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Subject: Re: Raphan
Author: humblebee   (Authenticated as humblebee)
Date: April 26, 2012 at 11:13:15 AM
Reply to: Re: Raphan by guru
It might be the presence of the ph/F-sound that does it for me. Looking at Raphan, trying to figure out how it's pronounced without a frame of reference, my mind goes immediately to names like Raphael or Rafael, Rafa, Rafferty, Rafiq, and the like, and I want to borrow pronunciation cues from them.

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