I Have a Question: Does the ‘Pronouncing Vocabulary’ in the Book of Mormon represent the way the Nephites and Lamanites actually pronounced their names?

Title

I Have a Question: Does the ‘Pronouncing Vocabulary’ in the Book of Mormon represent the way the Nephites and Lamanites actually pronounced their names?

Magazine

Ensign

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1980

Authors

Patch, Robert G. (Primary), and Von Wellnitz, Marcus (Primary)

Number of Pages

68

Date Published

February 1980

Volume

10

Issue Number

2

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Bibliographic Citation

Patch, Robert G., and Von Wellnitz, Marcus. "I Have a Question: Does the ‘Pronouncing Vocabulary’ in the Book of Mormon represent the way the Nephites and Lamanites actually pronounced their names?", Ensign, Vol. 10. no. 2 1980.

Abstract

It is thought that Joseph Smith knew the proper way to pronounce Book of Mormon names, but never recorded it. A committee suggested rules of pronunciation in 1903, and John M. Mills created a guide using those rules in 1910.

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Smith, Joseph, Jr.

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