How do you pronounce "D-ILA"

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  1. Marty Christion

    Marty Christion Stunt Coordinator

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    I've never heard the term used, so I'm wondering how to refer to it?

    "Dee-Eye-El-Aye" or

    "Dee-laa" or

    "Dye-laa"

    Thanks.
     
  2. Guy Kuo

    Guy Kuo Supporting Actor

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    The same way you pronounce ABC.
     
  3. Todd Hostettler

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    It's spelled D-ILA, but it's pronounced "throatwarbler mangrove."
     
  4. Todd Hochard

    Todd Hochard Cinematographer

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    Like the English "Case."
     
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    I vary between "Duh-eye-la" and "Dee-eye-la" but I think I like some of the previous responses here more. [​IMG]
     

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