Discussion in 'Literature' started by mxcp204, Jan 15, 2007.
Aaron Burr-burlp ... now, that would make sense, the second part the sound of his pistol shot!
Captain Dyne said he wasn't even going to try to pronounce it. Go for it!
I think I've finally settled upon the the final enigmatic word I'll utter on my deathbed! ...now I need some sort of snowglobe from Hoth to complete the effect.
Now that's a name I haven't heard in a long time. Poor dude, though he did go down to the greatest Sith Lord personally.
I liked Capt. Dyne, too. He was a pretty cool character, even if he did die to Palpatine.
Very old commercial with some attempts at naming secondary/tertiary characters:
I was not aware you don't pronounce the "LOM" in 4-LOM.
I've always pronounced it "Four-Ell-Oh-Em", not "For-lom".
I also thought it was knee-enn, not nine.
The audiobook has it as Knee-enn nuhn-bah
I always said Knee-enn Numb, until I read the second EGTC, which said it was pronounced "Nine Numb". And then the audio book said Knee-enn Nuhn-bah and I was so confused. But I refuse to say Nuhn-bah. It sounds stupid.
Looking at the spelling, that makes more sense.