Accent

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Accent may refer to:

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Speech and language[edit]

  • Accent, way of pronunciation particular to a speaker or group of speakers, for example : as in "The Whale Joke".[1]
  • Accent (sociolinguistics), way of pronunciation particular to a speaker or group of speakers
  • Accent (phonetics), prominence given to a particular syllable in a word, or a word in a phrase
  • Accent (poetry), placement of prominent syllables in scansion
  • Diacritic, a mark added above, on top of, or below a letter
  • Accent (fallacy), a logical fallacy related to reification

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