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I thought many of these were straightforward. I pronounce Djem So as "Gem Soh", but I usually say things differently than most people. The others should be Shee-Cho, Ma-kah-shee, So-res-sue, Ah-tar-oo, Shee-en, Nee-mahn, Vah-pahd. Anyone wish to double-check this? -- Riffsyphon1024 08:28, December 20, 2010 (UTC)
I pronounce "Djem So" as "Dyem So." As for the others, I pronounce them pretty much the same, aside for "Shien," which I pronounce as "Shine." Trak NarRamble on 08:49, December 20, 2010 (UTC)
I don't think there's ever been any canon source that actually broke the words down into phonetic pronunciations, but considering they're 2-3 syllable words, I didn't think they seemed to need it. I've always gone with the same pronunciations as you, Riff. Bella'Mia 08:54, December 20, 2010 (UTC)
I agree with all of Riff's pronunciations. Then there's also the emphasis points. I put emphasis as such: Shee-Cho, Ma-kah-shee, So-reh-sue, Ah-tar-oo, Shee-en, Gem So, Nee-mahn, Vah-pahd. - JMASHey, it's me! 12:36, December 20, 2010 (UTC)
I'm pretty much the same but I say Djem like Dee-yem. Oh and Niman with with less of a knee sound more like ne-mahn. Dessek Fett 19:50, January 13, 2011 (UTC)