How do you pronounce 'aunt'?

Whenever I hear someone pronounce it like "ant" I think of actual little ants.

  • I say it like Ant
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  • I say it like Ont
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  • I say "Ont." It may be because my only Aunt is British. But that's how it looks like it should be pronounced. You don't call automobile a-tomobile or Australia A-stralia. Audition, Audio, Autumn, August, you get the picture.

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What Girls Said 20

  • well it's more like ont, but i'd write it better as ahnt.

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  • Uhh, I pronounce it like ant.

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  • When I read it I say aunt in my head, but I say ant out loud

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  • I say Ant.

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  • I say it like Ant

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  • I pronounce it ahnt

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  • I pronounce it the way it's spelled/Ont though I usually say auntie.

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  • I use the word Tia most of the time but I do pronounce it as aunt "ant".

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  • More like ahnt.

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  • It sounds like "ant" when I pronounce it.

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  • "Ant"

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  • Au from Umbrella. +nt.

    Aunt.

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  • It's always been ant to me.

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  • I say it like ant

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  • I say "ont". My parents have always said it like that so I go along with it.

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  • I usually say aunt, but if I'm not thinking I say ant

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  • Ant.

    *filler

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  • Ant is how I say it

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  • tant. Tant!

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  • Neither, I say it like ahnt. Does that make sense? I have probably a stereotypical 'British' accent

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