I’ve been pronouncing it as “Ay-o-eye-fee”. I was humiliated when I realised it was actually promounced “e-fa”.
How do/did you pronounce “Aoife”?
- How do you pronounce Saorise? I previously said Sour-eese
- What about the name Caoimhe? Cay-o-eye-mee (I’m very wrong)
- Zosia? Zo-she-a (wrong again).
- How do you say Helena? (I say He-lay-na, but some say He-le-na).*
Any other names you can think of?
WHAT’S THE WORST THAT I COULD SAYYYY THINGS ARE BETTER IF I STAY
Cough sorry about that Cough
I say Hel Ay Nuh
Because my Grandad used to call me Hel Ah Nuh
I don’t, I give up when I see more than 2 vowels next to each other in a name
The name Sean still confused me
Shawn, but I read it as Seen.
I sometimes pronounce Stephen as “Steph-en”.
Stefan but not a harsh “a” sound