How to pronounce Knoche?

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Pronunciation of Knoche

Knoche is pronounced as

k uh - n oh - k ee

k sounds like the 'k' in 'key'
uh sounds like the 'u' in 'up'
n sounds like the 'n' in 'no'
oh sounds like the 'o' in 'so'
ee sounds like the 'ee' in 'see'


Knoche is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ k uh - n oh - k ee ]

k uh - n oh - k ee
key up   no so   key see

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Pronunciation of Knoche

Knoche = kuh-NO-kee.

It's German. Everything is pronounced. Pretend there is an "uh" between the K and N. Emphasis on the "NO". CH = a "K" sound. Trust me. It's my name.

Kuh-NO-kee.

Knoche.

See, you read it correctly now.


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Pronunciation of Knoche in Colorado Srings, CO, USA

Knoche is pronounced as

N OH - ch ee

n sounds like the 'n' in 'no'
oh sounds like the 'o' in 'so'
ch sounds like the 'ch' in 'chin'
ee sounds like the 'ee' in 'see'


Knoche is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ N OH - ch ee ]

N OH - ch ee
no so   chin see

Type of Name:

Last Name

Language:

German

Additional Information:

Many branches of the family pronounce Knoche as Kuh-NUCK-ee. However, one branch moved to New Mexico and eventually Colorado, where the Spanish word for night (noche) is well known, and this hybrid pronunciation was born.


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Pronunciation of Knoche

Knoche is pronounced as

NO CH

no sounds like the 'no' in 'no'
ch sounds like the 'ch' in 'chin'


Knoche is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ NO CH ]

NO CH
no chin

Type of Name:

Surname

Language:

German


Comments:

Pronunciation of Knoche

kah no key


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Pronunciation of Knoche in Colorado Srings, CO, USA

'NO'-chee
'NO' rhymes with 'snow', chee rhymes with 'tea'


Type of Name:

Last Name

Language:

German

Additional Information:

Many branches of the family pronounce Knoche as Kuh-NUCK-ee. However, one branch moved to New Mexico and eventually Colorado, where the Spanish word for night (noche) is well known, and this hybrid pronunciation was born.


Comments:

Pronunciation of Knoche

No-ch (silent k & silent e)

Think of how the word "Know" is said, for the silent k. It sounds like the word, "No".

The second part is the - "ch" sound, like in the word "coach".

Together it is - No-ch.


Type of Name:

Surname

Language:

German


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