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It is pronounced "SHINSHIA". (Consonants are pronounced more or less the same way as in English. "A" sounds like a in father, but shorter. "I" sounds like ee in meet, but shorter.)
My name, Tom, comes out to Tomu, which happens to be the verb for "to become rich" in Japanese. Maybe its a sign? :-D
Psh well doesn`t that suck?
-tries Madge and Midge-
...you stole my name.
There`s the Romanizations; double-consonants are pronounced with a slight pause, so "Kassandora" would be spoken "kas,sandora". Just an FYI.
but it looks so fu<king cool
"NOT IN THE DATABASE"
*types in Noah*
"Pronounced like `NOA`"
I like the nickname.. kinda cute.. although sounds like Yoshi! :P
It is pronounced "ROOREN".
It is pronounced "FERISHIA". (Consonants are pronounced more or less the same way as in English. "A" sounds like a in father, but shorter. "I" sounds like ee in meet, but shorter. "E" sounds like e in met.)
Haha, "Ferishia" :-P
Some of these don`t come out right. And some say ridiculous things. After that tatoo link we should know better.
Bollox to you then!
here it is->[img]http://www.japanesetranslator.co.uk/your-name-in-japanese/temporary-items/QZQj8T_7fAxB5NshxqwsrBvDDs3pmVp1a54c306CKy4/Brian.png[/img]
My name in Japanese is pronounced... exactly the same as in English. Don`t I feel generic.
huh, hard as hell to pronounce right too.
That Shouldnt Be Too Hard To Learn
Stupid translator thingy
Um...since when does Tiff sound like Dave????
uh..no, i haven`t
I like it.
-It is pronounced "BURANDON". -
1 letter differnece...