Pronunciation

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Ok if you have played alot of Zelda games then you should know what Kakariko Village is. The thing is, how do u really pronounce Kakariko. I mean i have my own way of pronouncing it, but i just relized i could be saying it wrong. I dont think you ever hear the word Kakariko in any zelda game. You always just read it. I have always pronounced it like this (kack-uh-reeh-koe)

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I pronounce it cok-a-Ree-ko.

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I pronounce it as its spelled. Kah-kar-ee-koh.

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I have also always pronounced it kack-uh-reeh-koe.
I've spoken to friends in the past about it and they also pronounced it this way.

I think cok-a-Ree-ko is kind of strange.. why is it cok when the word is starts with kak?

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I have always said Kah-kah-ree-koe.
But now that I say it, cok-a-Ree-ko sounds better. It sounds more like what a village would be called. But then that's just my opinion.

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I pronounce it Kah-ka-ree-ko. But its really cool to see how other people prnounce Zelda stuff, not only Kakariko village. I mean, I've heard someone say Kokiri as Koh-ker-ee, wheras I say Ko-keer-ee. :D

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How do you guys pronounce Deku, Hylia, and Farore?

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[color="#FF0000"]I prnounce deku:dee-kuu.

hylia:hi-lee-a

farore:far-or-ee


I can't pronounce very well sorry.[/color]

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I pronounce Deku as Dee-kuu

Hylia as Hi-lee-uh

And Farore as Fuh-ror-eh

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For me:

Deku: Dai-koo
Hylia: High-lee-ah
Farore: Far-or

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I pronounce them:

Doo-ku (Don't ask why. Its been like that since I started playing Zelda)

High-lee-ah.

And

Far-or.

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Deh-koo
High-lee-ah
fair-ore

hehehe its funny to see how people pronounce things.. :D

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lol... for -or- ee?

thats a funny way to pronounce it.

I say
High-lee-yah
Dee-kue
Far-ore


Ok here's a good one... Oocoo
I say it like this Oh-oak-oh

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Actually I used to pronounce Farore, Fair-ore. Sometimes I still do. I'm not even sure.

Don't you love it when your talking (In person) to another fan and they start saying Deck-ooh or something like that and you have no idea what they're talking about? The stuff is too hard to pronounce.

I've got two more. . .

Epona

and Gerudo

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Also, forgot to mention this. I pronounce Deku two ways. When I first started OoT, I pronounced the Deku Tree, the Dai-koo tree. Then, when I faced the Deku Scrubs, I just called em deh-koo scrubs. Strange I know lol :embarrassed:

Epona: Eh-pown-uh
Gerudo: Ger-oo-doh

:D

And what about...

Moblins?

For me: Maw-blins (some of my friends pronounce it mow-blinz)

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