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Post by Penelope Garrido-Mitchell » Sun Oct 03, 2010 1:28 pm

Well, Penelope is Pen-eh-luh-peeh and Garrido is Gah-ree-doh and Mitchell is Mit-chehll

Garrido is Spanish :)
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Post by Hinata Honda » Tue Nov 02, 2010 8:57 am

Hi as in "He".
Na as in the slang "naa" meaning no.
Ta as in the slang "ta" meaning thank you.

Hon as in Nihon to those who learn Japanese said as in "Honey" not "Huney" say the 'O' please.
Da as in "dada" meaning dad.

Hi-na-ta Hon-da.

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Post by Prof. Dario Brighton » Thu Dec 02, 2010 12:51 pm

Dario

Da - FloriDA or DUmbledore
Rio - RIO de Janeiro

Šehović

Še - like in SHAtter
Ho - as in HOgwarts
Vi - like VIdeo
Ć - as in CHamber

Soo... is would be like this:

Duh-ree-oh
Sheh-hoh-vee-ch
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Post by Ophelia Hoodhood » Sat Dec 04, 2010 9:23 pm

Ophelia Hoodhood

my first name can be a bit tricky, but my last name is pretty straight foward.
Ophelia
oh-feel-e-ya

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hood as in the hood on your sweatshirt and then say it again
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Post by Nozomi Kisaragi » Sun Dec 05, 2010 4:45 am

(Just wanted to increase my post count.. :rolleyes: )

No - zoh - mee

Kee - sah - rah - gee (g as in guh not a j sound)
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Post by Philomel Nitori » Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:07 am

Philomel -> Fai-Low-Mel

Nitori -> Knee-Toh-Ree

My friends usually just call me Nitori.
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Post by Jaena Langston » Tue Jan 04, 2011 12:55 pm

Mine should seem pretty straightforward...I think the biggest confusion would maybe come in the second and third letters of my first name.

The 'ae' sound is as it is in 'Caesar' - A long 'e' sound. so it would make my name pronounced the same as 'Gina' - think 'Jeena', basically.

Langston - long a, short o.
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Post by Kaitlyn Fox » Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:49 pm

Kaitlyn Fox

K as in kite
ait as in ate
lyn as in Slytherin

Fox as in the animal
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Post by Enyret Egihci » Thu Jan 06, 2011 4:59 am

Enyret Egihci - as foreign as it can get huh but it's pretty simple... kinda

see for Enyret, and yr are silent for english pronunciations so it just becomes
AN (as in fan, can, hand) - NET (emphasis on net)

for Egihci, it's
E (as in pear, bear) - GEE - CHEE (emphasis on gee)

so put together, we have AN-NET E-GEE-CHEE

i suppose En as in Ann will be fine too :)
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Post by JaLeyah Rainey » Mon Jan 24, 2011 1:10 am

Hi all, it's really simple.

JaLeyah
Ja-sounds like (duh), but with a "J" :-)
Le-sounds like lee
Yah-again sounds like (duh), but with a "Y"
now say it with me...JA-LEY-YAH :-)

Rainey
Rai-sounds like Ray
ney-sounds like knee
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Post by Sailor Worsham » Mon Jan 24, 2011 2:23 am

My first name is pretty simple, but my last name is a tad bit hard to pronounce at first.
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say-lore
Your average English word used as a name.

Worsham
wore-shem
The first part is pronounced like "wore" as in, "I wore a dress."
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Post by Emilie Palmer » Wed Feb 02, 2011 2:47 am

Okay, there are two different ways to say my name

~One~
Emilie: Ehm-miley
Rose: seriously? this one is easy
Palmer: Palm-errrr

~Two~
Emilie: Em-E-lee (like emily)
Rose: again...see above
Palmer: palm-errr ;D
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Post by Nephele Nevernaught » Wed Feb 02, 2011 3:24 am

nobody ever knows how to say my name right. xD

Nephele: nephel-lee
Nevernaught: never - nott

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Post by Adelaide Mawdesley » Fri Feb 04, 2011 5:26 am

My name is easy for me, but may be difficult for some,

So...

Adelaide- Add- Eh- Laid

Mawdesley- Maw- Dees - Lee

There ya go =D
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Post by Briella Keegan » Sun Feb 06, 2011 4:36 am

First name:

Briella

Brie-ella

Last name:

Keegan

Key-g-in

Pretty simple!
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Post by Charlotte Athena » Sun Feb 13, 2011 4:47 pm

My first name as well is pretty self explanatory as well.

Shar-lot=Charlotte
A lot of people think it is pronounced Shar-let, but I prefer the other way.

My last name is just like the Greek wisdom goddess, Athena, pronounced Uh-thee-nuh.

Ummm, and your explained pronounciations, sorry, but I got probably three-quarters of your names wrong.
Ahem, well, excuse me.

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Post by Ivelisse Ada » Mon Jun 27, 2011 2:50 am

I feel that people probably pronounce my name wrong xD. Especially my last name, which I presume people read as "A-duh".

Mine's pronounced eve-uh-lease add-uh, and the nickname "Ive" is pronounced like the word "live" (as in, "I live in this house," not as in "live from Chicago") without the L.
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Post by Janie Peterson » Fri Jul 08, 2011 9:21 pm

Jay Knee

Pea Ter Sun

;3 Simple name.
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Post by Licarline Aida Clyne » Tue Jul 12, 2011 10:34 am

Li: just simply Li
car: another simply kar.
line: no, not line like in `inline skate`, just lin.
Licarline: Li-kar-lin. Though actually I like to pronounce it in Japanese, Rika-rin (with long ka-).

Ai: A-i. Not ay, I hate it when people call me `Ay` (Ai is actually one of my RL nickname, and some people do make mistakes). Well, except if you're calling me Naiad...
da: da

Clyne: klain. Like pronouncing klein (small) in German.

Li-kar-lin A-i-da Klain
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