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  1. #6
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    I would say rose-uh-line

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    Either rose-uh-leen or rose-uh-line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatkathryngirl View Post
    Rose-uh-leen. I think Roz-uh-lyn is spelled Rosalyn.
    Ditto this!
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    I say Rose-uh-leen, but I've heard Rozz-lynn before...
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    I believe the correct pronunciation is ROZ-a-line. That's how it's been pronounced at every Shakespeare performance I've been to at least.
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