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    In the Norse, Jötun are giants. I know the ancient Norse pronuonced J's like Y's, so it pronounced Yō-tun or Joe-tun?
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    Huh?
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    Huh?
    Just tagging an aspiring :viking:
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    An aspiring :viking:
    I geuss.
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    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/member.php?u=1259577 So how do you pronounce it?
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    I say Yotun, so pronounce the J as a Y
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    So far as I can tell, according to my Dictionary program, it's pronounced Joe-tun.
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    Hmmm....
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    (Original post by Alex Fierro)
    https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/member.php?u=1259577 So how do you pronounce it?
    I have no idea.

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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    I have no idea.

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    Okay then
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    (Original post by Alex Fierro)
    In the Norse, Jötun are giants. I know the ancient Norse pronuonced J's like Y's, so it pronounced Yō-tun or Joe-tun?
    Jötunn is pronounced with a Y, Yer-tun. Although in English one can use the 'J' sound and you will be understood, it doesn't really matter.
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    Jötunn is pronounced with a Y, Yer-tun. Although in English one can use the 'J' sound and you will be understood, it doesn't really matter.
    Okay thinks
 
 
 
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