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This vajayjay is not a toy.
Depends on the region in which its being pronounced. Here in the midwest, its "yaaa...I caught a my-rid of walleye dontcha know!"East coast, its: "Yo...There's a MEE-ree-id of commuter trains going up and down the coast..fahgettta bout it!"West coast: "Dude! I totally was ridin' a my-reeee-ad of waves!"
You are a study in dialect mimicry!
I try very hard.
Myr is like the first part of mirrori like the letter ead like "odd"And the rest of the sentence invariably ends with "before I had a spork."
My vote was for the 2nd pronunciation, which, regional dialects aside, is the correct pronunciation. Actually, Sysm has it. mir-ee-uh-d.Also, when you use the word, it's, "There are myriad ways I can pleasure your grandmother," not, "There are a myriad of ways I can pleasure your grandmother." Unless, of course, you say, "Myriads of ways." Only then can you use the "of." Etymologically, it comes from the ancient greek "myriad" which means "ten thousand."Damn all that time studying English in college, getting a degree, then not using it, save for in comments on people's blogs, which makes me look pretentious and know-it-all-y.;)
I think I agree with sysm.Something like Meer-ee-id
this is SERIOUS BUSINESS,
MY-rid. is that wrong? still love me?
I always thought the "R" was part of the first syllable: Meer-e-adMeer like beerlong ead as in mad
i go with a combination of a) and b) ... comes out something like ME-ree-ud
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