Rory I can usually say but Aurora I have a hard time with. I think you're right with the R's it may be because the R's aren't separated from each other much. For whatever reason if I say "Princess Aurora" (meaning Disney which is where my mind always connects the name with lol) I'm not tripped up as much but if I just try to say "Aurora" yup back to getting tripped up.I can’t say names Rory or Aurora. Something about the R in those types of words.
Geoff too. Is it Jeff or Jawff? For the first time I know someone who pronounces it Jeff. When to primary school with a kid who pronounced it Jawff.same with Sean. Always read it as seen as a kid.
Tough question, if a person knew they pronounced a thing wrong wouldn't they correct it and, therefore, stop being wrong?
Just sayin, caught me in a loop for a few beats lol
must be from Philly?my dad says wuhter for water and ruff for roof.
my mom recently said kahmahlah for Kamala.
I’m sure there’s more I might think of later.
edit: maybe it’s more like. Wooder
But I bet you can pronounce Ypsilanti and Charlevoix!I work in the loan dept, and for the longest time I was talking to people about the their Chevrolet Traverse pronounced like the city in Michigan instead of the way you pronounce the word "traverse"
How on earth did they come up with that pronunciation with that spelling.
Seamus is the Irish form of James.same with Sean. Always read it as seen as a kid.