Maybe a .wav or .mp3 could help me out here !
That depends on the language used, in English it's Meekt-lahn-te-koot-ly.
I've seen much more difficult names in the net, even in here!
Looks like we have some sort of Aztec Death God here...
Shouldn't that pic be in A picture of you & where you post from
Argh, now they've found that out..
Guidelines for Nahuatl pronunciation:
In Nahuatl words, the penultimate syllable is always stressed.
c + a/o c as in can
c + i/e as in cease
ch as in church
chu like ckw in backward
cu before vowels like qu in quick
hu like w in walk
tl like tl in settler
tz like ts in cats
u + a,e,i,o, like w
uh like wh in wheel
x sh as in sheep
z + a/o like s in sock
TL: at the end of a word should just pronounce the T---the L should be silent.
Hu : should be pronounced as a W.
LL: should NOT be pronounced as a Spanish double L, use the English pronunciation of LL.
X: should be pronounced as SH. MEXICA is MeSHika.
So, basicly: you are dead, and you have to either American, sacred or dead to pronounce your name?
Tnx for all the info, guess I never stop learning.