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5-06-2008 @ 4:15PM
As far as I know Brit pronunciation is meh-lay, and American is may-lay. The opposite way around to shaman, shay-man (Brit), and shah-man (American).
5-06-2008 @ 5:22PM
I think the shayman/shahman thing is where you're from in the U.S. I say shay-man. I also say may-lay though, so maybe I just like the "ay", eh?
5-06-2008 @ 5:27PM
I say may-lay, shah-man and High-jall. LOL
5-08-2008 @ 2:20AM
Actually, I took a Vietnam class and it's pronounced "mee-lie". Also, pretty sure it's pronounced like "shom men".
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