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January 22nd, 2013 11:46 PM #21
I also just assumed Rosalie was prounces like that, "Rosa-lie". No, its "Rosa-lee". I've fallen in love with my pronunciation. I hope of I ever do get to use Rosalie, I can still be able to prounce it that way (probably not, too much of a pain in the a$$).
And my SO loved the pronunciation of "MEE-cah" from Paranormal Activity. When he found out it was actually "MY-cah", he still liked it, just not as much.Teenberry. INFP. Ravenclaw. Passions: art, theatre, music, psychology, yoga, meditation, naming, and reading.
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January 23rd, 2013 01:09 AM #23Junior Member
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Hey, I'm from Germany and I think MAD-chen comes pretty close to the German pronounciation of of Madchen (I'm guessing you're referring to the German word Mädchen meaning 'girl'?) I'm actually not sure how to say MAY-chee-yen. I'm from the south of Germany and our pronounciation is quite similar to the one you prefer.
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