How do you pronounce the name ceja?
You pronounce it like this "Say ha" that is how you pronounce Ceja.
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Michelangelo can be pronounced 3 ways.. Michael- Angelo . Mickel- Angelo . Mike-ell-angel-o . Another answer: . Of the three: number one is OK for English, number two comes closer to Italian.. Number three seems doubtful.
The German name Funke is pronounced "FOON-kah," as in the children's author Cornelia Funke (writer of The Thief Lord and Inkheart ).. - Cornelia has been known to laugh about the way many Americans pronounce it as "Funky."
Pronunciation of "Delano Roosevelt" . I went to a school named Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the way we pronounced it was "FRANK-lin DELL-uh-no ROSE-seh-velt".
depends.......most say "on-ya" like "on" as in "on the table" and "ya" as in well...ya i guess. you can pronounce it differently i assume. YES MY NAME IS ANYA AND IT BOTHERS ME DEEPLY WHEN PEOPLE SAY MY NAME WRONG. ITS ON-YA, PLEASE DONT SAY IT DIFFERENTLY! Thank you person who wrote above me for u…nderstanding!. OMG mine is too (i'm the person who wrote it above)!!!!!!!! i spell it like anya and it kills me when people call me AN- YA i hate it!!! (MORE)
My surname is McFadzean and it's so annoying when someone asks that! No offence! Anyway, Mc - Fad - zeen! Just the way it is written down really! well my name is mcfadzean and is pronounced mcfadgen.....the way it is suppose to be pronounced!!!!!
I'm pretty sure it's pronounced like "May-ott". Not positive, but that's my friend's last name and she says it that way.
I've never seen the name before: the closest would be Muirenn (in Old Irish) now spelled Muireann (mir-an) in Modern Irish. The name may mean "sea-white, sea-fair". It is true that the meaning is "sea-fair". It is pronounced (Mare-in). Mairenn was a Irish Queen.
Answer . toot - ank -a- moon . tut = image. ankh = living. amun = the god Amun. Tutankhamun = the living image of Amun. Answer . king tut's name is split into 3 different parts: tut-ankh-amun. the ankh is the symbol of life. amun is a god(not sure which one) and so is pronounced: tut- awnk- a…men. (MORE)
Hollywood studios have been pronouncing it "POY-tee-ay" for awhile. Not sure how he pronounces it.
It's the Irish Gaelic spelling of the name 'Kieran', and they are both pronounced roughly the same way. 'Cair' means 'dark' or 'black', so the name usually meant "dark one" (without any forboding conotations, rather intended as a term of indearment) and historically would have been the name given to… children with dark hair and eyes, back when Gaelic was the tongue of the region. It still remains a very popular Irish name today. BTW, it is a much more common man's name than woman's, at least in Ireland, and has only come into vogue as a woman's name in recent decades (not that this last bit is all that important, but it is part of the name's history). It was largely popularized by the canonization of a couple of 6th century fellows). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Kieran (MORE)
Juliana [xu'ljana], [ÏuËljana], pronounced with the International Phonetic Alphabet for Spanish. *The [x] sound is like that in German "i ch " or in Scottish English "lo ch ". The second pronunciation is mainly heard in the northern territories of Spain, and sometimes in the centre o…f Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay or Peru, being an "uvular" fricative. (MORE)
Actually, it is a compilation of Bella's mother's name (RenÃ©e) and Edward's mother-figure's name (Esme). It is pronounced ruh-NEZ-may. And her middle name is Carlie (Charlie + Carlisle = Carlie) which is pronounced KAR-lee. RenÃ©e is pronounced ruh-NAY, Esme is pronounced EZ-may. Renesmee… uses the ruh-N of RenÃ©e and the EZ-may of Esme. ruh-NEZ-may, there you go. . Jake simplifies things by calling her Nessie.. In Breaking Dawn:. Bella: "I kicked a few things around. Playing with RenÃ©e and Esme. I was thinkingâ¦ Ruh- nez -may.". Rosalie: "Ruhnezmay?". Bella: "R-e-n-e-s-m-e-e. Too weird?" (Meyer 327). (MORE)
They are a mixture of brown and blue! On the inside is like a firecracker of brown and on the outside they are like a grayish blue but most of the time they look brown!!!
It can be pronounced as la-fa-yet or la-fee-yet. though it is more accurate to pronounce it as la-fee-yet .it is a french word and in french it is pronounced as la-fee-yet though Americans and british pronounce it la-fa-yet (Lafayette)
Some people think it is Lawt Nur but even in his interviews he says ( Tay-Lor) (Lowt-Nur) go on youtube and listen real close "taylor lautner on snl intro"
It's pronounced the same way as it is spelled/written, since it is in Spanish; (troo-he-yo)
The "Ta" is pronounced with a short a, (the ah sound). The "ke" is pronounced like you would say the letter "k" (as in OK).
Most people would say Jason whereas some would say Jay-see-on but Game himself pronounces it as Jason
There is not really a way to pronounce it in English because we Dutch have an entire different way of pronouncing letters. Hendrickje is an old name no young people in the Netherlands will have this name. But some people might be called Hendrik. What is still an old name. Hendrik (pronounced the …same as Hendrick) Hen - like in the bird hen dr - pronounced like the dr from drowning. ik - like ick in stick. Hen - drik (MORE)
Xemnas (ZEM-nuhs) . Xigbar (Zig-Bahr) . Xaldin (Zahl-din) . Vexen (Vecks-ehn) . Lexaeus (Lecks-ay-us) . Zexion (Zecks-ee-on) . Saix (S-eye-iks) . Axel (Acks-uhll/Acks-ell) . Demyx (Dehm-icks) . Luxord (Luk-zord) . Marluxia (Mar-luh-shia ) . Larxene (Lark-zeen) . Ro…xas (Rocks-uhs) . Xion ( She-on) (MORE)
It is mostly likely the spelled like this... Tháº¯m . It sounds like"tum" almost. Like the slang word tum tum (stomach) very fast . Theáº¯ is very very short and the TH is like the T in english but it hasan aspiration . Meaning push out air from your mouth when sayingit. Best to look online fo…r a voice recording.... (MORE)
Elphaba- EL- FAH-BAH Glinda- Gl-in-da Galinda- GAH-lin-da, or GUH-lin-da Fiyero- Fee- ehr- o Tiggular- Tig-you-lahr (lahr rhymes with car) Frexpar- Freks-par Thropp- Th-rahp Dillamond- Dill-a-mohnd Nessarose- Nes-a-roe-s Morrible- Sounds like 'Horrible'
It will be easier if you break it up and find similar sounding words in the English language. Pen - this is the same sound as a pen (writing instrument e.g. fouintain pen ) rh - the rh sound is the same one as you make at the beginning of the word ri ght iw - is the exact sound of the sla…ng word eeww (as in something gross or discusting) cei - is the same sound as the female name Kay b - the same sound as you would make for the word b anana er - the same sound as you would make at the beginning of the word err or Now try saying it together using the examples Penrieewwkayberr Penrhiwceiber Hope this helps x -- The above is excellent. The locals pronounce the name slightly differently which is of course expected in colloquialism - the the area we pronounce it as pen roo (as in kangaroo) ki (as in kite) bar penrookibar (MORE)
With a V and long I - v-i-tch (one syllable) Or, a W and long I - w-i-tch (one syllable)
I've never heard of that name but It's probably said, Or-f-ey or something similar to that. Hope this helped!
Depends. In the Watchmen movie they pronounced it "vite", rhyming with fight, to play up the character's German/nazi heritage. I know the website Veidt.com pronounces it "vayt", rhyming with wait.
If you mean the members' names then.... James Hetfield (Jayms Het-feeld) Robert Trujillo (Rob-ert Troo-hee-oh) Kirk Hammet (Kerk Hamet) Lars Ulrich (Larz Ugh-l-rick)
"Rebecca" the writing is identical, and the pronounciation close to the way the English say it.
same as if you say "pol" letter "a" followed by a "u" makes an "o" sound in french so it "pol"
I'm fairly sure that the Norwegian name Aagot, also spelled Ã got, is pronounced /ËËoËÉ¡Ét/ in Norwegian. This is in the International Phonetic Alphabet, and I put ËË to indicate that it has tone 2. Norwegian uses two tones and tone 2 is a falling tone in the Oslo pronunciation…, but you probably don't have to worry too much about this if you just need to say the name in English. Norwegian vowels can't be replicated exactly in English, but a fair approximation in English would be 'OH-got'. (MORE)
If you are traveling to a non-English speaking country, it is unlikely people will call you by the Italian translation of your name. This has to do with etiquette, and manners. But if you really want to know I think it is spelt the same David but pronounced Dathid but I am not sure. David is Da…vid. A Name is a name. Just with an accent. (MORE)
you pronounce it ( a (short a)- ke (short e)- na (short a)- ten (short e, long n) ) Akhenaten
I have a book, Learning Irish. It teaches the now somewhat standardized pronounciations. It also comes with an audio CD, on which I heard the pronounciation. I'll try to communicate that pronounciation here using the English phonetic notation. So, it's: A-ruh Long "A", like in "grApe" For the r, the… tongue rolls a tiny bit. the "u" in "ruh" sounds like the 'u' in "tough". (MORE)
I don't really understand the question.. You want to know how a French person would pronounce the English word Stormie? The main difference probably is that the accent (ie emphasis) would be placed on the second syllable. In English, the word is pronounced exactly as if you said the word Storm (in a… strong way) and then the "ie" trails off, is weaker, like STORM-ie. It's the opposite in French.. Almost like if you said sturm-MIII.. The emphasis would be on the MI.. Hope that helps and I hope I understood what you meant.. (MORE)
It is pronounces A-lee it is my name i should know. I believe it means light and is is like scottish or gaelic or something- look it up
Since there are no vowels, the vowel sound is supplied by the "r". So the vowel will be as short as you can pronounce it: Smurt. If you can roll the "r', so much the better.
Nick E Ma naj Minaj is pronounced like garage. Nicki is pronounced just like micki
The greek name Phaedrus is pronounced Feedrus by englishspeakers, a greek pronunciation would be more like Pedros.
P-O-L-L-O-C-K Poll is pronounced like doll as in barbie doll but with a P instead of a d. Ock is pretty much how is sound is like a little half a sound then a k or c sound.
Cleopatra was a throne name used by nearly all the Greek queens of Egypt. the Cleopatra who was involved with Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony and was the last queen of Egypt before the Roman takeover, is known to the modern world as Cleopatra VII. Her father was Ptolemy XII Auletes. Ptolemy was the …throne name used by most of the kings of Egypt from the death of Alexander until the Romans took over. The correct pronunciation of Ptolemy would be as if spelled in English as Tol-em-me. (MORE)
Normally, names don't change. Makayla in English would also be Makayla in French. Since the name is pretty soft already, even someone with a French accent should be able to say it properly.
In English we say "DAN-tay", with the emphasis on the first syllable, and the first "a" as short - as in the the name Dan. In Italian it comes out pretty similar. It is pronounced "DÃ hnteh" in Italian as in English.
The way to pronounce the name Alcibiade , Italian for theGreek name Alcibiades , is "AL-tchee-BYA-dey" in Italian.
Ti - HWAN - ah. Many Americans mistakenly pronounce it as Ti - ah - HWAN - ah
X is literally the letter 'X' and 'Nicola' is my first name. You pronounce X the way you pronounce the letter. Nicola is pronounced like Nic-o-la.
I didn't find anything on the search engine, so I'm going to go with a simple phonic pronunciation and say "Ig-doof" just like it's spelled.
Ao is the kanji for the color blue or green. Ki is the kanji fortree. Ao is pronounced like "ow", and ki is pronounced like theenglish "key". Ow-key.
Pretty sure it's Renesmee... And I think it's pronounced ren (as in rent), ez (as in resolution) may (as in May)
The breakdown of the pronunciation of Deanna is d ee - ae n - n uh. The d is a hard d like in do. The ee's are pronounced as you would pronounce them in see. The a is said the same as you would say at. The n's are pronounced together the same way you would say the n in no. The a at the end is pronou…nced like a u, as it would in up. (MORE)
The name Yuxon remains the name Yuxon because it is a name. The pronunciation for the Chinese Yuxon is yoo-ucks-on. Again, depending on the dialect the pronunciation can differ from area to area.