Is that how it's pronounced in Tewa? I don't think I'd know if it I heard it.te-wa wrote:just as it seems to me to sound like "tay-wah" but the "t" is kinda dull, like a t+d together.
Ooh, that's my extremely interesting fact of the day.te-wa wrote:there is a similarity between Cherokee and Te-wa language.
te-wa wrote:the true pronunciation of te-wa is just between you and me.. so dont go tellin' everybody. its "terd wad"
Outdoor Lover wrote:Your second choice. tuht-hill
Al_HikesAZ wrote:I listen to KAFF Country 92.9 and I'm pretty sure they say Fort TUHT-hill - accent on the Tuht with an almost imperceptible "h: on the hill part. almost like TUHT-ill. If you can't trust KAFF Country, who can you trust So who you going to believe - me or your ears.
But OORAH is my native tongue.
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