Category:Phonology
Feature:Weight Factors in Weight-Sensitive Stress Systems WALS
Name:Lexical stress
Languages (89):
Conlangs (77):
Deini
Hasu Khomiyo
Minza
Tseeyo
Ngeyunh
Jarolim
Adeyan
Sathir
Tsolyani
Lajik
Rejistanian
Dainyu
Waysignig
Barip
Tine
new
P'aa
Meftla
Kuyʔūn
Tama
Austrian
Rossan
project 1
Sihaku
Dacayan
Stemmutsian
Talmit
Ampizd
Na'vi
Jayus
Simpified japanese
Mîrkšam
Insular Kett
Wanya
Celinese

When stress is irregular (i.e. not on the penult), the stressed syllable is nearly always marked with either an acute or grave accent, unless the word ends in two separate vowels (i.e. words with aê or oê ending being particularly common), in which the antepenult is always stressed.

Kaynuryos
Mithara
Kobardon
Omluuet
solresol
FKL
Tatari Faran
Old Lonmai luna
Prydonian High Gallifreyan
Aoma
Netagin
Femmish
FeNeKeRe
Kuty
Adinjo
Amqoli
Khulls
Waku
Future English
Primitive Takardan
Sǔra
Kaidu
Spraka
Novoslovnica
Proto-Tampoluric
Lwaitel
Neoquux
Cheklomino
Alfen
Wihri
Velan
Lavrian
Tsatsar
Uropi
Etelegbe
Pannonian
Eitinodo
Lortho
Ancient Draconian
INS
Wistanian
Bologau

Natlangs (12):
Mandarin
Russian
Turkish
Abkhaz
Asmat
Burushaski
Grebo
Greek (Modern)
Kewa
Kutenai
Slave
Tagalog