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Date Word Listen Votes
2013-01-13 rĕsumptīvus [la] rĕsumptīvus pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 sătīvus [la] sătīvus pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2013-01-13 sectīvus [la] sectīvus pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2013-01-13 sēmentīvus [la] sēmentīvus pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 rĕlātīvus [la] rĕlātīvus pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 avenir [es] avenir pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 vocivus [la] vocivus pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 arboreum [la] arboreum pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 praeverro [la] praeverro pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 muoiano [it] muoiano pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 avvitino [it] avvitino pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 tradiscano [it] tradiscano pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 accettino [it] accettino pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 pullulano [it] pullulano pronunciation votes
2013-01-13 inadoperabile [it] inadoperabile pronunciation votes
2013-01-09 rĕdĭvīvum [la] rĕdĭvīvum pronunciation votes
2013-01-08 afanes [es] afanes pronunciation votes
2013-01-08 yéndose [es] yéndose pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 sāvuncŭlum [la] sāvuncŭlum pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 rīvŭlus [la] rīvŭlus pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 perhorreo [la] perhorreo pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 perhorresco [la] perhorresco pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 intererro [la] intererro pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 philargyria [la] philargyria pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 philautia [la] philautia pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 munus propheticum [la] munus propheticum pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 Josephus [la] Josephus pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 triscurrĭum [la] triscurrĭum pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 Ordo Sinistra Vivendi [la] Ordo Sinistra Vivendi pronunciation votes
2013-01-07 rosarium [la] rosarium pronunciation votes

User's info

In the web site referenced below I am collecting my father's works, mostly in Spanish and Italian.

Some things to take into account regarding my pronunciation in languages I learned in childhood:

Italian: This is the first language I learned although I was born in Argentina. The usage of open and closed vowels isn't very accurate in the speech of many Italians raised in the Rio de La Plata region (a sizable community to which I belong) and I am trying to correct that in my speech. Also I try to soften my rolling 'r' at the beginning of words, which overstressed by Italians raised in this area. Other than these local influences, I may have some Tuscanian and Ligurian ways of pronouncing words, picked up from my parents.


Spanish (Castellano): Also learned as an infant. as spoken around the Rio de la Plata, some consonants are different from formal Castellano (y and ll like French j, soft c and z indistinguishable from hard s, s before consonant is aspired).

Portuguese: Learned as a young kid, Brazilian accent, I try to have a neutral pronunciation but it is a mixture of southern regions' accents (Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Rio Grande do Sul). My hard "r" and "rr" may be a bit too guttural.

Latin: Obviously I am not a "native" or an expert but learned some latin as a kid from Italian teachers. I tend to use Italian/Ecclesiastical pronunciation, but I aspire the "h" sometimes. My pronunciation of "ae" "oe" "au" may not always fit the convention. I do not pronounce the v and the u the same way and I pronounce the c, s, z as in italian. I did try to pronounce a few shorter words using Classical rules after saying them with Ecclesiastical accent.

Sex: Male

Accent/country: Argentina

Web: http://opus.maranca.com.ar

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