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Re: SuSE

You know, you'd think that ;-)

I had the opportunity, after hearing the booth people from SuSE correcting
people, to ask some of the original German SuSE people just how you were
supposed to pronounce it. I was very suprised, despite the z v/s s issue
between US and Germany, that they responded it is supposed to be "sooh'
sah" (rhyming syllables, "you" and "the") with the emphasis placed on the


On Sat, 3 Mar 2001, Tony Zafiropoulos wrote:

> On Sat, 3 Mar 2001, Chester wrote:
> > How do you pronounce SuSE?  What does it stand for?
> It is German, so in German it is pronounced [zuhzeh].
> The S sounds like an English Z in german.
> FYI, VW is pronounced [FowVeh]
> USA is Vereinigten Staaten auf America.
> This is the German list :), right?
> Forgive me, but I was born in Germany.
> >

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