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- The stops /p, t, c, k/ have no audible release when occurring as syllable finals
- Khmer consonants belong to two classes that dictate the value of dependent vowels.
- Can be changed to 1st series by stacking a ហ above the subscript form. See here for further details.
- never occurs at the end of words
- ត is used by orthographic convention to represent ɗ in disyllabic words whose underlying form is spelled with ត or ថ as opposed to derivatives of bases spelled with ដ, which keep the original ដ for ɗ.
- in certain words of Pali or Sanskrit origin
- final រ is silent (not transcribed) in central dialects of Cambodia and Vietnam, represents a trill in Northern Khmer dialects of Thailand
- before palatals