We provide auditory data for the center of gravity (COG) and the resonances of two spectral peaks for the lingual stop bursts of all five Nǀuu click types that differ in the location of the anterior and posterior constrictions. The COG and the resonance of two spectral peaks for lingual bursts in lingual and linguo-pulmonic (LP) stops do not differ between the two sets of clicks. We provide auditory spectra and the COG in the pulmonic posterior bursts of LP stops and [k] and [q]. Results support the claim that place of articulation for the pulmonic portion of LP stops is contrastive, uvular in the case of uvular clicks and upper pharyngeal for dental and palatal clicks, as with lingual stops. LP stops differ from lingual stops in that they are contour segments on the airstream dimension: a new type of segment.