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    How do you pronounce the following name: Ariadne
    I see it a lot here on the site but I have no idea how it is pronounced.

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    I say it as Arry-ad-nee. Like Barry without the B, then add, and then knee.

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    I say ah-ree-ad-nee. Such a complicated pronunciation for what is quite a short looking name
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    I pronounce it similar to the previous poster, ah-ree-aud-nee. I think it's a beautiful name.


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    ar-ee-add-nee
    you should read the story of Theseus and the Minotaur
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