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- Want to find the spelling to a name you only know the pronunciation for? (or even just part of the pronunciation). Looking for names that rhyme with another word or name? Search for names by phonetic pronunciation with inogolo's phonetic search
- new names added
- the inogolo website now has a discussion forum. This is the place for all name pronunciation related topics-- ask questions, help with answers, and discuss.
May 2007 - inogolo has a new subtitle-- '... and Stuff'. There are many names beyond
those of people and places that are commonly mispronounced. Check out a few of the new tags:
This is only a start...a lot more to come!
April 2007 - Many new names are on the site. A sampling of a few:
Frédéric François Chopin,
Félix Guattari ,
Søren Kierkegaard ,
April 2007 - When an audio clip can be found of a name pronounced in its native
language I hope to include these as well. Here are a few:
3/29/2007 - Rep. Boehner repeatedly butchers the name Tuskegee in a ceremony honoring
the Tuskegee Airmen.
March 2007 - A new improved interface is available to browse names alphabetically and by tag.
Check it out! Or see 'Browse Names' on the menu.
March 2007 - A directory of pronunciation guides is now available-- see menu item at top of the screen.
A new pronunciation guide to the 110th U.S. Congress is now online.
January 2007 - Pronunciation Guide to the 79th Academy Award Nominees is available.
December 2006 - Pronunciations for all names of countries are on the website.
Other new names include:
- Orhan Pamuk ,
Roger B. Taney,
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk,
Mehmet Murat Ildan,
October 2006 - 2814 first and last names with pronunciations are on the website. Based on 1990 U.S. census
data (the most recent available) these names cover a majority of the U.S. population:
- the pronunciations of first names (male and female) cover 80% of the population of the United States
- the pronunciations of last names cover about 50% of the population of the United States
6/15/2006 - The website first went live with 42 names from the 2006 U.S.A World Cup soccer team.
See the pronunciation guide here.