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  tiroir verbal
  titre
  tmèse
  toit
  token
  tomber sur
  ton
  ton étranglé
  tonal
  tonalité1
  tonalité2
  tonématique
  tonème
  tonétique1
  tonétique2

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rising tone

[Subentry of rising, tone]

Fr    ton ascendant, ton montant

Synonym(s): ascending tone

Antonym(s): falling tone

Domain: Phonology

Source(s):

Beaugrande & Dressler 1981: 78
BEAUGRANDE, Robert de & DRESSLER, Wolfgang. (1981) Introduction to Text Linguistics. London: Longman. (PR)


Crystal 2003: 401
CRYSTAL, David. (2003) A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics, 5th Ed Oxford: Blackwell.


Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 179
DUCROT, Oswald and TODOROV, Tzvetan. (1979 [trans.]) Encyclopedic Dictionary of the  Sciences of Language. Trans. by Catherine Porter. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 


Finch 2000: 50
FINCH, Geoffrey. (2000) Linguistic Terms and Concepts. New York: St. Martin's Press.


MacKay 1989: 138, 193
MACKAY, Ian. (1989) Phonetics and Speech Science. A Bilingual Dictionary. Dictionnaire Bilingue de la Phonétique et des Sciences de la Parole. New York/Bern: Peter Lang. (PH)


Martinet 1964[trans.]: 78
MARTINET, André. (1964 [trans.]) Elements of General Linguistics. Chicago: University of Chicago.  (FM)


Nash 1968: 17, 206
NASH, Rose. (1968) Multilingual Lexicon of Linguistics and Philology: English, Russian, German, French. Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami Press. 


Onishi 1981: 484
ONISHI, Masao. (1981) A Grand Dictionary of Phonetics. Tokyo: The Phonetic Society of Japan.  (PH)


Quirk etal. 1985: 1599
QUIRK, Randolph, GREENBAUM, Sidney, LEECH, Geoffrey, & SVARTNIK, Jan. (1985) A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language. London: Longman.


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  rhythmic(al)
  rhythmics
  riddle
  rigid designator
  rigor
  rise
  rising
  ritual
  r-less
  r-less dialect
  role1
  role2
  role3
  role relations
  roll

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