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Japanese

Etymology

From ? ("middle") +‎ ? ("high (pitch)") +‎ ? ("form"), literally "(in the middle the pitch is high)-form".

Pronunciation

Noun

() o (nakadakagata)

  1. The accent pattern in Japanese in which a syllable that is neither the first nor the last within that word is accented.

See also

  • () (heiban-gata)
  • (?) (atamadakagata)
  • () (odakagata)

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