Thread: Nikita Kucherov
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01-02-2014, 09:34 AM
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Originally Posted by CoopThereItIs View Post
In Rooskie, it would be pronounced like the latter. Koo-CHAIR-of. Кучеров would be the cyrillic spelling if I'm not mistaken, with the "y" looking thing being pronounced "oo", the 4 looking thing, "ch", the p thing as "r", and the B thing as "v", but a lot of Russians go with "ff", especially in names. None of what I just said denotes where the stress is in the word, so you'll just have to take my word I guess
Originally Posted by Caser View Post
KOO-tcher-ov, the stress on the first syllable
So which one is it?

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