How do you pronounce Kufi?
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Answer lip-izz-anner Lip (short i) izz (short i) anner (short o) LIP-i-zzan-er . lip (short i)- i (short i) - zan (short a) - er (short e) There is no "o" sound, short or otherwise, in Lipizzan or Lipizzaner.
to show pleasure to Allah. they want to stay connected with Allah to show how true their religion of Islam really is. So, it's no problem for a Muslim man to wear a kufi whenever he feels like!
It depends on the person. Some say Ay-Tee-Ay-Tee because of other walkers, like the AT-ST, AT-PT and AT-AA. Others say At-At (@-@) because it's more efficient to use just two syllables rather than four syllables. I use to say Ay-Tee-Ay-Tee Walker, but now I just just say At-At Walker for the l…ast 10-12 years. Here's a guide, if you want to say "All Terrain Armored Transport", say "Ay-Tee-Ay-Tee". But if you want to say "AT-AT Walker", just say "At-At-Walk-Er". (MORE)
In common US pronunciation, the A in what sounds like "uh," so the pronunciation is ( whut ).
A pronunciation key for endocrinologist is en-doh-cry-nah-lah-jist.The main emphasis is put on the fourth syllable, the "nah" sound,with secondary emphasis on the second syllable, "doh".
Talmud is pronounced with the 'a' as a short 'o', and the 'u' in its long sound. The rest of the letters sound as you see them. It was from Hebrew. It is pronounced with a short a and a short u; as it is written, not tol-mood.
It's French, and pronounced in its native language as "bowl-lew". However it's been anglicized without any changing of the spelling, and many English speakers pronounce it "bew-lee". The anglicized version is as technically correct for any English speaker as the differences between English and Ameri…can pronunciations, so have at it. Sources: http://www.howjsay.com/index.php?word=beaulieu http://wordwenches.typepad.com/word_wenches/2006/08/pronunciation_d.html http://forvo.com/word/beaulieu/ http://britishexpats.com/forum/showthread.php?t=289665 (MORE)
There are a number of ways to pronounce the surname but by far the most common is to say the GIL as you would the feminine firstname JILL. There are many ways to spell the surname and my research suggests they are likely to be related. Examples are Gilks, Gelks, Ghilks, Jilks, Jelks, Ghilkes, Gelkes…, Jilkes, Jelkes, Gylks etc. David Smith, manager of the Gilkes One Name Study. (MORE)
That The th is pronounced like the th in th em, th ere, or th ose. The a in that is pronounced like the a in the word c a t,b a t, or m a t. The last t in the word that is pronounced like the t in ca t , ra t ,or fa t .
"of" is pronounced as though written "ov," with the "o" being short as in the word "box". ++ Some people pronounce it "uv", but that is colloquial.
No Asian men don't have to wear the kufi all the time. Only on special ocasions like the knupptea.
For the article the , th is pronounced as in "there" not stressed as in "thumb" or "thing." The E may be a short E sound (uh or schwa) as in "but." In this use, the word the rhymes with "duh." However, when the word the is pronounced before a vowel sound, it is properly pronounced "thee." …For example, "the end," "the only", "the other." (MORE)
You pronounce hijab like hij(the i should be pronounced short) jab and if you cant really pronounce it then you can call it a head covering or i call it a scarf.
In English : KREHD-it (cred to rhyme with red, it as in hit) Both vowels are short vowel sounds. The CR is pronounced as KR and the accent is on the first syllable. *In French (e.g. Cr Ã©dit Mobilier ), the second syllable is a long E sound ( KRED-ee ).
The correct spelling is " Basel ", pronounced: Baa-zel "Basle" is a English spelling which is not used much, it is more usual to use the official German spelling. You may also see the French spelling, "BÃ¢le", pronounced: Baal
CRACK-EN iTHiNK tbh i think it's just a matter of where you come from and what your accent is, i pronounce it Krah-Ken but my family pronounce it Krack-in it's just how you want to say it
The first O is long sounding (As in No or Boat) and the second O isshort as in (Box or lock)
You pronounce Thailand as Tie-land . Many English people see the th togethor and mispronounce it is Thigh-land.
An athame is a short knife, used especially by practitioners of theWiccan religion, that is used to direct energy. The word athame ispronounced, "ath-uh-may."
If you mean 'kirin', with one 'r', it is pronounced "keerin" with the 'i' in its short form.
Demos' is pronounced: De-ma-sis If there was no apostrophe at the end, it would sound like this: De-mas And it is not Demo's (which is pronounced: Dem-ohs)
Roughly like this - Sara-EE. To get even closer, pronounce "Sara" as you imagine a Spanish speaker would - a slight roll of the "r" and flattening both "a" sounds. Emphasis on the "ee" sound at the end.
O- thell -o The first syllable rhymes with pot , the second rhymes with hell and the last rhymes with go . The is the usual anglicized pronunciation.
The English name seldom uses the O sound, and is closer to "YOOR-up" (US) or "YOOR-rip"(UK). Conversely, the O is clear in the currency name Euro (YOOR-row) and European .
Ah fri kah the fr i has the short i sound, not i as in eye
The US pronunciation is long I, short A, as "CHY-nuh". British English is the same. In Mandarin Chinese, China is pronounced "zhong guo."
The word jalopenouse does not exist it the English language. Jalapeno is Mexican. The J is pronounced as an H. The jalapeÃ±o (pronounced /ËhalÉËpeÉªnjoÊ/ ; /ËhÃ¦lÉËpeÉªnjoÊ/ ; or /ËhÃ¦lÉËpiËnoÊ/ ; is a vegetable, medium- to large-sized chi…lli pepper which is prized for its warm, burning sensation when eaten. (MORE)
CHICK-uh-wuh CHICH (like a baby bird) - a (short vowel sound like "uh") - wa (short vowel sound like the other a)
I personally pronounce it 'Maga-lufff' but I do know some that pronounce it 'Maga-looof' I think my pronunciation is right though :)
It's pronounced Vuitton ( Vee-toone) for the Asian name And ( Vee-t-awn) as I'n Louis Vuitton.
Chaldeans is pronounced Kal-Dee-Ans (Im doing a S.S. project on them and found the pronounciation online:)
Well if ur talking about Percy Jackson's sword its pronounced ana-kloo-ss-moss GO PERCY JACKSON U ROCK
Beryllium Pronounced: burr-illy-yum burr like you're cold illy like the end of lily yum like food is good =) hope this helps -Kat
"Ruiz" is pronounced "Roo- eeth" (in Spain), or "Roo- eess" in Latin America. The stress is on the last syllable.
Most people will say it's pronounced "Per-see-us" (which is 100% acceptable) but the proper Greek pronunciation is "Per-seuss" (like Dr. Seuss).
It's pronounced SENgage (so like "engage" but adding an S at the beginning and shifting the stress to the first syllable).
sh like you are telling someone to be quiet sh. ch like the wordcheck. run it together to make shch. you would start with shch edrick. like you are saying the word shed but you need to add the chsound shched rick.
In traditional English pronunciation (as when reading the Bible or as an English speaker's given name): /ËÉliËeÉªzÉr/ (el-ee-AY-zahr) or /ËÉliËeÉªzÉr/ (el-ee-AY-zuhr). In modern Hebrew, /ËÊelÊaËzar/.
The classical pronunciation is (dis-nee-uh) with a silent P, but in modern use it is often pronounced (disp-nee-uh) . It means a problem with breathing.
Go to spellingbee.com and click on the link for dictionary. Then search up your word. When the page comes up click on the box that says "Hear It" or something. A new window will pop up and a voice will pronounce the word!
NIN-uh-vuh where nin is like in ninja uh is like "a" in a horse, a sock, a tournament vuh rhymes with uh (above)
I've heard it pronounced two ways: 1. Beetle-jooz (as in the movie character) 2. BATL-geez (with a long flat a, as in "wade") It is pronounced ba tle guese
Um. the Pharaoh Zeus wanted to take over the kingdom so the people who was in charged pronounce the Pharaoh with questions about his ideas and beliefs!!
If you're referring to the Hebrew refrain in the well known paragraph from the Passover Hagadah, it's dah-YAY-noo
I would say "Lev-I-a-th-an" just "Lev" and "I" like "I like cats" "a" like in Cat and last a "th" sound with "an" at the end
A pronouncement is a formal expression of an opinion or a statement made by a figure of authority.
h-OW doo yoo doo make sure that you don't put too much time into stressing each word though. when spoken normally the "do you do" sounds almost like one word
Kufis are worn by those of African descent that wish to show pride in their culture(s), irrespective of religion, so, alone, it doesn't indicate one's faith.
The usual pronunciation of I (the pronoun or English letter) is the same as the word (eye). However, the pronoun I is sometimes "extended" as (aye), a long I with a very soft long E on the end, similiar to (Ieeeee). Do not drag it out, but put the E sound softly on the end. The word "ice" is …long I + ssss. "I" is a long I with a very soft long E on the end. (MORE)
Pronunciation depends on your accent. Some people do pronounce"our" the same as "are", while others pronounce it as a singlesyllable "ow", rather than the two syllable "hour". English is funny like that: there are just so many accents aroundthe world that you often can't even ask why a word is pron…ounced ina certain way; since it often has multiple pronunciations! (MORE)