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2010-01-21 oophagy [en] oophagy pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 mitochondrial [en] mitochondrial pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-01-21 thresher [en] thresher pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 dentifrice [en] dentifrice pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 denticle [en] denticle pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 nictitating [en] nictitating pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 pelvic [en] pelvic pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 clasper [en] clasper pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 Pliocene [en] Pliocene pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 Eocene [en] Eocene pronunciation 2 votes Best pronunciation
2010-01-21 urogenital [en] urogenital pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 piscivore [en] piscivore pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 insectivore [en] insectivore pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 placation [en] placation pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 placoid [en] placoid pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 echolocation [en] echolocation pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 hydrothermal [en] hydrothermal pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 pharynges [en] pharynges pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 chitinous [en] chitinous pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 ganglia [en] ganglia pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 epipelagic [en] epipelagic pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 rostral [en] rostral pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 biramous [en] biramous pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 somite [en] somite pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-21 occasional [en] occasional pronunciation 2 votes Best pronunciation
2010-01-20 American Apparel [en] American Apparel pronunciation 2 votes Best pronunciation
2010-01-20 pudding [en] pudding pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-20 rev [en] rev pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-01-20 larva [en] larva pronunciation 0 votes
2010-01-20 fruitfly [en] fruitfly pronunciation 0 votes

User's info

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada in 1971. I have a Ph.D in biological sciences, specifically genetics and cell biology.

I try to pronounce words as I would in everyday speech rather than fully enunciated. I speak with a West/Central Canadian accent. It is rhotic (final "R" pronounced), I pronounce cot-caught and Mary-merry-marry the same. I also speak with a Canadian Rising -- the vowel sound of "house" and "houses" is different and is the source of the amusing (yet incorrect) belief that Canadians pronounce "out and about" as "oot and aboot"; Wikipedia has a good article on this.

Sex: Male

Accent/country: Canada

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