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Bradley M. Stone bstone at science.sjsu.edu
Mon Apr 18 15:59:00 EDT 2005



Russ,

The first name is pronouced like "nwynn" - basically wynn but with a light
(soft) n in front of it.  Being in the heart of the second largest vietamese
population in the country, I have learned to pronouce this! (and many other)
- Nguyen is the most common Vietnamese name (as a last name).  The second
name is pronouced the same as "Lee".

Cheers,

Brad Stone

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From: Russell Haines [mailto:rfhnyc_ at hotmail.com]
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Hi JPLer's


Anyone have any idea how to pronounce Vietnamese Guitarist Nguyen Le's name?

thanks,

Russ

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