Stress Correlate Database: by Anya Lunden and Nick Kalivoda; see http://wmpeople.wm.edu/site/sllund/stresscorrelatedatabase
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Languagelanguage familysecondary familyISO 639-3 codeStress system typeRightward primary stressdurationpitchintensityPrimary correlateVowel reductionLength = contrastiveLength: affected by other qualitiesPitch = contrastivefinal lapsefinal lapse morpheme specificsource(s)
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AleutEskimo–AleutAleutale011001110Bergsland (1997), Taff et al. (2001)
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AnejomAustronesianCentral-Easternaty110110101Lynch (2000)
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ApuriñaArawakanSouthernapu11010201011Pickering (1971/2009), da Silva Facundes (2000)
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ArabelaZaparoanArabela–Andoaarl00101010Rich (1963)
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Arabic (Ammani-Jordanian)
SemiticCentral Semiticara01111020de Jong & Zawaydeh (1999), Zawaydeh & Davis (1999)
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Arabic (Syrian)SemiticCentral Semiticara0001020110Cowell (1964)
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Ashéninka PerenéArawakanSouthernprq1111101011Mihas (2010)
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Awara
Trans-New Guinea
Finisterre-Huonawx110110000Quigley (2003)
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AwtuwSepik-RamuSepikkmn20011000Feldman (1986)
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Baonan/BonanMongolicShirongolicpeh010110111Chuluu (1994), Hugjiltu (2003), Li (1986)
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BardiNyulyulanWesternbcj20111110Bowern (2004), Metcalfe (1971)
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BariaiAustronesian
Malayo-Polynesian
bch01011030Gallagher & Baehr (2005)
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Barok (Usen)Austronesian
Malayo-Polynesian
bjk2111010Du (2010)
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BejaAfro-AsiaticCushiticbej0011010Vanhove (2014), Wedekind, Wedekind, & Musa (2008)
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BelepAustronesian
Malayo-Polynesian
yly011001000McCracken (2012)
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BhojpuriIndo-EuropeanIndo-Iranianbho21011110Shukla (1981)
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BiakAustronesian
Malayo-Polynesian
bhw011110110van den Heuvel (2006)
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Cassubian (North)Indo-EuropeanSlaviccsb01000Stone (1993)
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CayapaBarbacoancbi0011120Lindskoog & Brend (1962)
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CebuanoAustronesian
Malayo-Polynesian
ceb1110010000Tanangkingsing (2009)
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ChickasawMuskogean
Western Muskogean
cic111111210Gordon (2004), Gordon, Munro & Ladefoged (2000), Gordon & Munro (2007)
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ChuvashTurkicOghurchv010013000Krueger (1961)
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Cree (Northern East)AlgonquinCentralcrl0101121010Swain (2008), Wolfart & Carroll (1981)
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CreekMuskogean
Eastern Muskogean
mus010102011Martin (2011)
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CzechIndo-EuropeanSlavicces1001020100Dubeda & Votrubec (2005), Janda & Townsend (2000), Short (2002)
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DanishIndo-EuropeanGermanicdan00110131Basbøll (2005), Fischer-Jørgensen (1984), Haberland (1994)
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Diola-FognyNiger–CongoAtlantic–Congodyo001001010Sapir (1965)
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DutchIndo-EuropeanGermanicnld1110100101
Crosswhite (2001), Goedemans (2010), Gussenhoven & van der Vliet (1999), van der Hulst, Hendriks, and van de Weijer (1999), van der Hulst, Goedemans, and van Zanten (2010) Sluijter & van Heuven (1996)
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Eastern KhantyUralicKhantykca201001100Filchenko (2007)
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EmerillonTupianTupi–Guaraníeme111010000Gordon & Rose (2006)
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EnetsUralicSamoyedicenf / enh1010010100Künnap (1999)
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EnglishIndo-EuropeanGermaniceng1110110101Beckman & Edwards (1994), Crosswhite (2001), Fry (1958)
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EthiopicSemiticSouth Semiticgez010102010Dillmann & Bezold (1907/2005), Mercer (1961)
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EtonNiger–CongoAtlantic–Congoeto001011011Van de Velde (2008)
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FijianAustronesianOceanicfij1101020200Dixon (1988), Milner (1956)
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FinnishUralicFinno-Ugricfin1010010101Engstrand & Krull (1994), Suomi et al (2008), Suomi & Ylitalo (2004)
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GayoAustronesian
Malayo-Polynesian
gay21110100Eades (2005)
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GermanIndo-EuropeanGermanicdeu111010101Jessen (1999), Mooshammer & Geng (2008)
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Greek, ModernIndo-EuropeanHellenicell01110000Arvaniti (1992, 1999, 2000), Vogel et al (2016)
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Halkomelem/Musqueam (Upriver)
SalishanCoast Salishhur00011011Suttles (2004)
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HebrewSemiticCentral Semiticheb111001000Becker (2003), Bolozky (1997), Ravid & Shlesinger (2001)
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Huave (San Fransisco del Mar)
Isolatehue011102100Kim (2005)
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HungarianUralicFinno-Ugrichun10011211100Blaho & Szeredi (2011), Rounds (2009), Szeredi (2009), Vogel et al. (2016), White & Mády (2008)
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Hup/HupdaNadahupHupjup111110010Epps (2005)
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IcelandicIndo-EuropeanGermanicisl1010010300Árnason (1999), Crosswhite (2001)
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Inanwatan
Trans-New Guinea
South Bird's Head
szp01112010de Vries (2004)
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IrarutuAustronesian
Malayo-Polynesian
irh01011100Jackson (2014)
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IrishIndo-EuropeanCelticgle00101010Ní Chiosáin (1991, 2007), Ó Baoill (2009)
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ItalianIndo-EuropeanItalicita111101001Alfano, Llisterri, & Savy (2007), Crosswhite (2001), D’Imperio & Rosenthall (1999)
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JaqaruAymaranJaqarujqr1101020100Hardman (1966)
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JarawaraArauanjaa1100130100Dixon (2004)
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JinguluAustralianWest Barklyjig21101010Pensalfini (1997, 2003)
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Kabardian
Northwest Caucasian
Circassiankbd011112030Colarusso (1992), Gordon & Applebaum (2010)
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Kadiweu (Non-Noble)Guaicuruankbc310013010Sandalo (1997)
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KamassUralicSamoyedxas000013130Künnap (1999), Simoncsics (1998)
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KaqchikelMayan
Quichean–Mamean
cak01101000Bennett (2016), Berinstein (1979)
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KaritianaTupianArikemktn1111130100Everett (2006)
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Kashibo-KakataiboPanoan
Mainline Panoan
cbr1010011311Zariquiey Biondi (2011)
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KonkowMaiduanKonkowmjd00011010Ultan (1967)
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KoromfeNiger–CongoAtlantic–Congokfz000013010Rennison (1997)
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Kuku YalanjiAustralianPama-Nyungangvn00011000Patz (2002)
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KurtöpSino-TibetanTibeto-Kanaurixkz00110011Hyslop (2011)
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LenakelAustronesian
Malayo-Polynesian
tnl110110200Hayes (1995), Lynch (1974)
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LetiAustronesian
Malayo-Polynesian
lti11110102011Hume (1997), Hume et al. (1997)
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LimilnganAustralian
Limilngan-Wulna
lmc1110131001Harvey (2001)
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Macedonian (Literary)Indo-EuropeanSlavicmkd011001000Friedman (1993)
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Maidu (Mountain)PenutianMaiduan nmu101110001Rice (2010), Shipley (1964)
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MaithiliIndo-EuropeanIndo-Iranianmai011001000Mishra (2006), Yadav (1980)
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MalteseSemiticCentral Semiticmlt01011110Borg & Azzopardi-Alexander (1997)
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ManambuSepik-RamuSepikmle010013020Aikhenvald (2008)
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MangghuerMongolicShirongolicmjg01011100Slater (2003)
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Maquiritari/Ye'kuana/Dekwana
CaribanGuianan Caribmch110110100Hall (1988)
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MasbatenyoAustronesian
Malayo-Polynesian
msb011111010Rosero (2014)
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MatsesPanoanMayorunamcf101100300Fleck (2003)
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Mauwake
Trans–New Guinea
Madangmhl00111010Berghäll (2010)
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Menggwa DlaSenagiDerakbv1100130000de Sousa (2006)
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MenomineeAlgonquinCentralmez101101101Milligan (2005), Miner (1979)
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Mixe (Ayutla)Mixe-ZoqueMixeanmiy110111100Romero-Méndez (2009)
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MochoMayan
Kanjobalan-Chujean
mhc011102011Palosaari (2011)
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MogholMongolicMogholimhj01010200Svantesson (2005), Weiers (2003)
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MohawkIroquoianNorthernmoh010112130Hopkins (1988), Michelson (1983)
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Mongghul (Karlong)MongolicShirongolicmjg01011010Faehndrich (2007)
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MovimaIsolatemzp01010210Haude (2006)
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Nahuatl, BalsasUto-Aztecan
Southern Uto-Aztecan
ngu01101001Guion et al. (2010)
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NambikuaraNambikwaranNambikwaranab001111001Kroeker (2001), Lowe (1999)
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NepaliIndo-EuropeanSanskritnep01111100Acharya (1991)
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NgiguaOto-MangueanPopolocancoz01100131Stark Campbell (2011)
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NhandaAustralianPama-Nyungannha101001101Blevins (2001)
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NisenanMaiduanNisenannsz00011010Eatough (1999), Paul (1967)
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NorwegianIndo-EuropeanGermanicnor111010311Kristoffersen (2000)
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NubiArabic Creolekcn01111101Wellens (2005)
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OnondagaIroquoianNorthernono010013010Chafe (1970), Michelson (1983)
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PáezPaezanPáezpbb00102010Gerdel (1973, 1985)
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Paiute (Northern)Uto-AztecanNorthernpao1011010100Snapp et al. (1982), Thornes (2003)
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PalulaIndo-EuropeanIndo-Aryanphl010112110Liljegren (2008)
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PashtoIndo-EuropeanIndo-Iranianpus110110000Tegey & Robson (1996)
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PilagáGuaicuruanSouthernplg00110010Vidal (2001)
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PintupiAustralianPama-Nyunganpiu1011130201Hansen & Hansen (1969)
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PirahãMuramyp02101011Everett (1998)
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