AUTHOR PRONUNCIATION GUIDE: Moonlight

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
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The author wishes to include the way she says it. For Bannock’s Sake, please pronounce it in your head in any way that increases your reading enjoyment!
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
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Aodhagáin “Eed-gun” (AP: “Owed-a-gan”)
Sulwen “Soul-win”
Áodhán a Choróin “Eye-oh-wan” a “Ha-roon” (AP: “Aid-en” a “Core-roin”)
Aodh Caoin Croí “Eed” “Keen” “Cree” (AP: “Owed” “Cow-an” “Croy”)
Aohearn Rógaire “Ee-han” “Row-gear” (AP: “A-oh-hearn” “Ro-gare”)
Aodan Lorgaire “Eden” “Lar-gear” (AP: “Owed-en” “Lor-gare”)
Aogán Eagnaí “Ee-gahn” “Ag-knee” (AP: “Owe-gan”, like Logan “Eegan-eye”)
Aowyn “A-oh-win”
Aonwys a Stór “Ain-wis” a “Stow-er” (AP: “On-wis” a “Store”, but with a drawn-out O so that it sounds almost like “Stone”)
Ciatlllait/Crwys “Key-at-el-let” (sounds a little like Cadillac)/“Crew-is” (Sounds a little like Chris)
An Cuan Áille “Ahn Coo-an Ale-ya” (AP: “An Coo-an Ah-lay”) It means The Safe Harbor/Haven
Xander “Sander” (Xander’s full name is Barwn Xander Blacksteed of Blackthorn. Barwn Blackthorn is a shortened title)
Maeb “May-b”
Sylas Mortas “Syl-loss Mart-us” (AP: “Sigh-lus Mort-us”)
Donestre “Doe-nes-tre” (AP: “Duh-nos-tree”)

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