistics/VowelsandConsonants/vowels/chapter12/burmese.html I don't recall if any of my languages have voiceless nasals, but Tirelat has a voiceless trill. Listen to the examples: http://www.io.com/~hmiller/mp3/Tirelat-rh.mp3 The words illustrated are: rhaafi "marshmallow" xiarhi "rough, uneven" narh "science".