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  •  Contrast that pronunciation with that of the (1+ / 0-)
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    buddabelly

    nearby village of Gruene, which is pronounced simply as Green, not Greenee. Many Texas place name pronounciations are 'bent' around (esp. Spanish ones), I have a theory best left aside.
    (all of which are some of my favorite places, ;] )

    "Double, double, toile and trouble; Fire burne, and Cauldron bubble... By the pricking of my Thumbes, Something wicked this way comes": Republicans!!. . Willkommen im Vierten Reich! Sie haben keine Bedeutung mehr.

    by Bluefin on Wed May 15, 2013 at 01:41:48 PM PDT

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      midwest trying to figure out how to pronounce Ajo or Cholla or Rillito etc....my favorite here though is the names of some of the housing developments my very fave being Rancho Sin Vacas, a very expensive foothills development ..... I just think "ranch without cows" is a hilarious name for one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the Tucson area.....

      Vaya con Dios Don Alejo
      I want to die a slave to principles. Not to men.
      Emiliano Zapata

      by buddabelly on Wed May 15, 2013 at 02:09:18 PM PDT

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    •  Pronunciation (0+ / 0-)

      Yeah, I've been to Bourne, Gruene, Luckenbach, San Marcos and a bunch of other little places around that part of the Hill Country back in the early ''80s in my river running days.  There was a place in Gruene right there by where River Road crosses over the Guadalupe.  That place made the best chicken fried steak that I've ever put in my mouth.  That aside, I wonder how many would guess how the locals pronounce Mexia.  ;-}  

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