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Sat Jan 1 20:55:47 PST 2005
My Old English is a 'little' rusty, but if it follows the same rules as
most Old English names it ought to be pronounced "Drew-EH-tuh" or
"Dru-E-ta" (three syllables, accent on the second vowel). And yes, I am
aware that is *not* proper phonetic spelling for pronunciation. :)
~Lilas MacGuffin (mundanely studying medieval English lit)
--- Rhonda and Stephen Hays <housedragonstar at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Does anyone out there know how to correctly pronounce Drueta?
> >From one of Talan's articles, 1200ish or so English, if I recall
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