The sound made in the English words with the ''-ing'' suffix. In most accents this sound is also used in ''sing'', ''ring'', ''morning'',
''bring'', ''bang'', ''song'', ''rung'',''sting'', ''string'',
''greeting'' etc. But in my Scots dialect they are pronounced with a uvular nasal distinct from the velar nasal.
In Scots the ''ng'' sound in ''morning'' is different from the ''ng'' sound in ''morning
by Robert October 08, 2004

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