Some articles on pronounced:
... Two pronounced season dry from November to April and wet during the rest of the year ... No dry season with a pronounced rainfall from November to January ... Seasons are not very pronounced, relatively dry from November to April, and wet during the rest of the year ...
... shortened by football fans in general to "Hibs" (pronounced to rhyme with "bibs"), but local fans of the club itself are more likely to refer to the team with the nickname "Hibees" (pronounced "High-bees") ... The Boston Celtics of the NBA have their nickname pronounced "sell-ticks" (a pronunciation also used by Glasgow's Celtic FC) as opposed to the conventional ... Team handball, known as just "handball" in French, is pronounced in this language by people who've played at school or in a club, respecting the origin of this sport, following the German sound for "ball ...
... Whoever pronounced it as /fɾanˈθisko/ (as in European Spanish) would be thrown to the Magdalena River ... were asked to pronounce the word "garbanzo" (pronounced in Castilian Spanish) ... Cubans pronounced the /r/ as /l/, and the /θ/ as /s/, resulting ...
... Myerscough (generally pronounced /ˈmaɪərzkoʊ/ MYRZ-koh, locally /ˈmɑːskrə/) is an English surname, which is most common in Lancashire ... People with the name are used to it being pronounced or spelt incorrectly, mainly due to people being unfamiliar with the name and pronouncing it how ...
... its origins as the collateral form of the root forenames Maelan (pronounced Moylan) Maolain (pronounced Mullan)and Meallain (pronounced Mellan) ... The Irish form Mac (pronounced Mec=son of) Maoláin evolved primarily in the provinces of Connacht, Leinster and also in Ulster, where the influx of Scot Irish McMillan who adopted the Irish form of McMullen ...
More definitions of "pronounced":
- (adj): Produced by the organs of speech.
Famous quotes containing the word pronounced:
“Imperialism is capitalism at that stage of development at which the dominance of monopolies and finance capitalism is established; in which the export of capital has acquired pronounced importance; in which the division of the world among the international trusts has begun, in which the division of all territories of the globe among the biggest capitalist powers has been completed.”
—Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (18701924)
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For instancepassion in a lovers glorious,
But in a husband is pronounced uxorious.”
—George Gordon Noel Byron (17881824)
“I have not had major experience of talking with people once pronounced brain-dead, but I think we could be safe in saying he did not have great zip.”
—Sir Howard Smith (b. 1919)