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The author would like to point out that she’s a writer, not a lexicographer, so these do not follow any official pronunciation guidelines. The intent is clarity, not perfection.
Alise- Ah-lees (like the name Elise)
Evrathedyn- Ehvra-thaay-den (Evra is like Ezra with a v)
Leonarde- Lee-oh-nard (rhymes with leotard)
Lewin- Loo-win (rhymes with shoe-in)
Meira- Meer-uh (rhymes with Vera)
Tearsten- Tear-styn (rhymes with Kiersten)
Pronounced as expected: Blackfen, Blackrook, Blackwood, Blakewell, Bristol, Everhart, Farrigan Falstaff, Felgarden Rest, Finnegan, Jademarch, Kindra, Longwood Rush, Malcom Fox, Oliver Richland, Osman Derry, Ridge, Rivermarch, Rohan James, Roland Ashenhurst, Theomund, Wakesell, Walter Glenlannan
Aberdyn- Ab-er-deen (pronounced like the town in Scotland)
Augustyn- August-een (like Augustine)
Naryssa- Nuh-riss-uh (rhymes with Clarissa)
Rhosynora- Rose-inn-orra (Rhosyn rhymes with frozen)
Pronounced as expected: High Priest/Priestess, Midnight Crest, Ravenwood, The Rookery
Asa- Eh-sah (rhymes with Mesa)
Dereham- Dare-ah-ham (the middle syllable often disappears in the pronunciation, like Dareham)
Wystan- Wiss-ten (rhymes with Tristan)
Pronounced as expected: Brin, Eaton, Frost, Midwinter Hold, Northerlands, Thornton
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