10 Arizona Places Nobody Knows How to Pronounce

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By Vanessa Valentine [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

10.) Fort Huachuca

A lot of people actually do know this one, and unlike many on this list, this one's not really open to interpretation. Wa-CHOO-kuh.

Thanks to the language differences among Anglos, Mexicans, and various Native American tribes, there are a whole lot of places around Arizona that no one really seems to know how to pronounce.

Check out 10 such places, along with our best ideas for how they're supposed to be pronounced.

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Published on March 20, 2014

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No-GAL-ace? Nobody calls it that.  Where did that come from? Also, Sonoita would NOT be pronounced So-no-EE-ta in Spanish without an accent on the "i".

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