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Thread: Pronounce Eulalie
July 1st, 2013 09:17 PM #16
I'm with @nat108--my best friend was French, and considered this for one of her daughters. The American pronunciation is you-lay-lee (which is actually rather cute), but the French pronunciation is oo-lah-lee, which is much less flattering, imo (too bad not everything sounds better in French!).Lise
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July 1st, 2013 09:18 PM #18
I say yoo-lay-lee~catalina~
courage is what it takes
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July 1st, 2013 09:23 PM #20Senior Member
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Hence the * I wrote next to the first syllable — "eu" it's really neither yoo nor oo, but rather /ø/ which doesn't exist in English.Bertrand -bertie-, Wilfred, Léon, Axel, Cuthbert -cubby-, Maxentius, Aubrey, Phoebus, John-Henry.
Émilienne, Livia, Annabella -abbey-, Maud, Rosamund, Kimborough, Clemency, Elizabeth-Charlotte.
July 1st, 2013 09:34 PM #22
I say it YOO-luh-lee, just like in this pretty song...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WMRkL93jAMAlice, Cecilia, Cora, Eve, Georgia, Iris, Johanna, Phoebe, Rose, Sylvie, Tess, Violet
Calvin, Dexter, Felix, Graham, Hugo, Leo, Louis, Miles, Oscar, Paul, Simon, Walter
July 1st, 2013 09:46 PM #24
I pronounce it You-lay-lee