How to pronounce Vasicek?

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Pronunciation of Vasicek

Vasicek is pronounced as

w ah - s ih - ch eh k

w sounds like the 'w' in 'win'
ah sounds like the 'a' in 'car'
s sounds like the 's' in 'so'
ih sounds like the 'i' in 'it'
ch sounds like the 'ch' in 'chin'
eh sounds like the 'e' in 'pet'
k sounds like the 'k' in 'key'


Vasicek is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ w ah - s ih - ch eh k ]

w ah - s ih - ch eh k
win car   so it   chin pet key

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Pronunciation of Vasicek

wa-si-CHECK
wa - 'a' is pronounced as 'A' in 'CAR'
si - pronounced as 'SI' in 'SIT'

Origin: Czechoslovakia
Last name

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Pronunciation of Vasicek in Argentina

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Pronunciation of Vasicek in Chicago, IL (suburbs) USA

Vasicek is pronounced as

wah SHE check


Vasicek is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ wah SHE check ]

Type of Name:

Last Name

Language:

Slovak, Czech

Meaning:

A little Vaclav (aka, King Wenceslas, Christian king/patron saint)

Additional Information:

This name can either be Czech (Bohemian/Moravian) or Slovak. Many last names in this region are named after Vaclav (VOS love). His name comes from Czech into Polish and into English from the Polish as Wenceslas, of Christmas Carol fame (Good King Wenceslas). He was the regional King of Bohemia around 1,000 AD. You can read about him online.

"Cek" (check) means "little", so a Vasicek means one who, in some ways, is like Wenceslas. Vaclav sometimes comes into English as "James."


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Pronunciation of Vasicek

va-si-cek


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Pronunciation of Vasicek in Chicago, IL (suburbs) USA

wah-she'- check


Type of Name:

Last Name

Language:

Slovak, Czech

Meaning:

A little Vaclav (aka, King Wenceslas, Christian king/patron saint)

Additional Information:

This name can either be Czech (Bohemian/Moravian) or Slovak. Many last names in this region are named after Vaclav (VOS love). His name comes from Czech into Polish and into English from the Polish as Wenceslas, of Christmas Carol fame (Good King Wenceslas). He was the regional King of Bohemia around 1,000 AD. You can read about him online.

"Cek" (check) means "little", so a Vasicek means one who, in some ways, is like Wenceslas. Vaclav sometimes comes into English as "James."


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