Definition of anudatta in English:

anudatta

Pronunciation /anʊˈdɑːtə/

noun

Prosody
  • In Vedic Sanskrit: the low tone of unaccented syllables. Compare "udātta", "svarita".

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Journal of the American Oriental Society. From Sanskrit anudātta, lit. ‘unraised’ from an- + udātta raised.