Entries Beginning with S
SDN48 pronounced as S.D.N. Forty-eight
pronounced as Sack-son
Sarcofago pronounced as sar-cof-a-go
I've heard some people say "ba-RAY", which would be French, but that's not how Sara herself says it.
So many people misspell her last name because they often hear it without first seeing it in print. Look on the album covers, guys!
pronounced as Say-O-Sin
This is the correct pronunciation, NOT "Say Ocean"
If you don't say it carefully enough, it might sound like "See ya!"
pronounced as SHAD-EY
Totally doesn't look that way.
It looks like it should be pronounced like "Chair" (or to some wiseacres, "Churr"). But it's not. It starts with the "SH" sound.
pronounced as Shaw-DAY
I used to think that it was pronounced as chick because 'chic' is the first four letters of the word 'chicken' and I thought 'chic' was short was short for 'chicken.'
Her aunt was popular Broadway musical actress Nanette Fabray.
The first name is NOT pronounced like "Chalk-a"
Even this is only a close approximation; the "sh" should sound hollower than an English "sh."
When I first saw her name, I thought it was pronounced SHON-ya!
Siobhan Fahey, Siobhán Donaghy, Siobhan (band) pronounced as Shvaughn
Thanks Gaels, thanks a lot.
pronounced as Sierra, but I think it should be see-AH-ra
Just because of the way it's spelled.
They use the Roman numeral for 2, which can be unstressed (like the word "to" often is).
Spandau is a borough of Berlin, Germany and home of the notorious Spandau Prison.
The "eu" is pronounced "oy" in German. Stiller rhymes with Miller
pronounced as sticks
As in sticks and stones.
Obie Lame Kenobi
pronounced as Sun (with an emphasis on the 'n' sound)
The name graphically and aurally depicts the droning, feedback-drenched guitar sound that this band is known for.
Not BAWN-o like Bono of U2.
Swen Galli pronounced as Swun-Gal-y
It was the name of a Canadian rock band.
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