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[Facts] How is Tiomóid pronounced?
I came across Tiomóid today, as the Irish form of Timothy used in Irish language Bibles (though apparently uncommon as a given name, even in Ireland). The pronunciation I'm using right now is TEE-moh-id, as I'm guessing the fada separated the second O and I; but really, I don't speak Irish, so I'm not sure.Thanks in advance!***Please rate my personal name lists:www.behindthename.com/pnl/69381
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The fada elongates the vowel, it doesn't separate. So Tim-ODE. I have never met or heard of one (I am Irish).
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Thank you!
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