>>"e" is as in peck >>"th", whether a slender or broad consanant, is pronounced like the English "h" >>"n" is the same in English >>"e" at the end of a word/name is usually pronounced similar to English shwa (sp?) as in Caoimhe (KEE-va) >>and Gaelic names almost always have the stress on the first syllable.
so I'm pretty positive it's EH-na, probably with a little guttal (sp? i've never actually seen that word written down) break in between the syllables.
If anyone can correct that, go ahead.
Camille J future 1st place winner of the local Piano Fest future piano student of the esteemed Proffesor Amano future music student at a university future professional pianist!