In Sakha, there are numerous consonant assimilations that differ by suffixes. As in /Nouns, there are also articulation of the corresponding native consonants. The definitions include:
Sonorants: In most cases, all sonorant consonants (й, р) except nasals. The suffix form's first letter usually has voiced consonants.
Nasals: All nasal consonants (м, н, ҥ). The suffix form's first letter usually has м or н. However I found a Chinese-language source that the plural suffix -ЛАр, for example, have the assimilated form -ҥАр after -ҥ- (тииҥ → тииҥҥар), although in fact, the nasal velar variant is almost non-existent except the Baidu Baike page and its mirrors.