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StressTyp
Title:
StressTyp
Link to the object:
Online:
Yes
Archive:
The Typological Database Project  (see archive description)
Contributor:
Van der Hulst, Harry (editor)
Goedemans, Rob (editor)
Goedemans, Rob (transcriber)
Van der Hulst, Harry (transcriber)
Visch, Ellis (transcriber)
Van de Vijver, Ruben (transcriber)
Hendriks, Bernadette (transcriber)
Kieviet, Paulus-Jan (transcriber)
NWO (sponsor)
KNAW (sponsor)
Universiteit Leiden (sponsor)
University of Connecticut (sponsor)
Van der Hulst, Harry (author)
Goedemans, Rob (author)
Publisher:
Leiden University
Description:
StressTyp stands for Stress Typology. StressTyp is a database containing information about word-level stress patterns of (some of) the languages of the world. Work on StressTyp began in 1992 as a pilot project of EUROTYP (1990-1994) , a project on the typology of European languages, financed by the European Science Foundation (ESF). In october 1997, work on the Prosody in Indonesian Languages (PIL) project started. StressTyp was integrated in this project to ensure its continuation, and to provide an output platform for the information on the prosodies of Indonesian languages that will be gathered by the project's researchers. The first goal of StressTyp was to offer a quick entry to the primary and secondary literature on stress sy stems of the languages of the world. All stress properties of languages were encoded to facilitate searches for grammars of languages with certain stress properties. This coding system has started to lead a life of its own and has made it possible to sear ch through the database for the occurrence of (combinations of) quite specific stress parameters. Through the search facilities that come with any database, StressTyp can now be instrumental in testing and developing typological hypotheses on stress, whic h has become its primary function. It has been expanded with geographical information to allow searches for areal patterning. For more information on the content see: Goedemans, R.W.N., H.G. van der Hulst and E. Visch (1996). Stress Patterns of the Wor ld. Part 1: Background. HIL Publications 2. HAG: The hague.
Content language:
English
DCMI type:
Text
Other date:
1991
1992-10-01
1997-11-01
2000-08-28
2001-03-19
Other format:
4th Dimension Data base
Other rights:
Harry van der Hulst
Rob Goedemans
Leiden University.
Other subject:
stress
primary stress
secondary stress
accent
main stress
rhythm
lexical stress
syllable weight
stress domain
metrical rules
stress parameters
foot type
foot assignment
Abkhaz
Aceh Atjeh, Atjehnese, Achehnese, Achinese)
Aguacateco
Aklanon, Aklan
Alamblak
Alawa
Alune, Sapalewa, Patasiwa, Alfoeren
Alyawarr, Iliaura, Alyawarra
Ambrym, Southeast
Amele
Apoze
Apurin
Arabic, Bedouin-Hijazi
Arabic, Beirut
Arabic, Classical
Arabic, Damascene
Arabic, Egyptian Radio
Arabic, Egyptian spoken
Arabic, Gulf
Arabic, Lebanese
Arabic, Libyan spoken, Cyrenaican Bedouin
Arabic, Negev Bedouin
Arabic, South Levantine Spoken, Palestinian Arabic
Aralle-Tabulahan
Aramaic
Archi, Archin
Armenian
Arosi
Arrarnta, Western, Aranda, Western
Asmat, Central of Casuarina coast?
Assyrian Neo-Aramaic
Au
Aukaans, Ndyuka
Avar, Dagestani
Awadhi-Bagheli
Awtuw, Autu
Aymara
Baadi, Bardi, Badimaya
Bagirmi
Bagundji
Bagvalal, Bagulal, Bagval, Bagvalin, Barbalin, Kvanadin, Kvanada)
Balantak, Kosian
Bali, Balinese
Bambam, Pitu Ulunna Salu, Pitu Ulunna Binanga
BanawA
Banggai, Aki
Banggarla, Parnkalla
Bani-Hassan
Bantik
Basaburua and Imoz
Bashkir, Basquort
Basque, Bidasoa Valley
Basque, Gernica
Basque, Hondarribia
Basque, Lekeitio
Basque, Northern High Navarrese
Basque, Oqati
Basque, Roncalese
Basque, Sakana
Basque, Souletin
Basque, Zeberio
Beja, Bedawi, Bischari
Bengali
Betawi, Jakarta Malay, Batavi, Batawi, Melayu Jakarte)
Bhojpuri
Bhumij, Mundari
Biak, Numfor, Nufoor, Mafoorsch
Bicolano, central
Bima, Bimanese
Breton
Bugis, Buginese, ugi, Boegineesch, Ugi, De', Rappang Buginese
Bukiyip, Arapesh, Mountain
Buli
Burarra, Barera
Buru, Boeroe, Buruese
Burushaski (Yasin)
Cahuilla, (Desert and Mountain Dialects)
Campa, Pajonal AshAninca, Atiri
Canela-KrahA
Capanahua
Carib, Kalihna
Catalan-Valencian-Balear
Cavinea
Cayubaba, Cayuvava
Cayuga
Cebuano
Chamorro
Chatino, Yaitepec
Chepang
Chinanteco, Lealao
Chinese, Mandarin
Choctaw
Chukot, Chuckchee
Chuvash
Comanche
Cornish
Cree, plains
Cupeqo
Czech
Da'a, Bunggu
Dakota, Stoney
Dakota, Sioux
Danish
Dari
Dehu, Lifu
Dhurga, Thaua
Dieri, Diyari
Diola-Fogny
Djingili, Tjingili
Dobel, Kobro'or, Kobroor, Doibel
Doutai, Tolitai, Taori-So
Dutch
Dyirbal
Ekari, Ekagi, Kapauku
Emae, Mae
Embera Saija
Embera-Chami
Enggano
English
Ese Ejja, Chama
Estonian
Evenki, Tungus
Faroese
Farsi, Western, Persian
Fijian
Finnish
Fordata, Larat
Fore
French
Gaalpu
Gaelic, Irish
Gaelic, Munster
Gaelic, Scottish
Galela
Garawa
Gayardilt, Kayardild
Gayo, Gajo
Georgian
German
Ghodoberi (nouns)
Ghodoberi (verbs)
Gidabal
Gilyak, Nivkh
Gooniyandi, Gunian, Konejandi,
Gorowa
Grebo
Greek, Modern
Greenlandic, West
Guarani
Guguyimidjir, Koko Imudji
Gujarati
Gunwinggu, Mayali
Halang, Koyong
Hanis Coos
Hanunyo
Hawaiian
Hebrew, Modern
Hebrew, Tiberian
Hindi
Hixkaryana
Hocak, Winnebago
Hopi
Huasteco
Huitoto, Nipode, Witoto, Huitoto, Miunane
Hungarian
Hunzib
Iaai, Iai, Yai
Icelandic
Indonesian, Bahasa Indonesia
Inga
Ingush
Iraqw
Irarutu, Irahutu
Italian
Jacalteco
Jaqaru
Jaru, Djaru
Javanese, Jawa
Juat
Juwalarai, Yuwaalaraay (*)
KaiwA
Kalami, Kalam Kohistani
Kalapuya
Kalkutung
Kambera
Kara
Karelian
Karo Batak
Karok
Kashaya, Southwestern Pomo
Kaure
Kawaiisu
Kei, Kai, Evav
Kenuzi-Dongola
Kera
Ketengban
Kewa
Khasi
Khmer, Central, Cambodian
Khmu'
Kilivila
Kisar, Meher, Loikera
Kitsai
Klamath-Modoc
Koasati
Kobon
Koi, Koya
Kokata, Gugada
Kola, Warilau, Kulaha, Marlasi
Komi-Permyak
Kongo
Konjo, Kondjo, Konyo, Tiro, Pegunungan
Koromfe
Kuanua, Tolai
Kuku-Yalanji
Kulamanen
Kunama
Kunjen
Kutenai
Kuuku Ya'u
Kwaio
Kwakiutl, Kwakw'ala
Lamaholot, Solor, Solorese
Lampung
Lamu-lamu, Lamalama
Lango, Lwo
Laragia, Larakia
Larike
Latin
Latvian
Lauje, Laudje, Tinombo, Ampibabo
Lavukaleve
Ledo, Palu, Paloesch
Lenakel (nouns)
Lenakel (verbs)
Leti
Lezgi, Lezgian, Kiurintsy
Lithuanian
Liv, Livonian
Lower Grand Valley Dani
Luiseqo
Luvale
Ma'anyan, Maanyak Dayak, Ma'anjan, Siang
Macedonian
Macushi
Mai Brat, Maybrat
Maidu, Mountain
Mairasi
Maithili
Makah, Kwe-Nee-Chee-Aht, Kweedishchaaht
Makassar
Malaccan Creole Portuguese, Kristang
Malagasy
Malay
Malayalam
Maltese
Mam
Mamasa
Manam
Mangarayi
Manggarai
Mansi, Vogul
Mantjiltjara, Mandjildjara
Manx
Maori
Mapuche, Araucanian, Aucan
Maranunggu
Margany
Mari, High, Mountain (Western) Cheremis.
Mari, Low, Meadow (Eastern) Cheremis
Maricopa
Marind
Martuyhunira, Martuthunira
Masset Haida, Northern Haida
Mataco, Wichm Lhamtis
Mathimathi (*)
Maung
Mayapi, Mayi, Mayi-Yapi (*)
Mbabaram (*)
Meah, Mansibaber
Menomini
Mentawai
Mentu, Mentuh Tapuh
Meso Grande Diegueqo (*)
Minangkabau, Minang, Padang
Maskito
Miwok, Central Sierra
Miwok, Northern Sierra
Miwok, Southern Sierra
Mocama (*)
Mohawk, Akwesasne
Moksha, Mordvin, Mordva
Mongolian, Khalkha
Mongondow, Bolaang Mongondow, Mongondou, Minahassa
Mpakwathi, Anguthimri
Mullukmulluk, MalakMalak
Muna, Wuna, Mounan
Munsee, Delaware
Mzra-Pirahc, Pirahc
Murik, Nor
Murle
Muruwari, Murawari
Muskogee, Creek
Nahuatl, Tetelcingo
Nambas, Big
Nambiquara, Southwest, Nambikuara, Southern
Napu, Pekurehua
Narrinyeri, Jabulajabula
Nenets, Tundra
Nengone
Nepali, Gurkhali, Gorkali
Nez Perce
Ngada, Nga'da, Ngadha, Nad'a, Bajava, Badjava
Ngalakan
Ngalkbun, Dalabon, Boun
Ngarinyin, Ungarinjin
Nias, Batu
Ningil
Norton Sound
Norwegian
Nuaulu, Patakai, Fatakai
Nunggubuyu
Nyambo, Kinyambo
Nyawaygi
Obokuitai, Obogwitai, Baburiwa
Old English
Oloh Mangtangai
Oneida
Ono
Orok, Oroc
Osetin, Ossete, Ossetic
Oto, Chiwere
Pa'disua, Palisua
Paama, Paamese
Padoe, South Mori, Padoi, Alalao
Pagu, Pago, Pagoe
Paiute, Southern
Paiwan
Pakaasnovos, Wari
Pamona, Bare'e, Baree, Poso, Taa, Wana
Pashto
Passamaquoddy, Malecite
Paulohi
Paumara
Pintupi-Luritja
Piro
Pitjantjatjara
Pitta pitta, Bidhbidha
Pokomchi, Poconchi
Polabian
Polish
Pomo, Eastern
Portuguese
Portuguese, Brazilian
Provenal, Occitan
Pulopetak
Puluwatese, Puluwat
Puripecha, Tarasco, Tarascan
Quechan, Yuma, Kwitchyan
Quechua
Quichi
Quichua, Highland, Imbabura, Otavalo Quichua
Rama
Rantepao, Kesu'
Rapanui,Easter Island, Pascuense
Ratahan, Bentenan, Pasan
Ritarungo
Romani, North Russian
Romansch, Berguner
Roro, Waima
Rote, Rotti, Rotinese, Roti
Rotuman
Ruija
Rumanian
Russian
Saho
Sakao, Northern
Salish, Southern Puget Sound
Sama Baangingi, Bajan
Sangir, Sangihi Sangirese, Sangi
Sanskrit
Sanuma
Sardinian, Campidanese
Sawai, Weda, Were
Sedang
Selaru, Salaru
Selayar, Salayar, Selayarese
Selepet
Seneca
Senoufo, Supyire
Sentani
Serbo-Croatian
Seri
Shipibo-Conibo
Shiriana, Ninam?
Shoshone, Panamint, Koso
Sikaritai, Aikwakai
Sikule, Sichule
Sindhi
Sio
Siroi
Slave
Slovak
Slovenian, Slovene
Slovincian
Sorbian
Spanish, Castilian
Spokane
Squamish
Sunda, Sundanese, Priangan
Suriname Arawak
Swahili
Swedish
Taba, East Makian
Tabaru, Tobaru
Tabla, Tanh Merah
Tacana
Tachelhit, Shilha
Tagalog
Tahitian
Tajik
Talaud, Talaut, Talodda
Tamazight, Central Atlas
Tanna, Southwest
Tarangan, West, Trangan, West
Tawala
Taz Selkup
Tehuelche
Tepehuan, Southeastern
Thaypan, Kuku-Thaypan
Thurawal
Tibetan, Lhasa
Tigak
Timor, Atoni, Timorese, Timol, Dawan, Ambenu, Vaikenu
Tiruray
Tiwi
Toba-Batak
Tobelo
Tol, Jicaque
Tondano
Tongan
Tontemboan, Tompakewa, Tountemboan, Pakewa
Trumai
Tsakhur, Tsaxur, Caxur
Tsakhur, Tsaxur, Caxur (verbs)
Tsimshian, Coast, Sm'algyax
Tuamotuan, Pa'umotuan
Tabatulabal
Tukang Besi
Tupi
Turkish, Osmanli
Turkish, Osmanli (placenames and loans)
Tzotzil, Zinacanteco
Ulithian
Uma, Pipikoro, Uma Aria, Oema
Unami, Delaware
Uradhi
Urubz-Kaapor
Usan
Uzbek, Northern
Vod, Votic
Waalubal
Wahgi
Walmajarri, Walmatjari
Wambaya
Wambon
Wangaybuwan-Ngiyambaa
Waorani, Auca, Sabela
Warao, Guarao
Wardaman
Warlpiri, Walbiri, Wailbry
Warrgamay
Welsh, Cymraeg, Cymric
Weri, Were
Wetan, Wetang
Wichita
Wiyot
Woisika
Wolio, Baubau, Buton, Butung, Butonese, Boetonees
Wongkumara, Wankumara
Yamdena, Jamdena, Jamden
Yana
Yanyuwa, Anyula, Janjula
Yapese
Yaqui
Yawelmani
Yazva
Yele, Yeletnye
Yidiny
Yil
Yimas
Yindjibarndi, Jindjibandi
Yir Yoront
Yukaghir
Yupik, Central (Alaskan), Chevak
Yupik, Central Siberian
Yupik, General Central
Yupik, Pacific Gulf, Alutiiq, Chugach
Yupik, St. Lawrence Island
Zoque, Copainala
Zuni, Zuni
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Archive: The Typological Database Project
Online: Yes
DCMI type: Text
Content language: English
Contributor: Goedemans, Rob
Contributor: Hendriks, Bernadette
Contributor: KNAW
Contributor: Kieviet, Paulus-Jan
Contributor: NWO
Publisher: Leiden University
Title: StressTyp
Other date: 1991
Other date: 1992-10-01
Other date: 1997-11-01
Other date: 2000-08-28
Other date: 2001-03-19
Other format: 4th Dimension Data base
Other rights: Harry van der Hulst
Other rights: Leiden University.
Other rights: Rob Goedemans
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Other subject: Aceh Atjeh, Atjehnese, Achehnese, Achinese)
Other subject: Aguacateco
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