ⓘ Trilled affricate
Trilled affricates, also known as post-trilled consonants, are consonants which begin as a stop and have a trill release. These consonants are reported to exist in some Northern Paman languages in Australia, as well as in some Chapacuran languages such Wari’ language and Austronesian languages such as Fijian and Malagasy.
In Fijian, Trilling rare in these sounds, and they often differ postalveolar. In Malagasy, they can produce rhotic.