How to pronounce Milne?

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Pronunciation of Milne in US

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Milne is pronounced as

m IH l n

m sounds like the 'm' in 'me'
ih sounds like the 'i' in 'it'
l sounds like the 'l' in 'let'
n sounds like the 'n' in 'no'


Milne is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ m IH l n ]

m IH l n
me it let no



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Pronunciation of Milne

Milln
The "e" is silent at the end


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Pronunciation of Milne in seattle washington usa

Mi-lne sounds like (my) (len). Rhymes with island


Type of Name:

last name

Language:

scottish

Gender:

Male, Female

Additional Information:

Dad told me that's how our family says it.


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Pronunciation of Milne in Argentina

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Pronunciation of Milne in Ireland

Milne is pronounced as

m ih l eh n

m sounds like the 'm' in 'me'
ih sounds like the 'i' in 'it'
l sounds like the 'l' in 'let'
eh sounds like the 'e' in 'pet'
n sounds like the 'n' in 'no'


Milne is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ m ih l eh n ]

m ih l eh n
me it let pet no

Type of Name:

Last Name

Language:

Scottish

Meaning:

of the mill


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Pronunciation of Milne

Milne is pronounced as

M IH L - N EE

m sounds like the 'm' in 'me'
ih sounds like the 'i' in 'it'
l sounds like the 'l' in 'let'
n sounds like the 'n' in 'no'
ee sounds like the 'ee' in 'see'


Milne is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ M IH L - N EE ]

M IH L - N EE
me it let   no see

Additional Information:

My family always pronounces it with 2 syllables, and a hard E on the end.


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Pronunciation of Milne

Milne is pronounced as

M ihl N

m sounds like the 'm' in 'me'
n sounds like the 'n' in 'no'


Milne is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ M ihl N ]

M N
me no

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Pronunciation of Milne in Newcastle upon Tyne England, but lived in Duns Scottish boarders Edinburgh and Macduff Aberdeenshire

Milne is pronounced as

M ihl N

m sounds like the 'm' in 'me'
n sounds like the 'n' in 'no'


Milne is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ M ihl N ]

M N
me no

Type of Name:

Milne

Language:

Believed Scots but may be french

Gender:

Male, Female

Alternate Spelling(s):

Miln, Milln, Milne, Millne, Mylne, Melne, Millen, Millan

Meaning:

Someone who lives close to the mill, rather than Miller or Millar who lived in the mill

Additional Information:

The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Johannes de Molendino, which was dated 1382, in the "Episcopal Register of Aberdeen", Scotland, during the reign of King Robert 11 of Scotland, 1371 - 1390.
In Aberdeenshire it is often pronounced Mill dropping both n and e. Evidence of this can be found in the census records of 1800s where names were written as the person pronounced it to the scribe,your birth record may say Peter Miln but your employer or other may list you as Peter Mill


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Pronunciation of Milne in Ireland

We pronounce our surname Milne as Millen. It comes from the Gaelic for mill, muilleann, so it seems logical to pronounce it that way.


Type of Name:

Last Name

Language:

Scottish

Meaning:

of the mill


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Pronunciation of Milne

MILL-nee
2 syllables, hard E


Additional Information:

My family always pronounces it with 2 syllables, and a hard E on the end.


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Pronunciation of Milne

M il N with the e being silent is the general pronunciation in England

however in Aberdeenshire it is commonly pronounced Mill and spelt Miln

It origin is believed be Scots but there is speculation that it may have come from France. It means someone who lives close to a mill, possibly a worker rather than Miller or Millar who lived in the mill


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Pronunciation of Milne in Newcastle upon Tyne England, but lived in Duns Scottish boarders Edinburgh and Macduff Aberdeenshire

M ihl N with the e being silent


Type of Name:

Milne

Language:

Believed Scots but may be french

Gender:

Male, Female

Alternate Spelling(s):

Miln, Milln, Milne, Millne, Mylne, Melne, Millen, Millan

Meaning:

Someone who lives close to the mill, rather than Miller or Millar who lived in the mill

Additional Information:

The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Johannes de Molendino, which was dated 1382, in the "Episcopal Register of Aberdeen", Scotland, during the reign of King Robert 11 of Scotland, 1371 - 1390.
In Aberdeenshire it is often pronounced Mill dropping both n and e. Evidence of this can be found in the census records of 1800s where names were written as the person pronounced it to the scribe,your birth record may say Peter Miln but your employer or other may list you as Peter Mill


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