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I always say Giritina as "Jai-re-teen-a". I mean, when I fist saw that thing, I thought the G was pronounced as a J, like SO MANY other things that start with G do. My friend used to call Suicune "Soo-seen" because she thought "Swee-coon" sounded too much like a bug-type's name (hey, we were only eight). I still call Arceus "Are-see-us". I used to say "Salamence" like "Sa-la-ma-nence".
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Claimer of the Keyblade, the Wabbajack, Skill Link, Phoenix Down, Lucina, the Silver Bow, and Roxas.
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Cryogonal. I always pronounce it Crygonagal, like that lady from Harry Potter.
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I pronounce Chinchou as "Chin-chao" but apparently is supposed to be pronounced "Chin-choh"
Can someone please tell me the prenunseation (yes I spelt that wrong) of Arceus? I'm confused between Ar se us and Ark e us.
Chinchou's English name are reverse of the vowels in its Japanese name." It's Japanese name is pronounced "Cho-n-chee", so I guessed that's how Chinchou is pronounced based on that.
Then there's Giratina. I'm fairly certain the correct English pronunciation is "gee-rah-TEE-nah" (with a hard "G"), but I still consistently refer to it as "jih-RAH-tih-nah", because that just sounds much more intimidating to me. The official way sounds dumb.
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Arceus' movie (KEY was used in the movie itself, SAY was used in the trailers)
As a Brit when I first heard that Arceus was pronounced as 'Ar-see-us' I then always pronounced it as 'Arc-ie-us' like how most of us Brits pronounce it or we'll have people jump on us for swearing in public as 'arse' is a swear word in our culture. Plus pronouncing it the way I do just feels better to say, sounds more strong for the creator of Pokemon.