User comments for Ciriaco (Pronunciation Only)

Italian pronunciation:


A "C" before an "I" creates "Chee," (ci), the "I" stressed. Roll your "R" for "I," and once again stress your "I." "A" is spoken as in "Father." "C" equals a hard "K," if it is before "O." "O" is as usual, "Oh." [noted -ed]
Francesca  3/3/2011
In Spanish, the pronunciation would be "see-REE-ah-ko" ("c" can be pronounced in three different ways, but just for the sake of simplicity let's stick to the most common "hissing", OK?).
ely_riverbank  4/17/2011

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