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Why is Oregon pronounced Oregon?

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How do you say The Dalles?

Continuing the trend of Oregon cities with hard to pronounce names, The Dalles is said “The DALZ.” Just one syllable. And yes, “The” is part of the full name. Don’t drop it.

How do locals say Oregon?

If you haven’t heard a native Oregonian say “Oregon” out loud, you might not know how to pronounce it. Just remember that it’s OR-eg-in, not “OR-e-gawn.” Place the stress on the first syllable, and keep the “g” hard, as in “gun”. You can say “OR-ih-g-in” or “OR-eh-g-in”.

Is caramel pronounced Carmel or caramel?

Caramel is pronounced with three syllables. Carmel, the city, is pronounced with two syllables. You can use the number of syllables in each word to link it with other nouns of the same type: caramel and aerogel are both three-syllable common nouns, while Carmel and Arnold are both two-syllable proper nouns.

How do you pronounce Netarts?

Netarts /ˈniːtɑːrts/ is an unincorporated community in Tillamook County, Oregon, United States; it is a census-designated place (CDP).

How do you pronounce Gervais Oregon?

Gervais /ˈdʒərvɪs/ is a city in Marion County, Oregon, United States. The population was 2,464 at the 2010 census.

How do you pronounce Deschutes?

Whether you’re sipping a Black Butte Porter or heading out for a float on the Deschutes River, make sure you’re saying it like this: “Deh-SHOOTS.”

How do you pronounce the last name Nguyen?

N’win/Ng’win: One syllable. Ng’win is closest to the correct Vietnamese pronunciation. Noo-yen/Ngoo-yen: Two syllables.

How do you pronounce Aloha Oregon?

The local pronunciation, however, has remained Uh-LO-uh rather than Ah-LO-ha.

Is Pecan pronounced pecan or pecan?

We can all rest assured that there is no one proper pronunciation for the word pecan; though, the most accepted is “pi-KAHN.” The word pecan originated from the Algonquin term pacane and the iteration we are most familiar with was used in the mid-1700s. From there, pronunciation trends really seem to vary.