Portuguese Stress Lexicon


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Description: The Portuguese Stress Lexicon (PSL) contains polysyllabic non-verbs in the Portuguese language. The lexicon is coded for several phonological variables, and is freely available in RData format.

License: CC0 1.0 Universal

Has supplemental materials for Weight gradience and stress in Portuguese on OSF Preprints


The Portuguese Stress Lexicon (PSL) contains non-verbs in the Portuguese language (excluding monosyllables). The lexicon is largely based on the list of words in the Houaiss Dictionary (Houaiss et al. 2001), which is the most comprehensive dictionary in Portuguese. PSL contains 154,610 entries and 62 columns, which provide a comprehensive set of variables (including pronunciation, syllabification,...


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