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    last name transliterated into russian cyrillic

    please, could you tranliterate my last name into russian cyrillic.
    i posted this once, but either didn't check it soon enough or accidently deleted the posting by pressing the wrong link in my email.
    i won't screw it up this time.

    my last name is a german one: "Scheibler"
    pronounced like the english words "shy" and "blur" (shy-blur)

    thanks to all that answer.

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    Yes it turned into a bit of an arguement and some retard had a go at me, anyway:

    Шайблер - This is the closest to how it is pronounced
    Шейблер - Is pronounced Shay (as in day), but this is a more traditional spelling.

    Note, Einstein is Эйнштейн in Russian, even though Айнштайн is much closer to the actual German pronunciation.
    Ingenting kan stoppa mig
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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    Yes it turned into a bit of an arguement and some retard had a go at me, anyway:

    Шайблер - This is the closest to how it is pronounced
    Шейблер - Is pronounced Shay (as in day), but this is a more traditional spelling.

    Note, Einstein is Эйнштейт in Russian, even though Айнштайн is much closer to the actual German pronunciation.
    Surely you meant ЭйнштейН?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    Yes it turned into a bit of an arguement and some retard had a go at me, anyway:

    Шайблер - This is the closest to how it is pronounced
    Шейблер - Is pronounced Shay (as in day), but this is a more traditional spelling.

    Note, Einstein is Эйнштейт in Russian, even though Айнштайн is much closer to the actual German pronunciation.
    Surely you meant ЭйнштейН?
    Yeh, I hit latin N!
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