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[Opinions] How would you pronounce this name?
There is a name me and my boyfriend really like for a boy, however I am concerned about its level of "international status", if you know what I mean. If it turns out that most people don't know this name/pronounce it wrongly, we might have to reconsider.Without looking it up (no cheating), how would you pronounce this name? Thank you!"Artyom Petar"
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ARH tyom peh TAR?
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I speak Dutch, so I can imagine how people would react to it... IMO, people would say "AHR-tee-ohm", but I think most people would just be puzzled.
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Well, I'd say it as it was written, I suppose-Arty-om Pet-ar. Or perhaps, Pee-tar. I'm fairly sure this will prove to be wrong!
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ART-yahm Peh-TAHR? lol
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ART-YOM PEE-TAR (Well, I'd pronounce Petar like Peter but with an AR on the end instead of ER)
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ar-TYOM pee-TAR.
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Ahr(like the letter)-tyohm Peter. Artyom is a good Russian nane but it's mostly latinized as Artem or Artom

This message was edited by the author 4/13/2016, 3:51 PM

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Ar-tee-yom Pay-tar.
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I'll tackle Artyom first. My first reaction was to miss out the 'y' altogether and pronounce it ART-em. But then I thought that didn't make such sense so with the 'y' I thought may be ART-yum. And then my third and final thought, and probably the one I like the most (though it took me the longest to reach) was art-EE-ohm.Petar is a little easier. I'd either go with the English pronunciation of Peter (PEE-ter) or put the emphasis on the second syllable and go pee-TAR.
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Thank you so very much for your detailed response, Millie ^_^
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AHR-tyahm peh-TAHR
AH as in bar, mom

This message was edited by the author 4/13/2016, 10:57 AM

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ART-yom pee-TAR
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AR-tee-um PAY-der

This message was edited by the author 4/13/2016, 10:15 AM

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ahr-TYOM peh-TAR
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Hi !!!Artyom Petar?
Where do you live?I'm Italian but I write on English way for help you.Ar-TEE-om PE-tarByeeeeeee

This message was edited by the author 4/13/2016, 9:26 AM

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ART-yum PEH-tar
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ar-tyom peh-tarI like Artyom but prefer Artem.
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First guess: art-TEE-yumSecond: ART-tree-umpa-TAR

This message was edited by the author 4/13/2016, 8:28 AM

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Art-Yahm Puh-TAHR."
The question is, where do you live and how do people pronounce it in your area? It looks Russian, so I assume that if you live in Russia or in an area where such names are common you won't have any problems.
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