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Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by cherrychicken, Aug 24, 2008.
wyandotte? wyandough or wyan dotte
I say "Why-An-Dote" but then I dont raise them so I haven't a clue what is correct.
wyan-dotte, thats the way i pronounce it
I pronounce it:
But I have one. How is "cochin" pronounced? "Cah chin" or "coe chin" or "cowch in" or something else?
i pronounce wyandottes like mom 2em, pronounce Cochin like . co-chin.. like.. cocoa pebbles. and scratches chin. haha
Generally I think there are 2 ways that I hear it. Wyan-dot (with a long o) and Wyan-dot (with a short o...like "dough - t"
Why - an - dot = Wyandotte
Why-an-dot. The city next to me is named Wyandotte.
I am so glad you asked this!
I've been wondering, too.
Gee, I've been saying "why an DOT ee". Whatever made me think that was the right way to say it...