Contributor RA: Ramaswami, N.

These inventories come from Common Linguistic Features in Indian Languages: Phoentics, by N. Ramaswami. This source contains 100 languages' phonetic inventories, as compiled from various works on languages of India.

Inventory Language Segments Vowels Consonants Tones
Balti (RA 1709) Balti 53 18 35 0
Angami (RA 1703) Angami Naga 49 6 38 5
Mishmi (RA 1767) Kman 54 16 34 4
Gade-Lohar (RA 1721) Gade Lohar 50 19 31 0
Yerukala (RA 1800) Yerukula 38 18 20 0
Koraga (RA 1748) Korra Koraga 34 13 21 0
Konkani (RA 1747) Maharashtrian Konkani 45 10 35 0
Bhili (RA 1712) Bhili 62 27 35 0
Sindhi (RA 1786) Sindhi 61 20 41 0
Apatani (RA 1705) Apatani 40 13 24 3
Didayi (RA 1720) Gata' 38 14 24 0
Naiki (RA 1771) Naiki 46 10 36 0
Mising (RA 1768) Mising 46 9 34 3
Tangsa (RA 1790) Pangwa Naga 29 6 23 0
Parji (RA 1777) Duruwa 31 10 21 0
Nicobarese (RA 1773) Central Nicobarese 35 19 16 0
Korku (RA 1749) Korku 37 11 26 0
Kurux (RA 1754) Kurukh 56 25 31 0
Punjabi (RA 1780) Eastern Panjabi 54 19 32 3
Vaagri Boli (RA 1798) Vaagri Booli 37 14 23 0
Remo (RA 1781) Bondo 40 13 27 0
Santali (RA 1783) Santali 46 11 35 0
Halbi (RA 1727) Halbi 42 13 29 0
Hindi (RA 1728) Hindi 58 21 37 0
Kattunaika (RA 1739) Jennu Kurumba 33 7 26 0
BoRo (RA 1714) Boro (Ethiopia) 32 8 22 2
Kumauni (RA 1753) Kumaoni 42 11 31 0
Kashmiri (RA 1738) Kashmiri 56 28 28 0
Jaunsari (RA 1731) Jaunsari 51 17 34 0
Lamani (RA 1757) Lambadi 48 18 30 0
Ao-Naga (RA 1704) Ao Naga 35 8 24 3
Tangkul Naga (RA 1789) East-Central Tangkhul Naga 40 13 27 0
Kota (RA 1750) Kota (India) 41 15 26 0
Thaadou (RA 1792) Thado Chin 34 8 23 3
Manipuri (RA 1764) Manipuri 38 8 27 3
Andamanese (RA 1702) A-Pucikwar 35 10 25 0
Marathi (RA 1766) Marathi 55 13 42 0
Kon̩ekar Gadaba (RA 1746) Mudhili Gadaba 31 12 19 0
Bengali (RA 1711) Bengali 48 14 34 0
Kannada (RA 1734) Kannada 47 11 36 0
Gallong (RA 1722) Galo 29 12 17 0
Paite (RA 1776) Paite Chin 30 6 19 5
Koya (RA 1751) Koya 31 10 21 0
Lushai (RA 1760) Mizo 43 6 33 4
Juang (RA 1732) Juang 36 12 24 0
Kod̩agu (RA 1743) Kodava 52 25 27 0
Oriya (RA 1775) Odia 43 12 31 0
Sanskrit (RA 1782) Sanskrit 45 8 37 0
Nepali (RA 1772) Nepali 47 12 35 0
Lotha (RA 1759) Lotha Naga 46 8 35 3
Gujarati (RA 1725) Gujarati 60 25 35 0
Bundeli (RA 1716) Bundeli 55 17 38 0
Kanigke:rgotti (RA 1735) Saurashtra 42 10 32 0
Mao-Naga (RA 1765) Mao Naga 30 6 20 4
Garo (RA 1723) Garo 21 5 16 0
Khezha (RA 1742) Khezha Naga 53 8 42 3
Maithili (RA 1761) Maithili 42 8 34 0
Ladakhi (RA 1756) Leh-Kenhat 45 8 37 0
Irula (RA 1730) Irula of the Nilgiri 52 21 31 0
Pengo (RA 1779) Pengo 32 10 22 0
Malto (RA 1763) Sauria Paharia 34 10 24 0
Darmiya (RA 1719) Darma 42 8 34 0
Shina (RA 1785) Shina 48 13 35 0
Toda (RA 1793) Toda 53 15 38 0
Kon̩d̩a or Kubi (RA 1745) Konda-Dora 43 20 23 0
Ho (RA 1729) Ho 43 19 24 0
Moyon (RA 1769) Moyon 40 13 24 3
Tripuri (RA 1794) Kok Borok 34 9 25 0
Chandangs and Byangs (RA 1717) Chaudangsi 42 8 34 0
Tamil (RA 1788) Tamil 43 11 32 0
Bhumij (RA 1713) Mundari 54 21 33 0
Brokskat (RA 1715) Brokskat 56 15 41 0
Chokri (RA 1718) Chokri Naga 39 5 34 0
Pat̩t̩an̩i (RA 1778) Pattani 44 6 38 0
Lepca (RA 1758) Lepcha 36 10 26 0
Assamese (RA 1706) Assamese 37 15 22 0
Tulu (RA 1795) Tulu 35 12 23 0
Khasi (RA 1741) Khasi 40 13 27 0
Awadhi (RA 1707) Awadhi 45 8 37 0
Abujmaria (RA 1701) Abujmaria 39 17 22 0
Kolami (RA 1744) Northwestern Kolami 34 13 21 0
Kharia (RA 1740) Kharia 45 14 31 0
Urdu (RA 1797) Urdu 54 19 35 0
Gutob (RA 1726) Bodo Gadaba 40 19 21 0
Malayalam (RA 1762) Malayalam 43 13 30 0
Mundari (RA 1770) Mundari 39 18 21 0
Kui (RA 1752) Kui (India) 39 19 20 0
Banjara (RA 1710) Lambadi 34 10 24 0
Urali (RA 1796) Urali of Idukki 46 20 26 0
Yerava (RA 1799) Ravula 39 16 23 0
Kuvi (RA 1755) Kuvi 47 19 28 0
Gojri (RA 1724) Gujari 57 19 35 3
Ollari (RA 1774) Pottangi Ollar Gadaba 34 12 22 0
Karbi (Mikir) (RA 1736) Hills Karbi 42 11 28 3
Kasaba (RA 1737) Irula of the Nilgiri 30 7 23 0
Telugu (RA 1791) Telugu 51 11 40 0
Kangri (RA 1733) Kangri 41 12 29 0
Soːra (RA 1787) Sora 31 10 21 0
Sema (RA 1784) Sumi Naga 49 11 35 3
Badaga (RA 1708) Badaga 38 13 25 0

The RA folder contains data from:

Ramswami, N. 1999. Common Linguistic Features in Indian Languages: Phonetics. Central Institute of Indian Languages. Mysore, India.

and was compiled by the phoible developers. The data are available in phoible wide format in Ramaswami1999.tsv and contain only phonemes, with no information on allophones or linguistic tone.

We have converted IPA symbols in the raw data in line with the phoible conventions and Unicode IPA. We have also collected for each citation a BibTeX reference, available in the Ramaswami1999.bib file and also in the phoible-references.bib file.

Note that the ISO 639-3 codes in the RA source may be out of date with the current ISO 639-3 standard. For more info, see: https://iso639-3.sil.org/.

For up-to-date language codes for each inventory, we maintain a phoible index here: InventoryID-LanguageCodes.tsv.