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Homage- do you pronounce it hommidge or oh- marj?

(19 Posts)
talkingnonsense Fri 24-Jun-11 20:59:27

just that really!

Lilymaid Fri 24-Jun-11 21:00:46

hommidge
You can say oh- marj if you are French, American or a pseud.

EffinNora Fri 24-Jun-11 21:01:08

hommidge, but I'm happy to discover I'm an oik!

Bumperlicioso Fri 24-Jun-11 21:12:58

Oh-marj - does that make me poncey?

BoysAreLikeDogs Fri 24-Jun-11 21:31:34

omm-arrrge (from West Cuntry oi am a zoider drinkerrr etc)

StealthPolarBear Fri 24-Jun-11 21:32:25

hommidge

eyethangyou Fri 24-Jun-11 21:33:24

Hom-Arge - an amalgamation that is not correct yet not entirely wrong so no one questions it <cunning>

smartyparts Fri 24-Jun-11 21:34:49

om-marj. Hommidge??? That's like saying nuggit for nougat!!

BitOfFun Fri 24-Jun-11 21:35:08

Hommidge if paying homage to somebody/something. If taking about poncey film directors etc. I say oh-marzhe.

BelleDameSansMerci Fri 24-Jun-11 21:39:32

Hommidge... Oh-marj is too pretentious, even by my extreme standards.

AwesomePan Fri 24-Jun-11 21:50:26

would you say "dressidge"? No, so why be so shy of pronoucing "hommage" properly??

Bumperlicioso Fri 24-Jun-11 21:55:04

Actually I've realised is "an om-arj" but "pay hommidge to"

DamselInDisarray Fri 24-Jun-11 21:57:12

My dad always said 'nuggit' growing up.

On the actual point though, I do what BoF does.

talkingnonsense Fri 24-Jun-11 22:22:27

Oh no! I say oh marj and dh says hommidge and I wanted to be unequivocally right!!

BelleDameSansMerci Fri 24-Jun-11 22:26:17

I think Bumperlicious has it actually... I would never "pay oh-marj to" but I would say "it's an oh-marj".

I probably wouldn't say "an 'otel" though even though it's correct. grin

swanker Fri 24-Jun-11 22:26:57

what BoF said.

QueeferSutherland Fri 24-Jun-11 23:27:14

Homidge.

Unless taking the piss a bit.

ElbowFan Tue 28-Jun-11 19:04:25

Homage / garage /
Oxford dictionary reckons homidge but gararj not garidge

threefeethighandrising Tue 28-Jun-11 19:24:12

Homidge

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