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How are you supposed to pronounce 'GRAINNE'?

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yorkshirepudding Fri 02-May-08 14:58:56

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flowerybeanbag Fri 02-May-08 14:59:39

gron-yuh I think

hatrick Fri 02-May-08 14:59:44

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cocolepew Fri 02-May-08 14:59:49


CountessDracula Fri 02-May-08 15:00:15

gron -yuh I reckon too

yorkshirepudding Fri 02-May-08 15:00:34

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SheikYerbouti Fri 02-May-08 15:02:44

Gron yuh

I have a cousin with the same name

MrsMills Fri 02-May-08 15:02:58

gran-ya, my mates name.

fiodyl Fri 02-May-08 15:03:04

Person I knew with that name said it Gronyer

2Happy Fri 02-May-08 15:03:33

Gron-ya - we had a next-door neighbour who's dd was called it (so I kind of hope we were pronouncing it right!!)

flowerybeanbag Fri 02-May-08 15:04:06

Don't ring and ask for 'grainy' whatever you do! grin

SheikYerbouti Fri 02-May-08 15:04:07

All of these suggestions are v similar - yu won;t go far wrong with any of them tbh

yorkshirepudding Fri 02-May-08 15:07:55

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yorkshirepudding Fri 02-May-08 15:51:06

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kavanaghdj Thu 18-Oct-12 15:37:10

Best way for non Irish people to remember how to say this is its like Sonia with a G .

yellowbottle Thu 18-Oct-12 15:45:15

It's more like grawnia than Sonia. The is a fada (like an accent) on the a.

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