call them what you like, I know them to simply be the purest form of living being.
>that battle mage tummy
law-lee as if you were saying lollipop cause you put the loli on your stick.
>Do you say lah-lee-tah?
From the novel "Lolita" where the author who invented the word explicitly states how to pronounce it
>“For my nymphet I needed a diminutive with a lyrical lilt to it. One of the most limpid and luminous letters is "L". The suffix "-ita" has a lot of Latin tenderness, and this I required too. Hence: Lolita. However, it should not be pronounced as you and most Americans pronounce it: Low-lee-ta, with a heavy, clammy "L" and a long "o". No, the first syllable should be as in "lollipop", the "L" liquid and delicate, the "lee" not too sharp
Japan just pronounces it weird because ロリ is pronounced lowly
here's a better example of how dumb /a/ is when it comes to Japanese pronunciation
how do you pronounce lolicon?
The La Li Lu Le Lo?
Both the rhotic consonant and the vowels are pronounced differently in Japanese and English. I blame the Great Vowel Shift for the Anglos' complete inability to pronounce loli as the Japanese do.
Well when I think about it, loli is a "japanese" word even if its just short for lolita. Loan word or whatever they're called. So there really should be only one pronounciation for it which is low-lee since "loli" isn't a word in english. Its like people who mispronounce manga or anime
First, your definition of "exactly the same" runs contrary to every sensible defition of "same" in linguistics, logic and mathematics. Of course two different accents results in some cases in two wildly different pronunciations of the same word: compare "Australian" and "Strine", for example.
Second, lolicon is a Japanese word, just like hambaagu and pan. Even though all are originally loanwords from a foreign language, they are pronounced according to the rules of Japanese phonology, not that of English or Portuguese.
Third, who said anything about an American accent? We use the Queen's English here, mate.
>Cute loli and young man get married.
>Cute, slice of life series as the loli learns to be a wife and the man gets his first serious job
>The two of them learn to rely on each other when times get tough.
Would you read a series like this?
Well there'd obviously be the angle of her learning about being in love, and probably a lot of stuff about her learning housewife. There'd also be a reason that a guy is marrying a loli which would add to the plot.
Pronounce 'lolita', then pronounce only the 'loli'-part. There you go, you are now well on your way to mastering the English language. Alternatively you can also pronounce it with a thick sleazy Russian accent.
Pic somewhat related
I think so but i couldn't find any information about her, it's either kept confidential or my Google fu is too weak.
Not sure if i want to know anyhow, she might be as ugly as the one with the fucked up teeth etc, something something. What was her name again?
rowrei is melting. yes very hot summer