Slender N Slender N
Let’s have a look at the slender N sound in Gaelic.
The slender N sound is made by pressing the tongue against the palate, and is made when the N occurs next to e or i in a word. The slender N can be heard in nigh (wash):
wash your hands
You can also hear the slender N sound in sneachd (snow):
Additionally, this can be heard in nead (a nest):
a small nest
And a final example is ìnean (nails):