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I was wondering if there is a place to find the pronunciation of surnames.

Mainly: Feigenbaum and Gristede
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It's KAI-ZER
How can I pronounce Gagne?
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I'm not sure.I guess it's like "Lavigne" and "intrigne"? So the second "G" is silent.This is what i assume.Emotion: thinking
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Well... I've heard gone-yay'. But in Maine, where they over-Anglicize the French last names, believe it or not, it's gag'-nee.
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>> But in Maine, where they over-Anglicize the French last names, believe it or not, it's gag'-nee. <<

Do they have [ { ] tensing before /g/ in Maine like they do here?
Mine "Keyser" is pronounced KEE-ZER
Usually, I hear "-augh" as the "aw" sound in "jaw". I'm guessing that "-haugh" sounds like "haw". Also, you would pronounce "featherstone" just like "feather" and "stone".
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Thank you. Very useful page.
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