suzmccarth scripsit:

> Western Cree encodes V and CV. Syllable final C are all
> continuants, and can be produced vocalically by the native speaker
> as syllables, even written with full syllabic characters (not
> reduced size superscript) when handwriting.

Buginese doesn't even have a way of distinguishing final consonants;
you just have to know which ones they are. It's also common in
Hindi not to use a virama (vowel killer) on a final consonant; again,
you just have to know which inherent vowels aren't pronounced.
They're still abugidas.

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