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I mean the C is ambigious because it could be an S or a K. If we're calling COAR-dack (Cordak) amibigious, then this one would follow suit? ~ Wolk (talk) 13:27, 19 April 2019 (UTC)

Sometimes that's true, but I don't see how it could be construed as an S sound here. Same goes for Cordak actually, COAR-dack seems pretty cut and dried to me. It's instances like gah-RI for Garai (RYE or REE?) that I'm more concerned about. Feel free to change the C to a K if you want--there's nothing wrong with it, it just doesn't seem necessary. -- Morris the Mata Nui Cow (talk) 16:53, 19 April 2019 (UTC)
The reason why you don't often see the letter "C" in pronunciations is precisely this; it CAN be either "s" or "k" in a spelling, so pronunciations try to avoid that typically. That said, given that we're using it, I don't really see it as being ambiguous; if it was the soft "c" we would explicitly point that out, so I think it's reasonable to assume the opposite. -- Dorek Talk External Image 08:14, 20 April 2019 (UTC)