Category:Phonology
Feature:Fixed Stress Locations WALS
Name:Penultimate
Languages (116):
Conlangs (96):
Kamakawi
Esperanto
Lembrin
Mikiana
Rnihonön
Kazujisha
Marijo
Velu
Yasaro
Ngetsurt
Senjecas
Rithande
Cirena
Dahilese
Wenedyk
Yulasa
Morlandian
Kata
Isitya
Tanaman
Angosey
Surang Jumbar
Wilas
Labasje
TIAL
Lemohai
Emnonian
Alpic
Majlang
Plitnakya
Dahu
Laroitian
Sreasra Mdatla
Stress falls, with occasional exception, on the second to last syllable of each word. For example: sreASra mDAtla where the capitalized syllables in each word are those which are stressed. 
Occasionally words have ultimate stress. This occurs most commonly on two-syllable words but does have exceptions. 
Occasional situations occur wherein the first syllable of a multisyllabic word is stressed following a single syllable word which is left unstressed. This occurs in phrases and common parts of speech. For example the greeting "Kipe. I svare." would be stressed thusly: kiPE. i SVAre.
Endehl
Renge-Terra
Xashi
Renian
Moniranian
Salhari
Kannow
Naghtvin
Simbri
Ancient Yakim Language
Poeplish
Tslure Thujekatsoth
Marag
Enterdese
Alahithian
Okuna
Atsn
Modern low Ponuhi
Kaujasakka
Northern Lorkan
ea-luna
Satang
Glosa
Brutirric
Grru
Lojban
Riagi
Ccharthii
Stress lies on the penultimate syllable in most words; there are derivational processes which can move stress to other syllables.  In bisyllabic words. stress can never be on the final syllable.
Primitive Ayinis
Old Balres
Achiyitqan
Ekorat
National Simphonian
Proto-Toroq
Averagelang
Alfen
Yuzojo
Ba'eni
The majority of words are accented on the second-to-last syllable, with the following complications:
•	For the purposes of this rule, V₁ʔV₁ counts as a single syllable. Thus, bawánzuʔu, ʔenwaraháʔari
•	Inflected forms of words may sometimes retain the accent of the citation form.
•	Clitic chains involving ba may be accented either on the penult or on the first syllable. Bákutu, bakútu.
•	A few words simply have anomalous lexical accents: e.g. digepí, ʔiná, numú
Ame language
Mondlango
Pasi
Nattoretan
Onnasurin
Ganur Lon
Classical Airumali
Gadu Fav
Mayato MKII
Carrajina
Ilawokou
Kagian
Lortho
Gan Dostau
Esperanto 1894
Sonsear
Vayardyio
Tadiraki Language
mundezo
Gavaro
Kavrinian
Hallon
Choton

Natlangs (20):
Indonesian
Arapesh
Kobon
Kutenai
Luvale
Malagasy
Maung
Mangarrayi
Nunggubuyu
Oneida
Quechua (Imbabura)
Rapanui
Sanuma
Swahili
Tagalog
Tiwi
Tukang Besi
Warao
Zulu
Polish