@gamehawk Ooooh I didn't know that. But on a little more reading I guess it's said more like "Kayin?"
@brownpau Sometimes, and even when it's a clearer R (as spoken by American missionaries, at least) the accent is on the second syllable. ISTR the vowels being different too but Wikipedia doesn't think so and it's, uh, been a few ~years~ DECADES (though I think it's been mentioned on NPR a couple times since).
@brownpau (also as you may have seen I feel free to do the "Karen" thing but I think I am, well...
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