Category:Phonology
Feature:Consonant Inventories WALS
Name:Moderately small
Languages (190):
Conlangs (163):
Ayeri
SASXSEK
Cholnish
Pasgemanh
Jezzali
Dravean
Kazujisha
Jaibi
Jarolim
Ngeyunh
Yasaro
Ngetsurt
Wikilret
Rithande
Gogido
Lajik
Liu
Rejistanian
Sngõlpowhetet
Shsiwhe Luwur
'Yemls
K'tle
Velyan
Uscaniv
Kuyʔūn
Reosian
Missa

/m n ŋ β ð ɣ p t k t͡s t͡ɕ s ɕ l r j/

Liberalian
Katkagor
Yulasa
Rång
Total: 12
SIAL
Moten
Alpic
Nejadish
|               labial  dental  alveolar    post-alveo.     palatal     velar   glottal
nasal           m               n
plosive         p               t                                       k
fricative       f [v]   θ ð     s z         [ʃ ʒ]                       x [ɣ]   h
flap                            ɾ
approximant                     l                           j           w
Krig
Deata
Tanaman
Reisu
Fila
Zanese
Stemmutsian
Surang Jumbar
Deiku
matorian
Ishtol
Kangir
Elesu
Uirian
Torimish
Batu
b d l v ɡ z p t ɬ f k s ɾ n m ʃ
Uzkian
Kymna
Ngaru
Rou
Dahu
Dzidmitsu
Gnusyak [Ghnushak]
Svørgska
BÐDFGHJKLMNPÞRSTVZ
bðdfghjklmnpþrstvz

B b "be"
Ð ð "eð" / "eth" voiced "th"
D d "de"
F f "ef" 
G g "ge" usually hard, sometimes pernounced as a "y"
H h "ha"
J j "ja" pernounced as english "y"
K k "ka" occssionally pernounced as english "sh"
L l "el"
M m "em"
N n "en"
P p "pe"
Þ þ "þorn" / "thorn" unvoiced "th"
R r "ar" usually rolled slightly
S s "es" when mixed with most consonants becomes "sh"
              when "sj" becomes like the "wh" in cool whip
T t "ta"  when "tj" becomes like "sh"
V v "ve"
Z z "zet" / "tset" like English "ts"
Laroitian
Emyt

17 consonant phonemes: /m p b v~f n t d s r l ɕ ʑ j k g ʔ h/

Kassunetian
Mîrkšam
Myrkçam has a moderately small inventory of 17 consonant phonemes, summarized thus:

            Bilabial    Dental      Alveolar    Alveolopal. Palatal     Velar
Nasal       m                       n                       ɲ           ŋ
Plosive     p                       t                       c           k
Fricative   ɸ           θ           s           ɕ           ç           x~h
Approximant                                                 j
Lab. Approx.                                                            w
Trill                               r

The plosive series contains only the four plosives /p t c k/. All plosives remain unaspirated in all positions in the standard central dialect. No dialect maintains any distinctions of aspiration. Plosives can, however, be slightly labialized before rounded vowels: [pʷ tʷ cʷ kʷ].

The nasal plosives correspond to these oral plosives, comprising /m n ɲ ŋ/. Nasal plosives preceding oral plosives, fricatives, or other nasal plosives across syllable boundaries or within the same syllable assimilate to the corresponding place of articulation. Almost always this occurs at syllable boundaries, as, of these combinations, the syllabic structure of Myrkçam would only permit /mn/, /ɲn/, or /ŋn/ to occur tautosyllabically. Additionally, in all positions /ɲr/ becomes [nr], but no other nasal is assimilated by /r/. A phonotactic constraint forbids /tŋ/ from occurring, and so when it would otherwise appear at syllable boundaries it becomes [tk].

The set of fricatives is comparatively large, consisting of /ɸ θ s ɕ ç x/. It is also the set that is subject to the most variation: while the standard central dialect realizes it as [ɸ θ s ɕ ç x~h] when unvoiced, in some dialects its realization can vary to [f θ s ʃ ç x~h]. In particular the nonstandard use of [f~v] for /ɸ/ has become quite widespread in recent times. Regardless of dialect, /x/ is realized as [x] syllable-finally or when in a consonantal cluster but otherwise realized as [h], disregarding voicing.

Myrkçam has one rhotic consonant /r/ and two approximants /j w/. The rhotic /r/ typically averages two or three taps, but in informal speech it may be reduced to [ɾ] when between two vowels. /w/ only occurs before unrounded vowels. In any case, neither /w/ nor /j/ show any significant variation or allophony, and they are primarily found in diphthongs.

If doubled tautosyllabic consonants arise from morphological or other concerns, they are phonologically reduced to single consonants rather than geminated.
Mungitol
Insular Kett
Celinese There are 18 phonemic consonants: /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /k/, /g/, /m/, /n/, /ɾ/, /f/, /θ/, /ð/, /s/, /χ/, /h/, /l/, /j/ and /w/ in Standard Celinese. [ʂ], [v], [ʐ] and [ç] exist as allophones of /s/, /f/, /ɾ/ and /g/ - /ɾ/ and /g/ become /ʐ/ and /ç/ in word-final position; /s/ becomes /ʂ/ in front of /e/ and /i/, and /f/ becomes /v/ intervocally.
Rawang Ata
Lonmai Luna
Tmaśareʔ
Nevotak
Verunic
Renian
NASALS: /m n/
PLOSIVES: /b t d k/
FRICATIVES: /v s z x/
LATERALS: /ɬ ɮ ɺ/
AFFRICATES: /tɬ dɮ kx/
Moniranian
Kostakan
NASALS: /m n/
PLOSIVES: /p t k p' t' k'/
FRICATIVES: /f s x f' s' x'/
LATERALS: /ɬ ɬ'/
AFFRICATES: /tɬ tɬ'/
Lhaa: Siri

/ɬ/, /tɬ/, /j/, /s/, /l/, /ʔ/, /ɹ/

Qinuith
Manchu
Tlaymyts
Himmaswa

/ b, ʧ, d, f, ɡ, h, ʤ, k, l, m, n, ŋ, ɲ, p, s, t, w, j /

(b, ch, d, f, g, h, j, k, l/r, m, n, ng, ñ, p, s, t, w, y)

/l/ becomes [ɾ] after / t d ʧ ʤ /

Ieteje
Uyendur
Arano
anotherunnamed
Prsänëan
Anikele
Kobardon
Qi (Irfikian Language)
Ata
Somaltepota
Tlar Canà
Interlingua
kolesch Speech
Ry ifa Gor
Tatari Faran
Fayn
/m/ /n/ /p/ /b/ /t/ /d/ /k/ /g/ /f/ /v/ /s/ /x/ /h/ /ʒ/ /ɣ/ /w/ /r/ /l/ 
(m, n, p, b, t, d, c[a,o,u], g, f/ph, bh/mh[e,i], c[e,i], x, th, dh, gh, bh/mh[a,o,u], r, l)
Platapapan
Doayâu
Pymmalian
Necarasso Cryssesa
/p m ɸ β θ t d n s ɬ ɹ l k ɡ x j/ not including allophones
Inilt
Dahawj
Palethian
Levran /t/, /k/, /v/, /ð/, /s/, /ɣ/, /ʔ~h/, /ts/, /tɕ/, /m/, /n/, /ȵ/, /l/, /ɾ~ɹ/
Haikyly
Temarp
Brutirric
Kamëzet
Guzadinkya
Wally Toxic
Thȧtareni

There are 17 consonants:

<B,b> ==== /b/

<D,d> ==== /d/

<F,f> ==== /pf/

<H,h> ==== /χ/

<J,j> ==== /ʒ/

<K,k> ==== /k/

<L,l> ==== /ɭ/

<M,m> ==== /m/

<N,n> ==== /ɲ~n/

<P,p> ==== /p/

<Pb,pb> === /p'/

<Q,q> ==== /k'/

<R,r> ==== /ʀ/

<S,s> ==== /z/

<T,t> ==== /t/

<Th,th> === /θ/

<Z,z> ==== /ʃ/

Riagi
Abaru Human Proto-Language

16 Consonants

Grapheme IPA
B,b b
C,c ʧ
D,d d
H,h ɦ
J,j ʒ
K,k k
L,l l
M,m m
N.n n
R,r ɹ
S,s s
T,t t
V,v v
W,w w
X,x x
Y,y ʎ

/b/ realized as /p/ in some dialects

Keihansoukaishi
Telim
Waku pʲ pˠ t k
bʲ bˠ ʝ ɣ
mʲ mˠ n ŋ
l
r
Nefer Jed
Azniar
Primitive Tule Defi
Laucariman
Doubleyew Eyepea
Old Greedian
Negric
Salga
Leopardish III
Literary Fire
Omayna
Workinprogressian
Proto-Tampoluric
Nasals                  m   n           ŋ
Stops                   p   t           k   kʷ  kp
Unvoiced continuants        s   ɬ                   χ   h
Voiced continuants          r   l   j   ɣ   w       ʁ
Kratish
Northeadish
Mirexu
Temporary1
Alfen
Pach'o
lietūska
Nattoretan
Idiom Neutral
Lavrian
Ensurti
Interlingua Antic
Numi
Lrahran
Talbas
Common Honey
Firen
/p t k b d g/ ⟨p t k b d g⟩
/s z ɸ β/ ⟨s z f v⟩
/h l ʀ tʃ dʒ/ ⟨h l r č j⟩
/n m/ ⟨n m⟩
Selade
Diplomatic Shessith
Etelegbe
Mesak
Magralgarlu
Eitinodo
Interglossa
Esperanto 1894
Ḍoláh
Wistanian
Enlalen
Novial
Laga
Westlandish
Nylaf
Melfem
Intal
Hallon

Natlangs (27):
Japanese
Finnish
Acoma
Arapesh
Chukchi
Epena Pedee
Evenki
Hixkaryana
Kayardild
Ket
Koromfe
Latvian
Luvale
Maung
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Mangarrayi
Ndyuka
Piraha
Rama
Shipibo-Konibo
Supyire
Wari'
Yaqui
Yoruba
Ika
Koyraboro Senni
Urubu-Kaapor