14 November 2013 by Pigmalijonas
There are four accentual paradigms of nouns, adjectives and other declinable parts of speech.
The second paradigm makes a word often be stressed in the stem, but in some cases in the ending too:
Various declensions of nouns and adjectives have the ending stress in different cases. However, singular instrumental and plural accusative are always stressed in the ending (excluding nouns ending in -us).
tėtis (a dad)
skaičius (a number)
medinis (wooden sg m)
mediniai (wooden pl m)