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  1. #6
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    Aug 2009
    Marjorie has 'j' sound like the words jump and jade.

  2. #8
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    Apr 2012
    Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    My grandmother's name is Marjorie and she pronounced it Mar + Juh + ree. Pronounced that way, it's not difficult at all.
    Mommy to John Alexander & 3 furbabies; Maggie the dog, Rex & Bella the wannabe lions

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  3. #10
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    Nov 2012
    It's pronounced Mar-jor-ee, to copy what everyone else says. I like Margery and Marguerite more, but Marjorie kind of avoids the nickname Marge, and that's a big plus.
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  4. #12
    Join Date
    May 2013
    North-east of Milan, Italy
    Oh, thanks. I'm not a native English speaker, so I don't always pronounce names the right way.

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Mar 2013
    Midwest U.S.
    I pronounce it MAR-jor-ee. with a hard J sound. I'm guessing this is the English pronunciation as opposed to the French or Spanish pronunciation? if you want it pronounced MAR-jor-ee- no, I don't think it's too difficult. if you want it pronounced ma-ree-OH-ree, I think you're going to have a problem.
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