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29th Aug '16 6:21:29 AM morane
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This trope is omnipresent with Greek. The convention in English is not to transliterate, but instead to Latinize, Greek nouns and names. Hence neigh unpronounceable Latinizations like "Cynoscepahalae" instead of "Kynoskefali" for Greek Κυνὸςκεφαλαη, "dog's head".
26th Aug '16 8:57:46 AM ArtiscaIIy
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22nd Aug '16 2:19:05 PM Willbyr
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* Achmed the Dead Terrorist, spell his name with A-C-* Phlegm* ...

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* [[Creator/JeffDunham Achmed the Dead Terrorist, Terrorist]], spell his name with A-C-* Phlegm* ...A-C-[=*=]phlegm* ...
22nd Aug '16 2:20:37 AM VVK
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** In the case of Bun-bun, what people have problem with is the capitalisation. Most dialogue in the comic is written in caps, so it's not normally visible. It seems more common to assume it's "Bun-Bun", and this has even appeared in the Sluggy Store. But when it has come up in the comic itself so that you can see the difference, it has been "Bun-bun".

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** In the case of Bun-bun, what people have problem with is the capitalisation. Most dialogue in the comic is written in caps, so it's not normally visible. It seems more common to assume it's "Bun-Bun", and this has even appeared in the Sluggy Store. But when it has come up in the comic itself so that you can see the difference, it has been "Bun-bun"."Bun-bun" several times.
22nd Aug '16 2:15:32 AM VVK
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** In the case of Bun-bun, what people have problem with is the capitalisation. Most dialogue in the comic is written in caps, so it's not normally visible. It seems more common to assume it's "Bun-Bun", and this has even appeared in the Sluggy Store. But when it has come up in the comic itself so that you can see the difference, it has been "Bun-bun".
22nd Aug '16 2:10:47 AM VVK
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[[AllThereInTheManual Assuming an official release settles the issue]], some fans deliberately use one of the alternate spellings to establish their "credibility" as {{fan|Dumb}}s. In true fan fashion, this often persists even in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, such as ThemeNaming, {{Meaningful Name}}s, PropheticNames, and [[WordOfGod direct proclamations by the work's creator]]. Eventually, this stops being cool and just starts making people angry, and the self-righteous morons hit the FandomBerserkButton. (Where did you think the trope name came from?)

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[[AllThereInTheManual Assuming an official release settles the issue]], some fans deliberately use one of the alternate spellings to establish their "credibility" as {{fan|Dumb}}s. In true fan fashion, this often persists even in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary, such as ThemeNaming, {{Meaningful Name}}s, PropheticNames, and [[WordOfGod direct proclamations by the work's creator]]. Eventually, this stops being cool and just starts making people angry, and the self-righteous morons hit the FandomBerserkButton. (Where did you think the trope name came from?)
FandomBerserkButton.
21st Aug '16 10:12:23 AM eroock
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* ''Literature/TheBerenstainBears'': Some sources accidentally spell "Berenst'''a'''in" as "Berenst'''e'''in".
21st Aug '16 2:31:29 AM eroock
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* ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned''. [[http://www.sdamned.com/2006/12/12062006/ 'Carrie Susan']] is a fairly reasonable attempt at 'Kieri Suizahn', all things considered.

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* ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned''. [[http://www.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20141102220931/http://www.sdamned.com/2006/12/12062006/ 'Carrie Susan']] is a fairly reasonable attempt at 'Kieri Suizahn', all things considered.
19th Aug '16 10:45:32 AM fq
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* In one issue of ''ComicBook/WerewolfByNight'', Buck Cowan's last name is misspelled as Cohen. The spelling of Jack's father's first name also alternates between Philip and Phillip.
8th Aug '16 2:45:28 PM Twentington
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* K. T. Oslin's 1990 single "Mary and Willie" is sometimes missing its final E. The album spells it "Willi", but Joel Whitburn's ''Hot Country Songs'' book spells it "Willie".
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