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Stress

In nywsasxc the stress always lies on the second last syllable of a the rootword (or on the last if a word has only one syllable). In words that are formed by joining two or more words, the stress lies on the second last syllable of the first word. When the stress of a word does not lie on the second last syllable of a word, the stress is marked by an acuted accent on the first vowel in that syllable.

For example:

Love Lyxbxd
Baby Beeby
Lovebaby Lxbxdbeeby