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Noun Concept
Categories: Systemic functional linguistics, Prosody (linguistics), Tone (linguistics), All articles that may contain original research, Linguistics terminology
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intonation  modulation  pitch contour  contour  High rising intonation
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Rise and fall of the voice pitch WordNet 3.0
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In linguistics, speech synthesis, and music, the pitch contour of a sound is a function or curve that tracks the perceived pitch of the sound over time. Wikipedia
In linguistics, intonation is the variation in pitch used to indicate the speaker's attitudes and emotions, to highlight or focus an expression, to signal the illocutionary act performed by a sentence, or to regulate the flow of discourse. Wikipedia
Variation of speaking pitch that is not used to distinguish words Wikipedia Disambiguation
variation of pitch in speech Wikidata
Perceived pitch over time Wikidata
The rise and fall of the voice in speaking. Wiktionary