Category:Phonology
Feature:Vowel Nasalization WALS
Name:Contrast present
Languages (133):
Conlangs (108):
Livagian [phonetically]
Héhà
Nawe
Ayasthi
Saya
Jaibi
Ngeyunh
Yasaro
Torain
Modern Arithide
gzb
Vallese
Ryupisasa
Latadid
Dainyu
Waysignig
Sngõlpowhetet
Barip
new
P'aa
Wenedyk
Mavakhalan
Dharratta
Morlandian
Aveata
Ruzian

A nasal "i" can be an allophone of "ɨ".

Fila
Nova
Solaric
project 1
Wooshe
Stemmutsian
Siginese
Paagnnyaglŝ
Phanyo
Ampizd
Uzkian
Prakyũ (Classical)
Rarlang
Ukhshaya
Dètren
Hemackle
Dahu
Ataican
Gnusyak [Ghnushak]
Mekoshan
Elanian
Aixosixomi
Emyt
Choch Gwurx
Fae
Baranxe'i
Zorillo

All twelve vowels can be nasalised - before <m> or <n>.

Tmaśareʔ
Olgittic
Briötto
Moniranian
Qorolese
Cherun
Tolsian
Arroe
Austrian Celtic
Miwonsha
Prsänëan
Popsiclian
Borchennymendi
Ata
Kiswona
Massalian
Ebisedian
City Speech
Alley's Language
Northern Lorkan
Tengan
Sathura
Madekankomi
clikli dialect

in the roman transcriptions given, the syllable-coda n represents the nasalization of the preceding vowel,

while the syllable-initial n represents the consonant /n/.

Knashta
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
Ronc Tyu
urdcax
Taalen
Proto Ke Son Lii
Lohsee
NaN
SLMN
Caryatic
A nasal, before a homorganic consonant, is realized as nasalization of the previous vowel.
Iathi
Proto-Toroq
Yeqochun
Novoslovnica
Hy'Bae
Kratish
Delniit
Jel
Agyiyi
Song
Salga
Lavrian
Tsatsar
Dearean
Gadu Fav
Mane Injsikut
Selade
Leom
Kiriyow (Creole)
Random
Ythnandosian

Natlangs (25):
French
Apurina
Bagirmi
Burushaski
Epena Pedee
Grebo
Guarani
Hindi
Hunzib
Koromfe
Koasati
Lango
Lakhota
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Sango
Slave
Sanuma
Supyire
Wari'
Warao
Yagua
Yoruba
Mundari
Karok
Urubu-Kaapor