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Subject: Re: Proper French pronunciation of Mélusine
Author: Shaymin   (Authenticated as Shaymin)
Date: August 31, 2009 at 3:48:42 PM
Reply to: Re: Proper French pronunciation of Mélusine by Lumia
Ok, I suppose I stand corrected. I do remember learning it while in Lycée, but its vaguely all coming back to me now lol But I remember really studying it in University in the States. That was only roughly 2 years ago so maybe that is why I remember learning it there better than I remember learning it in France. Is there a way on the keyboards to reproduce some of the IPA symbols, or do you pretty much have to cut and paste?

I looked through my Larousse and it didn't really list Mélusine, (captilized), other than a folkloric figure, but then again, mine is an old edition. Interesting to know its the name of a type of material. I already knew about its heraldry. Supposedly Starbucks bases its logo off of the figure from legend. :))

http://legitnames.blogspot.com

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