pronounciation of name #poland #names


Trudy Barch
 

I forgot  to sign my first email.  Sorry.

My Weiss family pronounced it Vase.

Trudy Barch,   FL


Susan&David
 

Sheryl:  J is pronounced as Y,  and W is pronounced as V. 
This is on FamilySearch.org:   https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Poland_Languages
 

Pronunciation Guide

c = ts
ch,h = kh
ć,cz,ci = ch
ś,sz,si = sh
ż,zi,rz = zh
ą = om, on
ę = em, en
j = y
dz = j
ł = w
w = v


David Rosen
Boston MA

On 4/7/2021 8:35 AM, Sheryl Prenzlau wrote:
How would one pronounce Wajsman from old Polish records? Waxman or Weissman? 
Thanks
Sheryl Prenzlau


Odeda Zlotnick
 

Weissman
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Odeda Zlotnick
Jerusalem, Israel.


Mark Stone
 

For: Sheryl Prenzlau or anyone who is interested.

 

Wajman, maybe I am wrong without the s, is family, probably from Radom or Warsaw.

 

Any interest!

 

Mark Paul Stone (Lichtenstein)

 

P.S. I do not know the pronounciation!

 

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How would one pronounce Wajsman from old Polish records? Waxman or Weissman? 
Thanks
Sheryl Prenzlau


Sheryl Prenzlau
 

How would one pronounce Wajsman from old Polish records? Waxman or Weissman? 
Thanks
Sheryl Prenzlau