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I Have a Question: Does the ‘Pronouncing Vocabulary’ in the Book of Mormon represent the way the Nephites and Lamanites actually pronounced their names?
|Title||I Have a Question: Does the ‘Pronouncing Vocabulary’ in the Book of Mormon represent the way the Nephites and Lamanites actually pronounced their names?|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1980|
|Authors||Patch, Robert G., and Marcus Von Wellnitz|
|Date Published||February 1980|
|Keywords||Pronunciation; Smith, Joseph, Jr.|
It is thought that Joseph Smith knew the proper way to pronounce Book of Mormon names, but never recorded it. A committee suggested rules of pronunciation in 1903, and John M. Mills created a guide using those rules in 1910.
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