If you were curious as to how a name is pronounced, we hope the following will give you an insight. In some cases we also provide a sound byte of the name. Many thanks go to Raymond E. Feist, for providing many of the pronunciations.
All Kelewanese names are pronounced like Hawaiian. Consonant+vowel, consonant+vowel, consonant+vowel, etc.
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||Ye-lith. (the 'e' is actually a unstressed generic vowel sound, not "yee", almost "Ya-lith," or "Yu-lith.")