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gron-yuh I think
gron -yuh I reckon too
Gron yuhI have a cousin with the same name
gran-ya, my mates name.
Person I knew with that name said it Gronyer
Gron-ya - we had a next-door neighbour who's dd was called it (so I kind of hope we were pronouncing it right!!)
Don't ring and ask for 'grainy' whatever you do!
All of these suggestions are v similar - yu won;t go far wrong with any of them tbh
Best way for non Irish people to remember how to say this is its like Sonia with a G .
It's more like grawnia than Sonia. The is a fada (like an accent) on the a.
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