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Japanese

Etymology

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

Pronunciation

Noun

(?) o (atamadakagata)

  1. The pitch accent pattern in Japanese where the first syllable is accented; i.e., the first syllable has high pitch and all subsequent syllables have low pitch, for example in the word ? (?)? (au).

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