The Gold in the Dark Pronunciation Guide

Ahrenni—ah-REN-nee
Alindy—ah-LIN-dee
Annalise—an-na-LEESE
Arlus—AHR-lus
Arnyuth—ARN-yuhth
Artis d’Haplyr—AHR-tis duh-HAP-leer
Bebrook—BEH-brook (brook like “brooke”)
Bertio Fellgate—BUHR-tee-oh FELL-gait
Bleskar—BLESS-cahr
Cathra Oerfall—KATH-rah OH-ur-fall
Chunvar—CHUHN-vahr
Chyor—ch like “chew”; rhymes with “lore”
Corim—KOR-im
Dannel—DAN-uhl
d’Chyarip—duh-CHYAH-rip
Denan—rhymes with “Lennon”
Dezel—rhymes with “bezel”
Ehrn—rhymes with “cairn”
Erheath—UR-heath
Eshkhal—ESH-kahl
Haplyr—HAP-leer
Hygot—HEE-gut
Jopha—JOE-fah
Kova—KOE-vah
Laserie—LA-zuh-ree
Liacri—lee-AH-kree
Lisia—LIH-see-ah
Maaj—rhymes with “dodge”
Marget—rhymes with “target”
Mirish—rhymes with “Irish”
Orrus d’Haplyr—Orrus rhymes with “Horace”; duh-HAP-leer
Osanne—oh-SAN (san like “sand”)
Osna—OZ-nuh
Pelas—PELL-ahs
Pila—PEE-lah
pirinh—PEE-rin (rin rhymes with “din”
Roge—rohj
Selitta d’Wygst—seh-LIH-tah duh-WEEGST
Sheserp River—SHEH-surp (surp rhymes with “perp” in perpetrator)
Simas—SIM-ahs
Sonnen—SAHN-uhn
Wygst—weegst
Wynna—WIN-nah