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Azerbaijani translation: Jennifer

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English term or phrase:jennifer
Azerbaijani translation:Jennifer
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17:50 Jun 20, 2001
English to Azerbaijani translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: jennifer
its my name, i just wanted to know what it might be in another language, i understand that in most languages a name would be the same, just pronounced differentley, but ive never heard of this language
jennifer
Jennifer
Explanation:
personal names stay and sound the same in all languages, but of course spelt differently. Since Azerbaijani language is now based on Latin/Turkish alphabet, your name is spelt as follows: Cenifer (pronnounced with an accent on the first syllable).

Letter "C" is pronnounced as "J", "DZH" and sound like "jennifer", "jail", "jafar". There is a similar letter with a "," sign running at the lower part of "C" and it is more softer and pronnounced as "CH" - sounds like "Chaplin", "charming".
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Jennifer


Explanation:
personal names stay and sound the same in all languages, but of course spelt differently. Since Azerbaijani language is now based on Latin/Turkish alphabet, your name is spelt as follows: Cenifer (pronnounced with an accent on the first syllable).

Letter "C" is pronnounced as "J", "DZH" and sound like "jennifer", "jail", "jafar". There is a similar letter with a "," sign running at the lower part of "C" and it is more softer and pronnounced as "CH" - sounds like "Chaplin", "charming".


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