Category:Phonology
Feature:Voicing in Plosives and Fricatives WALS
Name:In both plosives and fricatives
Languages (486):
Conlangs (449):
Lojban
Asha'ille
Esperanto
Terkunan
SASXSEK
Deini
Livagian [phonetically]
Poswa
Gevey
Khafos
Naidda
Héhà
Nawe
Viksen
Mikiana
Minza
Cholnish
Pasgemanh
Akat
Tseeyo
Sa'nakkan
Rnihonön
Bryatesle
Novegradian
Alashian
Zhyler
Dravean
Kazujisha
Zhytjetji
Rhean
Jarolim
Old Adpihi
Proto-Adpihi
Ghaf
inapo-sakai
Khangathyagon
Qwynegold
Tauro-Piscean
Marijo
Quenya
Chamanar
Sindarin
Velu
Raitoliste
Jarda
Tirelat
Jaghri
Ngetsurt
Torain
Rugian
Senjecas
Songulda
Wikilret
Classical Arithide
Ilvarii
Modern Arithide
Adeyan
Sathir
Tsolyani
gzb
Celíminé
Vallese
Vilani
Liu
Icnac
Malabas
Barip
Gwongbholu
'Yemls
Vitruvian
Taruven
Lhueslue
Wenedyk
Feayran
Zhontós
SAE
Imuthan
Dharratta
Nisela
Katkagor
Tseltsolian
Morlandian
Classical Rossan
Kata
Angosey
Aveata
SIAL
Avorenta
Torete
Buruya Nzaysa
Nakio
Surnichian
Moten
Longrimol
Ryupisasa
Eezee
Alpic
Ayaryen
Gerchish
Rossan
Krig
Rayalaka
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Wooshe
Yivrian
Reisu
Géarthnuns
Neimalu
Classical Magorian
Dacayan
Stemmutsian
Siginese
matorian
Dothraki
Labasje
Saimiar
Elesu
Phanyo
Dzuutani
TIAL
Ngovasi
Thiuas
Denaden
Cenyani
Batu
Enamyn
There is only one voiced fricative, /v/.
Talmit
Naeso
Ampizd
Prakyũ (Classical)
Kymna
Sentalian
Kanteian
Beringian
Dapaq
Audente
Jajuna
Aaro
Hemackle
Rou
Raig
Dzidmitsu
Svørgska
Laroitian
Elanian
Simpified japanese
Fictish
Emyt
South Picksalladed
Muosanese
Proto-Qephex
Myonian
Standard Ancaron
Kumiko
Choch Gwurx
Celdirin
Wanya
Celinese

Partial - some voice/voiceless contrasts:

Contrast: /p/ and /b/, /k/ and /g/, /f/ and /v/ (<f>), /θ/ (th) and /ð/ (ð).

No contrast: In terms of most fricatives, usually, the language has the voiced consonant but not its voiceless equivalent: /s/ but no /z/, /ç/ (final -g) but no /ʝ/, /χ/ (<ch>) but no /ʁ/ and both /ʂ/ and /ʐ/ allophonically.

Baranxe'i
Rawang Ata
Cenemanian
Renge-Terra
Lemyrian
Kti
Kti contrasts voicing on both plosives (/t d/) and fricatives (/s z ʃ ʒ/)
Salhari
Nauspayr
Sakawi
Cerstan
Olgittic
Nevotak
Anshanish
Xashi
Renian
Qorolese
Trikuharric
Tolsian
Tlaymyts
Slyrdian
Korpasian
Rammy
Arroe
Naghtvin
Austrian Celtic
Simbri
Yìrasì
yiqa' yiywos
Arka
gombazi
Standard Hymmnos
Orin
L'starfish Klam
Average language
Athah
Frecisce
anotherunnamed
Prsänëan
Popsiclian
Lup (Simplified)
ProConlang
Latha
Ancient Yakim Language
Old Pakhriban
Poeplish
Kobardon
Vrlungla
Marag
Enterdese
Borchennymendi
Alahithian
Ulmiric
Omluuet
Loglan
Somaltepota
Hercsex
Plosives:

/p/	/b/	/t/	/d/	/c/	/ɟ/	/k/	/ɡ/

Fricatives:

/ts/	/dz/	/tʃ/	/dʒ/
Hace
Barbane
Baronh
Volapuk
donawean
Ebo Lingai
Massalian
Interlingua
PROTO_RELIGIO
Alakulian
Idhunaic
Atsn
Ebisedian
Felbahn
Old Arassenian
Fayn
Cwengaer
Maja
Nahakhontl
Başam
Azniar
Ndok Aisô
City Speech
Old Lonmai luna

it is fairly possible that the actual pronunciation of /dz/ was [z]

Meditsrai
Sonorian
Alley's Language
Necarasso Cryssesa
Sarian
Gehui
Inilt
Northern Lorkan
Prydonian High Gallifreyan
Thensarian
Maksinaunminverbe
Jumban
Adejori
Sathura
Shokitin
Attian
Interslavic
Pastalie Hymmnos
Snahhian
Tizian
Xazik Gohuilim
Aoma
Netagin
Coral Reef language
Tolvian
Haikyly
Khuzdul
Black speech
clikli dialect
Raxic
Ilaini
Iaskyon
Femmish
Glosa
Proto-Zachydic
Not a creole
Aingeljã
Brutirric
Kamëzet
Sazhir
Oligo
Phitonic
Knashta
Guzadinkya
Meletsian
REON4213
Kiitra
Hellanan
Sunbyaku
FeNeKeRe
Geulish
Proto-Gramurn
Adinjo
Palen
Old Palen
Amqoli
Lanbuvia
Ronc Tyu
Khulls
Vrkhazhian
LipTalk
Abaru Human Proto-Language
urdcax
LCR
Laefevesi
Keihansoukaishi
Waku
Vitran
Guezu
Ewheshenin
Sǔra
Franglispan
Minhast
Fritheyish
National Simphonian
Iathi
Oedilaaiffe
Old Greedian
Derovian
Vtayn
Rogel
Savvinic
Ythnandosian
Yeqochun
Leopardish III
Novoslovnica
Hy'Bae
Literary Fire
Summerlandic
Delniit
Valthungian
Maltcegj
merechi
Northeadish
Mirexu
Mli Vjacgu
Mindakri
Temporary1
Alfen
Hafojugat Pehapevum (Middle Western)
Lixaanu hal-'adami
Clofabian
Ancient Wiebian
lietūska
Ba'eni
Definitely phonemic for plosives. The status of fricatives is less clear.
Suiacuili
South Germanic
Kaingu
Ame language
Hux Kham
Old Kaiese
Patuximis
Ido
Arcaicam Esperantom
Mondlango
Anikuek
Gjeyejz-sjayajz
Velan
Abasut
Ernalan
Tasza
Lingua Franca Nova
Idiom Neutral
Valkanshia
Tajju-njo Gwa
Lavrian
Tsatsar
Ensurti
Interlingua Antic
Hayaxmi
Uropi
Omnizzabon
Dearean
Kotava
Numi
Jywe
Draconic
Ganur Lon
Onnasurin
Ussaria
Classical Airumali
Htoleithe
Weakwan
Gadu Fav
Mayato MKII
Pannonian
Thosk
Gravgaln
Tvern El
amman iar
Carrajina
Common Honey
Firen
Jerreneth
Faljuurodh
Gothish
Dheneydabus
Mesak
Kolyma Ainu
Kagian
Saftian
Qrai
Old Sumrë
Dhrahhynian
Interglossa
Ancient Draconian
INS
Szezk
Nomikan
Gan Dostau
Kiriyow (Creole)
TBD
CALS Average Feature Values
Pandunia
Esperanto 1894
At'ik
Istokahi
Zheymi
Anxian
griuskant
Voksigid
Dunia
Seignuric
Kayronic
Darsra
Novial
Nordienisk
Vayardyio
Tadiraki Language
Pandunia (Inflected)
Unish
Menxháo
Bologau
Sambahsa
Melfem
Isoldian
Intal
Interlingue (Occidental)
Frater
Asokon
mundezo
Zdetl
Tojin Simplified
Gavaro
Q.T. Lingua Franca
Hallon
Choton
Dhakhsh
Kesh

Natlangs (37):
English
French
Hungarian
Indonesian
Japanese
Russian
Turkish
Finnish
Abkhaz
Arabic (Egyptian)
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Burmese
Burushaski
Ewe
Georgian
German
Greek (Modern)
Hausa
Hindi
Hunzib
Ingush
Ju|'hoan
Koromfe
Khalkha
Kanuri
Latvian
Lezgian
Malagasy
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Ndyuka
Oromo (Harar)
Paumari
Persian
Sango
Supyire
Swahili
Polish