Graham or Graeme
Ask Your Friends. Sign up using Email and Password. Learn to be a lil nicer when asking questions, it's one thing to ask why it's pronounced that way, but u don't need to be so high and mighty about it. Are we missing a good definition for graeme? Mommy to Maddox, It's actually mummy not mommy.
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The vast majority of Brits would pronounce the last name of U. Julia US English. Pronounce Graeme. Last edited by Bootis; at Previous Thread Next Thread.
What is Graeme in Irish? Ireland
WordReference Forums. Crackers aside and I, an American, say "Gray-em crackers" , my observation is that in general, Americans tend to say "Gray-em" and Brits "Gram. But in any spelling, this one is quite definitely Scottish in feel. Your existing password has not been changed.
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It's definitely not "gram" , but certainly not "gray-um" either. Last edited by pulykamell; at Why do Carmine and Vinny Appice pronounce their last names differently? Only the bearer of the name can tell you their preference in the way it's pronounced.
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Graeme Name Pronunciation in [20 Different] Languages
Graham is the spelling of a surname which originated in England and moved to Scotland in the 12th century here. I mean if she wants to say, "Oh thats a common mistake.
Copy the link below To share this on Facebook click on the link below. It's really funny to watch local reports of the event in which the local commentators, saying G as in "grin G. No, create an account now. Oct Posts: About Us "Nam ad partem tibique suscipit, ut duis etiam integre usu. By the way, his first name, Graeme, rhymes with fame. San Diego Posts: Live TV.
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Powered by CITE. I once worked for a manager who spelled my name wrong for 6 years and this was indicative of his whole half-arsed approach to his work and very few of his employees had any sort of respect for him. Same pronunciation.