NomenInspirata wrote:I am just curious about the the pronunciation of Tzavoös. It is written phonetically as being TZAH-VO-OSE (I read that as being TzahVo-Ose making the 'o' sound twice) any thoughts?
I'm not able to write on phonetics codes.
So appears the cited name have a german pronounce, this I say because the "ö". That in german have a pronouce like a very gutural "HEE", where the "H" means the tongue at upside of mouth.
Many of such names have a latin or greek source, so for us with such language sources it's easier.
But when that goes to english, sorry, your pronouce is really very different.
Some knowledge on german, greek, italian, latin and spanish with help.
I say no really need to lear in full the language, but the needed to get their proper accents.
And as commented here and many other topics about the same, practice and ask to the spirits to get the pronouce.
ALSO, something I found to work for me, is let the ritual power come and this way my pronouce changed with time, so I talk from inside and the accent results like I'm receiving some inspiration for that.