Discussion in 'Literature' started by Qel, May 6, 2015.
Any other idea's?
Zoe-nama Se-kot is how I pronounce it.
Viqi Shesh. Vick-ee? Vich-ee? Vee-chee?
It was Vick-ee to me with the accent on the first syllable..
Vickee seems simplest to me.
Vjun. "Va-june"? Or maybe just "june" with a silent V?
Ve-jun, or ve-zhun. I pronounce with the soft "sh" sound-ve-tzun.
Following the example of "Duck-sun" in KOTOR 2, I pronounce it as though it rhymed with bludgeon.
Rogue Squadron 64 pronounced it just "Chan-drill-ah", while Andor goes with "Shan-drill-ah" with some emphasis on the first syllable. Is the Andor pronunciation used consistently throughout the new canon? For that matter, was the Rogue Squadron pronunciation used consistently in Legends?
I believe it was pronounced "Shan-drill-ah" in one episode of Rebels, as well. It was during a talk between Ezra and Mon Mothma, but I don't remember what episode it was.
Nyna Calixte is an interesting one.
Née-na, or N-I-na. Nee-nah I think is simplest.
Calixte I guess could be Call-ixt or Call-ixt-ay.
I always went with the latter but the former seems to make more sense.
Is it Jolee Bindo (doo) or Bin(dough)?
Saleucami is pronounced 2 different ways that I am aware of.
Tyber Zann in Forces of Corruption calls it Sal-u-cam-ee.
Adi Gallia in TCW calls it Sa-luke-a-my
Is how Obi Wan pronounces it in ROTS.
Iirc Sal-luke-a-my was also how it was pronounced in ROTS.
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Duh, I forgot they said it in the movie!
Is is Ben like end in Bendu or Bin-doo?
Gara Petothel: PET-a-thel? petOHthel? pet-o'THELL?
I'd say the second, or petOTHel.
Just looking at it, I'm thinking pet-o-thel...which unfortunately sounds similar to "pedophile".
Maybe it’s “PETE-oh-thial”
Nom Anor. Should be pretty straightforward, "nom a-nore", right? No! I just heard EckhartsLadder pronounce it "nome a-nore".
I always thought it was "nome a-nare."
But I am weird so... *shrugs*