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[at-l] House a tonic? or Hoose a tonic?
- Subject: [at-l] House a tonic? or Hoose a tonic?
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Henderson)
- Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 12:49:53 -0600
- In-Reply-To: <200210221706.g9MH6oN36804@mailman.hack.net>
>>> Or is it a mix of how some of the Canadians pronouce "house", like
"haoose"= . I hiked the section along the Housatonic River this summer
and never hea= rd anyone pronounce it. Being devoid of any Yankee blood
or upbringing I a= m wondering what the proper, or even local,
pronunciation of the word "Hous= atonic" might be. Give me a little
Not a blooded Yankee, but I lived in CT for four years and my first walk
along the AT included Sages Ravine. It is pronounced Hoos-a-TAWN-ic.
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