Category:Phonology
Feature:Consonant-Vowel Ratio WALS
Name:Low
Languages (127):
Conlangs (113):
Kamakawi
Ayeri
Kelenala
Saya
Kazujisha
Qwynegold
Tauro-Piscean
Raitoliste
Ngeyunh
Kisuna
Wikilret
Toki Pona
Omniglot forum language
Modern Arithide
Ngengenoef
Rugian
Gogido
Shsiwhe Luwur
Sngõlpowhetet
P'aa
Ainure
Patakasama
Nisela
FIAL
Austrian
Annese
Ruzian
Surnichian
Eezee
Wooshe
Neimalu
21:9
Zanese
Siginese
Wilas
Apituka
Toilan
Batu
Kanteian
Traxvus
Dapaq
Audente
Hemackle
Dahu
Islysian
South Picksalladed
Muosanese
Mîrkšam
The value here is 1.7, considerably below the natlang mean of 4.25.
Gevey
Ratio: 1.36 (30:22)
Celinese

1.8

Cljek Pikay
Lemyrian
Kti
Kti has six vowels and twelve consonants, making the ratio 2.0
Salhari
Verunic
Treyll
Cherun
Himmaswa
Ieteje
Lodeen
toka na musume
Arka
Nayraki
Frecisce
Lántas
Hace
Baronh
Vishak
kolesch Speech
Fayn
Cwengaer
Kaujasakka
Ancient
Attian
Snahhian
Temarp
Haneko
Brutirric
Lang3
Meino
Proto Tændean
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
Thȧtareni

There are 17 consonants and 9 vowels

C/VQ = Consonant-Vowel Ratio

17 / 9 = 1.889

Old Palen
Riagi
Primitive Tule Defi
Proto Ke Son Lii
Lohsee
Franglispan
Fritheyish
Valthungian
Brooding
Maltcegj
Northeadish
Neoquux
Jorivuzedox (Modern Southern)
Testonian
Deinau
Settamu
Ancient Wiebian
Oklane
Old Kaiese
Patuximis
Thuun
Anikuek
Lioa e Gweu
Ɣu
Iridian
Faljuurodh
Mesak
Sape
Bologau
Eneqa
Kavrinian

Natlangs (14):
English
French
Asmat
Canela-Kraho
German
Imonda
Koromfe
Lango
Maori
Oneida
Sanuma
Vietnamese
Yagua
Dani (Lower Grand Valley)