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6 hours ago, Victoria2 said:

Like  scon and scown pronunciation for scone, I'll bet there are a few interpretations.

 

I'll go with Cue-nARD, heavy on the last three letters for me. 

I love the sound of that last one...very classy! But in reality for us New Yawkers, it's more like 

Ka Nard....(giggle!)

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37 minutes ago, Windsurfboy said:

I think the Cue could be pronounced  Coo , as in cuckoo, this would be quite musical.

 

Is an expert on Cunard ships a Cue Nerd

Not being a Cunarder or an expert, I'm not sure but how about Cue-nerder?

 

Coo-nard, sounds lazy rather than musical!

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1 hour ago, Victoria2 said:

Not being a Cunarder or an expert, I'm not sure but how about Cue-nerder?

 

Coo-nard, sounds lazy rather than musical!

Agreed :   for the first syllable think “QUEUE”  rather than “KOO”; followed, perhaps, by “NARD” — but certainly not “NERD”.

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