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Made by Keith F. on the forums and users on the Spirit Animals wiki* here is incomplete list of character name pronunciations:

*pronunciations added by wiki users will be underlined to preserve the original list made by Keith F.

POV characters[]

Abeke – uh-beh-kuh, alternatives: a-beek, a-beh-kee, a-bek-a (like Rebecca without the r), a-bee-Kay, a-bay-kuh
Conor – con-er
Meilin – may-lin alternative:Mel-in(Mell like bell)
Rollan – row-lawn (with emphasis on last syllable), alternative: roll-in, row-lan (lan as in ban)

Great Beasts[]

Arax – ahr-ax (ahr like are), alternative: Ae-rax, a-racks
Briggan – brig-en
Cabaro – kuh-bah-roh (bah like a sheep), alternative: Kah-bare-oh
Dinesh – din-aysh alternative: din-esh (the e pronounced like egg)
Essix – es-ix
Gerathon – gair-a-thon, alternative: gare-A-thon (with emphasis on the A)
Halawir – ha-luh-weer (ha like have), alternative: Ha-luh-were
Jhi – jee (like gee), alternative: zhee (zh like genre) alternative: Zhie (rhyming with guy)
Kovo – koh-voh
Mulop – moo-lop
Ninani – ni-nah-nee (ni like nick), alternative: Nee-nah-Nee
Rumfuss – rum-fuss
Suka – soo-kah
Tellun – tel-oon, alternative: tell-un (un like undo)
Uraza – oo-rah-zah, alternative: U-ray-zah (u like singing the alphabet)

Greencloaks[]

Barlow – bar-low
Chinwe – chin-weh
Frida – free-duh
Isilla – iss-ill-uh
Jools – jools (like jewels)
Lenori – len-oh-ree
Lumeo – loo-mee-oh
Monte – mawn-tee, alternative: mawn-tay
Myriam – meer-ee-um, alternative: my-ree-um
Olvan – ohl-vawn (long o)
Scrubber – skruh-ber
Sheyu – sheh-yoo
Tarik – tah-reek, alternative: tair-icc

Conquerors[]

Boku – boh-koo
Drina – dree-nuh
Gar – gahr (like car)
Renneg – ren-egg
Shane – shayn (like pain)
Sylva – sil-vah
Yumaris – you-mar-iss (mar like car), alternative: you-mair-ee (mair like hair_
Zerif – zer-eef, alternative: zair-if

Other Characters[]

Aldo – all-doh
Chin – chin
Dawson – daw-son
Derawat – dair-uh-waht
Devin – dev-in
Eloy Valdez – ee-loy vahl-dez
Fenray – fen-ray
Garrin – gair-in
Grall – grawl
Hano – hah-no
Kusha – koo-sha
Mohayli – moh-hai-lee (hai like high)
Pojalo – poh-ja-loh, alternative: poh-ha-loh
Renata – re-nah-tah
Santos – san-tohs (tohs like gross)
Soama – soh-ma, alternative: soh-ah-ma
Teng – teyng
Xao – (x sounds like g in genre)-ow
Yenni – yen-ee

Places[]

Amaya – ah-mye-uh (Amayan: ah-mye-an) (mye like eye), alternative: ah-may-uh
Concorba – con-core-bah
Erdas – air-doss, alternative: err-das (das like was)
Eura – your-ruh (Euran: your-an)
Jano Rion – jan-ow ree-on
Nilo – nye-loh (Niloan: nya-loh-an), alternative: nee-loh (Niloan: nee-loh-an)
Okaihee – oh-kye-hee
Sanabajari – sah-nah-bah-jah-ree
Shar Liwao – shar lee-wow
Sipimiss River – sip-ih-miss (ih like it)
Stetriol – stet-ree-ahl
Trunswick – truns-wik
Xin Kao Dai – (x like “g” in genre)-een cow dye
Zhong – (zh like “g” in genre) (“ong” like in song) (Zhongese: zhong-eez)

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