aceavila - Noni wrote:
Words newly coined tend to follow the rules for spelling and pronunciation, rather than be exceptions. Thus, this word will be of only two syllables, with the -ed ending being pronounced as /t/ as is phonetically correct for a written "d" after an unvoiced consonant such as "k".
The stress falls on the root syllable, "greek", since the other syllable is only a prefix.
"Un" as in "run", and "ee" as in "sheep".
No complications, in other words.
PS Sorry I don't know how to access phonetic script here.
[Edited at 2011-09-11 14:20 GMT]
Thank you. It was very kind of you to provide the explanation.