I'm assuming we only want to use one of the phonemes in a voiced/unvoiced pair such as /t/,/d/ or /k,/g/, one of /l/,r/, and possibly only one or possibly two nasals to avoid confusion where there is lack of distinction in some languages.
However I'm still seeing an aspirant (/h/), a nasal (/n/, /m/, or /ŋ/), probably /l/ (easier than a jawed /r/ in most languages), and possibly semivowels /j/ and /w/ free for the taking.
When combining flags, we combine the sounds of those flags right? So what's the default two-part name for
Some consonants can be combined directly like
tai=:~|): "stai"?, but most obviously cannot, particularly when their vowels also differ.
I would perhaps suggest /h/ for
since it's a light sound, a small adjustment, and it looks like an h. Just a suggestion.
Though, scrolling over the symbols I noticed just now all have short names, so have these already actually been decided?