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    A Question About Pronouncing Weird Words

    Hello, maybe you can settle an argument. The internet leaves people trying to spell words a little different, or creating new ones all together. For example, rocks, becomes rox, becomes roxor (said rocks-or)
    This leads to my question. ‘Boox’ is the ‘word’ in question. I think it should be said books like in rox, and roxor. (I know roxor isn’t a real word but still..) My friend says it should be said “Boo” and word readers pounce it so. They also have a problem pronouncing things with X in general.
    So, how is ‘Boox’ pronounced? If it’s wrong what would you suggest for a silly spelling of the word ‘books’ with some x’s in there.
    Thanks for your time with this silly question.

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    Re: A Question About Pronoucing Weird Words

    Try the Urban Dictionary:
    Urban Dictionary: roxor
    it even has sound!
    Last edited by oregeezer; 28-Mar-2008 at 07:59. Reason: Typo

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    Re: A Question About Pronoucing Weird Words

    This l33t hax0r language began as a written form, so I imagine that there's not much agreement on the pronunciation. I would make the 'oo' sound like 'two'

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