How is Lolita pronounced


  1. 30.09.05, 13:11:13#1
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    Pronunciation of "Lolita Lempicka"

    How do you pronounce "Lolita Lempicka"?



    LG,
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  2. 30.09.05, 13:29:28#2
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    "Lempitzka" I would say so spontaneously ...

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    LaVieEnRose

  3. 30.09.05, 19:09:51#3
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    Right

  4. 30.09.05, 19:34:58#4
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    I've only heard the variant lempika so far.

    Doesn’t know from which country the lady comes from, therefore doesn’t know what is right.

    VG
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  5. 30.09.05, 20:29:05#5
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    Interesting question.

    She comes from France,
    however from the descent from Poland.

    I have never had the idea that it could be spoken differently from LEMPIKA and have never heard it differently, but with Polish ancestry, Rose could of course be right and I am curious whether there will be an answer

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  6. 30.09.05, 20:46:01#6
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    There is no real person named "Lolita Lempicka". Vogue says: http://www.vogue.de/vogue/5/2/content/05589/index.php

    The surname is "borrowed" from Tamara de Lempicka (see here: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamara_de_Lempicka) who in turn got it from her husband Tadeusz Lempicki. So I would pronounce it in Polish "Lempitzka" ..

    Best regards,
    LaVieEnRose ... who likes Tamara de L.'s pictures very much

  7. 30.09.05, 21:18:21#7
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  8. 30.09.05, 21:28:36#8
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    I read that it is pronounced "Lempitzka".

  9. 30.09.05, 21:40:44#9
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    Unfortunately, it happens to me more often, when a name is actually pronounced in advertising, it always sounds different than I pronounced it up to then.