How do you pronounce Smough?

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User Info: Deified_Data

4 years ago#1

I hear a lot of people saying it like "Smo" for some reason. Just pronounce it like Gough pronounces his name - "Goff".

User Info: dozingdevil

4 years ago#2
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User Info: sylar2

4 years ago#3
dozingdevil posted...

I laughed and smiled for a good ten seconds at that one.

Have you ever seen the Hobbit? Or listened to the audio-book? It is pronounced like Smaug. Basically Smowg.

User Info: Kyuubi4269

4 years ago#4
He pronounces it "go", thus Smough is like snow but with an M instead of an N.
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User Info: d3dsight

4 years ago#5
I've always assumed "Smo", and that's how I've heard everyone pronounce it. I don't think it's ever actually pronounced, although Gough is definitely pronounced "Goff" as mentioned. Still, I think it is "Smo".

User Info: ZoosIVXX

4 years ago#6
I say it like
"smog and ornsteen"
"Widdly scuds"

User Info: Lerry757

4 years ago#7
Smow as in snow
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User Info: BombayNugz

4 years ago#8
Smog. Smow is as unmanly as it gets.
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User Info: shadowsofdawn

4 years ago#9
Smough is the pilsbury doughboy of Lordran.
\o/ Administering jolly ass-whoopings everyday.

User Info: d3dsight

4 years ago#10
I think we can all agree someone needs to do some Valentine's shopping at Artorias' Secret and get Smo/Smog/Smuff something to hold those things up.
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