1. Labial consonants, however, were unaffected by the above palatalizations. 2. If a labial consonant immediately precedes, palatalisation is triggered. 3. Moreover, Zulu does not generally tolerate sequences of a labial consonant plus. 4. It seems to have been favored when was adjacent to labial consonants or. 5. They are available only for labial consonants } } and coronal consonants } }. 6. Lastly, w is a continuant and labial consonant ( Capell, 1969 ). 7. A change in unstressed vowels when absolute enclitic position has labial consonant and vowel assimilation. 8. Whenever follows a labial consonant, it changes to, which then triggers palatalisation of the consonant. 9. The voiced labial consonants and ( represented by and, respectively ) both developed a fricative as an intervocalic allophone. 10. The labial vowel sounds usually still remain, but only as allophones next to the now- labial consonant sounds.