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Stressing the first syllable in Notre Dame doesn't strike me as very different from the original name.
Now American places with a French name are generally quite funny.
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Sure, that particular stress is as in the original, but all the vowels are different.
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Dennis Leary wrote:I'm an American, dammit; I pay my taxes and I'm gonna pronounce it "crass-ant".
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