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Japanese

Etymology

From ?(?) (o, "tail (end)") + ?() (taka, "high") + ?() (kata, "type"), literally "(in the end the pitch is high)-form". The taka changes to daka as an instance of rendaku ().And the kata changes to gata as another instance of rendaku.

Pronunciation

Noun

() o (odakagata)

  1. The accent pattern in Japanese in which the last syllable of the word is accented when followed by certain particles.

See also


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