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Since final -ia, -ie, and -ee in Greek loans are all traditionally pronounced [ee-uh] in English, this moon should probably be pronounced the same as Euporia, [you-PORE-ee-uh]. However, I received the following email from someone at JPL who signed only as "Ellis":
"Pronunciation of the moon names is an iffy thing at best. We still don't have universal agreement on the pronunciation of the Galilean satellite names. I can make an educated guess, but that is all it is:
Euporie (you-POOR-ee) Orthosie (ore-THO-see) Pasithee (PASS-i-thee)"
[2004 July 29]
Regardless, the adjectival form would be Euporian. kwami 2005 June 30 00:27 (UTC)
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