Some articles on rising, long rising:
... Lithuanian "falling"/HL (acute) á, "rising"/H(L)H (circumflex) ã, "short"/H à Latvian (on all syllables) "falling"/HL à, "rising"/LH (or "lengthened") ã, "broken"/L'H â Slovenian "fal ... Short neoacute ("short new rising") is marked as à ... the various diacritical marks acute accent (á) Usually long rising and/or BSl ...
... on vowels, based on the standard notation in Serbo-Croatian Acute accent ( á ) A long rising accent, originating from the Balto-Slavic "acute" accent ... Grave accent ( à ) A short rising accent ... and developed from the shortening of the original acute (long rising) tone ...
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