As a native speaker of Georgian, I'm interested in learning more about Phonology of my native language.

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This work by Butskhrikidze is reasonably detailed though not comprehensive: you can follow the references therein to expand the coverage. I would also include Ritter "Georgian consonant clusters: The complexity is in the structure, not the melody", which was published later, but which is more a theoretical interpretation in a particular framework.

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