|Voiced retroflex implosive|
The voiced retroflex implosive is a type of consonantal sound. It is not known to be phonemically distinct from alveolar /ɗ/ in any language. Sindhi has an implosive that varies between dental and retroflex articulation, while Oromo, Saraiki and Ngad'a have /ᶑ/ but not /ɗ/.
The symbol for this, ⟨ᶑ⟩ (a D with a tail for retroflex and a hook-top for implosive), is not "explicitly" approved by the IPA, but is mentioned in the IPA Handbook.
Features of the voiced retroflex implosive:
|Saraiki||ݙاک||[ᶑak]||'mail'||Either apical or subapical, place of articulation is more forward than|
for the retroflex stops, does not contrast with a dental implosive