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Two thousand eight, or two thousand and eight.
Geth-se-man-ee Answer Or it can be pronounced Geth-sem-anee I apologise for not breaking the syllabels up correctly. I made the first answer, but I think the second… answer is probably more correct because of that.
The name Sarfraz comes from southern Asia near India and Bangladesh. It is pronounced as if it rhymes with "car has".
zay-vee-ur It's (ex-ay-vee-r) University it's actullay(ex-zay-vi-er)
Pronounce Mod-urn with emphasis on first syllable
Éire is Irish Gaelic for Ireland and it's pronounced AIR-ih.
Pronounce as pro-nun-see-ay-shun
The "oe" or "o umlaut" sound does not exist in spoken English, therefore English speakers with this surname pronounce it Mench or Monch--not Munch, Moh-ench, Minich , or Monic…h, as they have often endured hearing their name butchered.
In English it is pronounced, "MECKS-ee-koh". In Spanish it is pronounced, "may-HEE-koh".
In Name Origins
I think it would be ha-tee-je. It looks like the Albanian form of Arabic Khadija, the first wife of Prophet Muhammad. I may be mistaken, so please check for corrections!
It can be pronounced one of two ways: /eI/ as in the first letter of the English alphabet. (eh!) and in some dialects it can sometimes be used for the indefinite article when… it precedes a word beginning with an /iː/ as a semi-vowel, as in 'a yeast infection' or more commonly: /ə/ (the schwa sound) - for the indefinite article