If a welsh mans name was pronounce sounds something like this Clint hackin how would it be spelled in welsh?
Not all names used in the English-speaking world have Welsh forms. 'Clint'
sounds more American than Welsh and Hacken is an English surname from
Derbyshire and Nottingham.
It sounds like 'mahir', and is spelled m'athair. Read More
The country France is spelled Ffrainc in Welsh and sounds like frynk (long i sound). Read More
Exactly as its spelled... Boba Fett. If you really want a detailed pronunciation, it sounds something like this... BOW, as in bow and arrow, BA, just like it's spelled, *space*, and the FETT, kinda like FEET, but more focused on the T's instead. Read More
how you spelled it is just how it sounds, though the how you spelled it likely means prefix, like the de- in defuse or degrade. the way it is spelled is prix (price) fixe (fixed) Read More
Szeretlek. It sounds something like : sare-at-lack. Read More
i don't know. i HATE words like that!!! it should be spelled fonics or something like that. lol Read More
You can pronounce Wang Jian, Wang with "a" sounds like in sung, and Jian with "J" is spelled as "C" and the vocal "a" as "e" like in word "end" Hope it help ^_^ Read More
deidara is pronounced " deh- ii- dar-a "....its actually exactly how its spelled.....put those sounds together and u get "deidara" Read More
It would be pronounced with hard "E" vowel sounds, as though it were spelled STREEK. So that it rhymes with the word WEEK. Read More
Correctly spelled Fionnagán seen in the Irish surname Ó Fionnagáin, sounds roughly like finn-a-gaun. Read More
The proper way to pronounce it is how it's spelled, sound it out: car-a-mel (i.e. kahr-uh-mehl) It is also correct to pronounce it kahr-mehl or kahr-muhl because when you try saying the correct pronunciation a few times fast, that is how it sounds. IT IS INCORRECT TO PRONOUNCE IT CARE-UH-MEHL. If it was meant to be pronounced like that, it would be spelled caeramel or cairamel. Read More
A synonym for wonderful is fantastic, which is spelled fantastique. It sounds like the English fantastic except it has the noise "eek" at the end (ique). Read More
Patrick would be Patricio in Spanish and sounds something like "patritheeo" Read More
díthreabh (wilderness or retreat) sounds something like "djee-hrow" rhyming with "cow". Read More
Through sounds like stew but is spelled differently. Read More
I have a friend, he is part Native American, and is very influenced by his culture. He speaks many Native American languages. He said that it is spelled Sacajawea, (or Sacagawea, either is acceptable) and most people pronounce it that way. But the correct way to pronounce it sounds like sakakawea, but again it is not spelled like that. Read More
The word is Grossvater. The R's are rolled or flipped. Other than that, Gross sounds pretty much like the English word spelled the same way. The V of "Vater" sounds like an F. The A sounds like it would in English "Father." Read More
The auditory pronunciation sounds something like "Ey-ya-fyah-dlah-yeuh-cudl". Read More
Harry Styles. Exactly like it's spelled. ====== The same as "styles" (plural for a particular form or design of something or a fashion) Sounds the same as "stile" (plural for a set of steps to help people climb over a fence or wall) Read More
A homophone is a word that sounds the same but is spelled differently and means something else e.g. rein, reign and rain. Read More
pronounce it as it is, follow the basic sounds of the letters Read More
Usually spelled Caroline, it can also be Karoline. Usually pronounced karuhlin with all short vowel sounds - it is sometimes pronounced karuhlIn with a long I in the last syllable. Read More
It sounds a lot like rock-house. Short a, pronounce the k twice. Kau sounds like Coe. Read More
Broken down by sounds politics should be pronounce pol-i-tics. Read More
I'm guessing if you used english sounds it'd be something like this: ELL ROO-EE-DOE KAY Read More
The first two letters sound like Joe and the b is soft like the second b in Bob. The name rhymes with robe. If I spelled it the way it sounds it would be jobe. Read More
It is spelled the way it sounds. In English spelling, the digraph pH usually stands for the f sound. Read More
How do you spell that word that means like trapped as in you snuk up on something and trapped it it sounds like its spelled 'kote' or 'cot'?
caught Read More
The correct spelling of the dance move that contains three steps and a hop and sounds something like shaddish?
Schottische is how it is commonly spelled, though there are many variations. Read More
You pronounce chibi as 'chee-bee', but the 'ee's are short; no long 'ee' sounds. Read More
What is another word that sounds like patients but it means something different and is spelled differently?
The word is patience (willingness to wait, forbearance). The term used is "homophones" (sounds alike). Traditionally these are called homonyms, but more specifically homonyms have to be spelled the same as well, so actually are the same thing as the defined uses of a spelling. Read More
"glas" sounds like "gloss"; "liath" sounds like "Leah". Read More
Moshling -> Mosh sounds like posh and ling sounds like ding. Read More