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GUEST,Wolfhound person Lyr Req: Pronunciation req's for British Subjects (105* d) RE: Lyr Req: Pronunciation req's for British Subje 10 Mar 07


But Edlingham (NW of Alnwick) is not.....it's Ed-lingum

How about Stagshaw?
Stayshe..Staysha', Stagsha, stag-shaw.

Depends on which village / area the speaker comes from / lives in

Written from a village with a rare, for Northumberland, Celtic (welsh-type) name, where the natives still speak an impenetrable mixture of pitmatic and rural Northumbrian. It's English, all right, but with a built in time warp which makes it interesting.


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