I thought I had already posted this one, but it turns out that I forgot to post it.
Wongatha [waŋkat̪a] is a dialect of the Western Desert macrolanguage that has shifted its palatal stop to a dental stop (can be seen in ngalipa kuthu
[ŋalipa kut̪u]* 'we are one' or in thukurrpa
[t̪ukuɾpa] 'dream'), except before i (not sure on that one, but it has palatal nasal in kanyila
[kaɲila], for example kuthu
/kut̪u/ 'one' corresponding to kutju
/kucu/ in other dialects.
*I don't know if the /l/ is retroflex or alveolar.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PDYU6fnbNo