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Most languages with iterative stress patterns show a simple rhythmic alternation between stressed and unstressed syllables. But in a few cases, stress appears not on every second syllable, but rather on every third one. Patterns of this nature reveal the phenomenon of ternary rhythm.
CitationIn 'The Blackwell Companion to Phonolog' (2011) ed. Marc van Oostendorp, Colin J. Ewen, Elisabeth Hume & Keren Rice.
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