Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Nick23, Mar 4, 2002.
I think i might help considering I'm exchanging my FQ75 for one.
A hifi installer friend of mine always pronounces it Ler-ver
Not sure if it is right, but would like to know too for when my Aconda arrives.
I pronounce it Lo?? Dunno if thats right though.
Frederick Loewe the lyricist for My Fair Lady's name is pronounced "Lo" so I'm presuming thats right!!
edit..Found that on Google by the way
I used to say Lo, but apparently the Germans pronounce Love...
These guys say (loo-va). I give up!
It is LER_VER
I always thought it was pronounced Loo-Vay. Its easier just to say lowey though, I'm sure everyone will know what your talking about.
It's pronounced "Lurr-vuh"
Apparently it's German for "Light".
Thats the way I was told when I rang Linn.
German words with a Scottish accent often sound different to German words with an English one!!
I say "LÖÖVE"........With "Ö", because swedish people do !
Ive always pronounced it as Leu-ver!
Loewe is german for lion, and is pronounced loo-va, but a bit on the leu-va side. It is the same as Löwe.
... just testing my registration
Welcome Polaco. Increasing the Portuguese hordes...
"Loewe is german for lion"
"Apparently it's German for "Light"
i guess in germany Lions and light are the same...
Can you imagine the horror on the faces throughout German Cinemas when poltergeist was realesed.
"Walk into the light child".
Well, licht is german for light
That pretty much sums up all the german words I know
It's nice to see you're here also. It's the 15th century all over again
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