'''Liveadur al [[lec'h distagañ]]
Bez' ez eus e [[saozneg]] tri fonem [[kensonenn dre fri|dre fri]] enebiet an eil ouzh ar re all peurliesañ:
: ''su'''ng''''' (/sʌ'''ŋ'''/: "kanet")
However, with rare exceptions, these sounds are not contrastive before plosives such as /p, t, k/ within the same morpheme. Although all three phones appear before plosives, for example in limp, lint, link, only one of these may appear before each of the plosives. That is, the /m, n, ŋ/ distinction is neutralized before each of the plosives /p, t, k/:
* Only /m/ occurs before /p/ ,
* only /n/ before /t/ , and
* only /ŋ/ before /k/ .
'''Liveadur an [[doare distagañ]]
'''Liveadur ar [[mouezh (yezhoniezh)|vouezh]]:
Breton example: In [[Afrikaans]] terminal devoicing results in homophones such as ''hard'' 'hard' and ''hart'' 'heart' as well as differences in consonant sounds between the singular and plural forms of nouns, for example ''golf'' 'wave' and ''golwe'' 'waves'.