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Noam Chompsky pronounces his name like Gnome. I also have a friend who pronounces his name Noh-ahm.
-- earthnut  4/20/2006
The name is correctly pronounced as NOH-ahm. That is, if you call the normal Hebrew pronunciation correct. The GNOME one is an American mutation, probably.
-- Noa  6/19/2006
Ditto Noa.
-- Miss Claire  7/29/2006
Earthnut, I think you're wrong about that. I have always heard people referring to Chomsky as NOH-am, not GNOME.
-- Spider from Mars  6/7/2008
I saw this movie, it's a Jewish film, and the guy who seduces the main character is called AVINOAM, which in my opinion is much better than just NOAM.
-- FyreHydenGirth  11/26/2006
I like Noam. It's a very nice, strong name.
-- Anonymous User  11/5/2007
The name sounds pleasant enough.
-- slight night shiver  5/1/2008
I really like this name. It sounds more polished than just Noah, and a little bit different without being too odd. I would certainly consider this as a name for a son if I had one.
-- Anonymous User  5/19/2008
A very nice name, I like it better than Noah. It sounds too similar to No'm to be used where I am though.
-- YMPvt  6/8/2008
This name does sound better than Noah, but it's unfortunately associated with the hideous Noam Chomsky.
-- bananarama  9/4/2009
It's a nice name, and I don't mind the Chomsky association, but it sounds like 'gnome'.
-- Aureliano  4/15/2010
The name Noam was given to 105 baby boys born in the US in 2012. It's a nice alternative to Noah, which is far too overused.
-- Oohvintage  7/19/2013

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