League of Legends Pronunciation Thread

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no name Cola

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05-22-2011

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Originally Posted by Banana Cognac View Post
I still stand firm on Kay-Lee
I'm not sure, but I believe "kayle" only has one "e"


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ItzWarty

Senior Member

05-22-2011

Nah Suhs (Not like Soo[th], more like Sah[ara])


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Misentro

Senior Member

05-22-2011

Tairic
Niduhlee


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a viIIage idiot

Junior Member

07-06-2011

The name originates from the Irish. The female pronunciation of the name is (ka(y)-le), which means "slim and fair; crown of laurel".

There are several different ways one 'could' pronounce it.

Although the male pronunciation is much different and can be still pronounced in the male form for a female, this would be politically incorrect.

Source: http://www.smartbabynames.com/meaning/girl/Kayle/


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Crunchy Walrus

Senior Member

07-06-2011

FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO SAY SHAY-KO

how do u pronounce taco? kthx


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OhYouFancyHuh

Member

07-06-2011

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Originally Posted by Crunchy Walrus View Post
FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO SAY SHAY-KO

how do u pronounce taco? kthx
You are right, in the English language words that are spelled in a similar fashion are always pronounced the same as well.

Stay in school.


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Souji Setuh

Senior Member

07-06-2011

I don't like it pronounced CASS-uh-din. I pronounce it kuh-SAH-din.


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Zkaiser

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07-06-2011

It's definitely Shack-Oh. Shay-Co is all kinds of wrong when you look at it.


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Crunchy Walrus

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07-06-2011

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Originally Posted by BooggabooBlink View Post
You are right, in the English language words that are spelled in a similar fashion are always pronounced the same as well.

Stay in school.
Name one word that ends with "aco" that makes a ay-co sound

How about Paco? Nope.


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DoctorMcPain

Senior Member

07-06-2011

I say Kael, Shayco, Cog Maw.