Has this already been done? I did a search and realized that apparently I've been pronouncing campagnolo wrong all this time (Camp-egg-nolo? Cam-pan-nyolo?) so I thought it would be nice to have a thread dedicated to pronouncing all the impossible italian, french, japanese, or any other non-english (and even some english) names. Care to help me?
I also speak some Japanese, so if you have a question about a Japanese word I can help.
UPDATE: Here's the list with as close as I can determine...
Ciöcc: is pronounced somewhat like 'church' (Cho-ch)
C + soft vowel = ch sound
ö = umlaut gives the o kind of an r sound
cc = ch sound
Guerciotti: Gwer-chee-OH-ty (thanks Sheldon!)
Peugeot: Puh-zhoh (There is a whole thread dedicated to it here.)
Puch: Between Pook and Pooch as far as I can determine...
San (3) Rensho: Sahn-Ren-Show (San meaning 3 in Japanese)
Sugino: Sue-Gee-No (The U in Su is NOT silent on this one)
Suteki: Sue-tey-key (Japanese tend to make u's silent, so it is closer to STEH-key)
Mp3 of an Italian speaking many Italian brand names. Worth the listen: Here!
Thanks for the help everyone!