NewHopeR, I believe the pronunciation you gave in the first post is just as good as the one Wikipedia gives. Note that the sound /ɒ/ is only common in English English. It's uncommon in America and in Australia (as far as I know). In many places /ɔ/ will be used instead. In America, the issue is quite complex because there's at least three main variations of this sound. I believe a Scot might pronounce the name with /ɔ/.