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The letter “x” was pronounced /sh/ in Old Spanish (spoken in the High and Late Middle Ages) and Early Modern Spanish, covering whatever this website considers “medieval” with room to spare. It shifted to a voiceless velar fricative at some point after the publication of Don Quixote. I’m not sure how the rest of the name sounded in Old Spanish. I get the impression that the stress would’ve been on the 2nd syllable as it is today.
arrowhead909  12/2/2018
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The Spanish pronunciation would be: "Hee-MAY-no."

(I found out from this website)↓
http://www.presstelegram.com/technology/20110830/tim-grobaty-are-you-street-smart.
― Anonymous User  3/30/2014
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This name is alright, it sounds a little bit odd and futuristic, though. :\
walesgal92  3/30/2010

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