dragon-girl wrote:jenni_elyse wrote:The only name that I had a problem pronouncing was Aro. I always pronounce it like an arrow, but then I have to remember that it's Italian, so the "a" would be pronounced like the "a" in father.
Isn't that how you pronounce an arrow anyway, with the sound like in father? (Or is this just my British accent?)
Miss Vengeance wrote:Haha, you're definitely not the only one.
I kept pronouncing it See-oh-bon. Talk about embarrassing. It's such a misleading name!
Alphie wrote:I say You-lee for Uley.
And I say Nah-HUE-el for Nahuel. When in doubt, I go with the obvious.
However, I hope I'm not the only person this totally clueless out there. Siobahn is pronounced Sha-Vaun. Pel had a good laugh at me over this one, so please speak up if you didn't know that was how it was pronounced!
lol. i thought siobhan was pronounce see-oh-bon too. who would though it had such a weird pronounciation? i feel so dumb now.
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