Category:Phonology
Feature:The Velar Nasal WALS
Name:No initial velar nasal
Languages (158):
Conlangs (141):
Terkunan
Ayeri
SASXSEK
Deini
Naidda
Nawe
Þrjótrunn
Kazujisha
Tauro-Piscean
Marijo
Yasaro
Torain
Songulda
Classical Arithide
Modern Arithide
Eridanian
Neo-Khitanese
Celíminé
Ryupisasa
Icnac
Dainyu
Malabas
Hacherian
Wenedyk
SAE
Yulasa
Austrian
Alopian
Sjal
Longrimol
Eezee
Gerchish
Krig
Theadish
Classical Magorian
Deiku
Dothraki
Elesu
Dzuutani
Proto-Kunnu-lujungo
Denaden
Emnonian
Talmit
Kymna
Beringian
Rarlang
Ukhshaya
Raig
nedefinati
Svørgska
Elanian
South Picksalladed
Myonian
Renge-Terra
Insular Kett
Rawang Ata
Gonjonic
Qorolese
Manchu
Slyrdian
Uyendur
Town Speech
Kaynuryos
Lup (Simplified)
Latha
Anikele
Enterdese
Borchennymendi
Mandalorian
Okuna
Hercsex
Hace
Interlingua
PROTO_RELIGIO
kolesch Speech
Applelang
Kaujasakka
Old Zarcosian
Begonian
Veng
Xazik Gohuilim
Emeranye
Aoma
Haikyly
[g] occurs as an allophone of /ŋ/in word-initial position.
Aingeljã
Phitonic
Antiranto
Hellanan
Geulish
Proto-Gramurn
Palen
Old Palen
Shujum
Telim
Old Balres
Laucariman
Kaidu
Minhast
Caryatic
Old Greedian
Spraka
Literary Fire
Workinprogressian
Valthungian
Brooding
Northeadish
Jutean
Ancient Wiebian
Ba'eni
Ba'eni has merged initial [ŋ] with /n/, but it is likely that closely related languages, or even certain speakers of Ba'eni itself, preserve this distinction.
South Germanic
Kaingu
Patuximis
Negric
Lingwa de Planeta
Tasza
Trayks
Tsatsar
Interlingua Antic
Hayaxmi
Omnizzabon
Karemar
Gadu Fav
amman iar
Carrajina
Saftian
Lortho
Random
Miirna
At'ik
Zheymi
Anxian
griuskant
Audhrinn
Wistanian
Atlam
Dunia
Eldtyric
Vayardyio
Sambahsa
Choton

Natlangs (17):
English
Mandarin
Finnish
Burushaski
German
Greenlandic (West)
Hmong Njua
Ju|'hoan
Ket
Koromfe
Khalkha
Khmer
Kobon
Korean
Mundari
Dani (Lower Grand Valley)
Urubu-Kaapor