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Is the pronunciation Italian - short A, long O

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English - Long A, short O.
 

Manton

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If you mean the shirtings company, the pronounciation is English. The company used to be English, but has since been aquired by the Italians.
 

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If you will indulge a small-city hick from the South - how are Kiton, Canali, and Brioni pronounced?
 

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KEET-un, cuh-NAH-lee, bree-OWN-ee
 

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Thanks, I was luckily two for three. "Keaton" I would have never gotten.
 

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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan
Thanks, I was luckily two for three. "Keaton" I would have never gotten.
Unfortunately, it's all academic for me... I doubt I'll ever be buying any anywhere but ebay or a thrift store if I'm lucky.
 

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