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Re: [debian-user] How to pronounce "Debian"?



on Tue, 29 Oct 2002 10:30:58PM +0100, Rüdiger Kuhlmann insinuated:
> >--[Sean 'Shaleh' Perry]--<shalehperry@attbi.com>
> > On Thursday 17 October 2002 10:00, Craig Dickson wrote:
> > > "Debian" is a contraction of the names "Deborah" and "Ian", so
> > > I've always pronounced it accordingly, with the stress on the
> > > first syllable:
> > >     DEHB - ee - un
> > > Does anyone say it differently?
> > I often run into people who pronounce it deeb e un.  A short
> > explanation of where the name comes from fixes that for most of
> > them.
> 
> That leaves the question how to pronounce "DEHB", "ee", "un", "deeb"
> and "e".  Guess what we have an international agreed upon phonetical
> alphabet for.

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