Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Pronunciations

Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Pronunciations

As a kid, I butchered pronunciation of even the most common words. So when it came time to play Dungeons & Dragons, I often struggled with words. Some more common ones, I could find in the dictionary, but other words from the game were so specific, that I would up guessing.

In January of 1985, Frank Metzer compiled a post in Dragon #93, titled Ay pronunseeAYshun gyd (An informal index of the right things to say). It has turned into one of the most useful articles for me and I have been using it often lately to confirm that over the years my pronunciation has been incorrect.

The article is 5 pages long, and I will include it here for reference, but I am also going to transcribe it to make it easier for people to find on the web.

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Abbreviations used:

(M) = from the AD&D Monster Manual, AD&D Monster Manual II, or FIEND FOLIO Tome
(P) = AD&D Players Handbook
(D) = AD&D Dungeon Masters Guide
(G) = DEITIES & DEMIGODS Cyclopedia
(R) = AD&D Rogues Gallery game accessory
(W) = WORLD OF GREYHAWK Fantasy World Setting

A

  • Aaqa (D) – A-ka
  • Aarakocra (M) – æ-ra-KO-kra
  • Abbathor (G) – æB-ba-th0r
  • Abishai (M) – æB-i-shy
  • Aboleth (M) – æB-o-leth
  • Abyss (P) – a-BIS
  • Acererak (W) – a-SER-ur-æk
  • Achaierai (M) – a-CHY-ur-y
  • Acheron (P) – æTCH-ur-un
  • Acolyte (P) – æK-o-lyt
  • Adept (P) – a-DEPT
  • Adherer (M) – æd-HEER-ur
  • Adonaisí Deep (D) – æD-o-nyz
  • Aerdi (W) – AYR-dee
  • Afanc (M) – AY-fænk
  • Agathion (M) – a-GAY-thee-0n
  • Aishapra (M) – y-SHæP-ra
  • AlíAkbar (D) – al-æK-bar
  • Alastor (M) – a-LAS-t0r
  • Aleax (M) – AY-lee-æks
  • Algoid (M) – æL-goyd
  • Allosaurus (M) – æl-lo-SAR-us
  • Al-miíraj (M) – æl-mi-RAJ
  • Almor (W) – æL-m0r
  • Alu-demon (M) – æL-oo-dee-mun
  • Alzoll (M) – æL-zal
  • Amaimon (M) – a-MY-mun
  • Amir (M) – a-MEER
  • Amon (M) – AY-mun
  • Amphisbaena (M) – æm-fis-BAY-na
  • Anatosaurus (M) – æn-æh-to-SAR-us
  • Androsphinx (M) – æN-dro-sfinks
  • Anhkheg (M) – æNK-eg
  • Ankisaurus (M) – an-ki-SAR-us
  • Ankylosaurus (M)ænk-ee-lo-SAR-us
  • Annis (M) – æN-nis
  • Anstruth College (P) – æN-struth
  • Anthraxus (M) – æn-THRAK-sus
  • Antrodemus (M) – æn-tro-DEE-mus
  • Apatosaurus (M) – a-pat-o-SAR-us
  • Arcadia (P) – ar-KAY-dee-a
  • Arcanadaemon (M) – ar-CæN-a-day-mun
  • Archelonischyras (M) – AR-ka-l0n i-SHY-rus
  • Arkayn (D) – ar-KAYN
  • Arlanni (D) – ar-LAN-ee
  • Arrarat (R) – æR-a-rat
  • Arturís Dolmen (D) – AR-t0rz DOL-men
  • Arumdina (G) – a-rum-DY-na
  • Ascomoid (M) – æS-ko-mid
  • Asmodeus (M) æz-mo-DAY-us, or æz-MO-dee-us
  • Aspis (M) – æS-pis
  • Atabeg (M) – æT-uh-beg
  • Atamen (M) – æT-uh-men
  • Atomie (M) – æT-uh-mee
  • Audible Glamer (P) – a-di-bul GLæ-mur (or GLAY-mur)
  • Augury (P) – AG-ur-ee
  • Aurora Borealis (W) – a-ROR-a b0r-ee-æL-is
  • Aurumvorax (M)a-rum-V0R-æks
  • Azer (M) – AY-zur

B

  • Baalberith (M) – BAYL-bur-ith
  • Baalzebul (M) – BAYL-ze-bul
  • Baalzephon (M) – BAYL-ze-fan
  • Baba Yaga (D) – ba-ba YA-guh
  • Babau (M) – ba-BOW
  • Bactrian camel (M) BæK-tree-en kæ-mu1
  • Bael (M) – bayl
  • Bahamut (M) – ba-HA-mut, or BA-ha-mut
  • Baku (M) – BA-koo, or BæK-oo
  • Ballista (D) – ba-LIST-a
  • Balor (M) – BAY-l0r
  • Baluchitherium (M) – ba-loo-ki-THEER-ee-um
  • Banderlog (M) – BæN-der-log
  • Banshee (M) – BæN-shee
  • Baphomet (M) – ba-FOM-et, or BAF-u-met
  • Barbican (D) – BAHR-bi-kun
  • Bardiche (P) – bar-DEESH
  • Barghest (M) – bar-GEST
  • Bar-lgura (M) – bar-lu-G0R-a
  • Bartizan (D) – BAR-ti-zun
  • Basidirond (M) – ba-SID-i-rund
  • Basilisk (M) – BæZ-i-lisk
  • Bet de corbin (P) – bek-de-K0R-bin
  • Beetu (W) – bee-TOO
  • Beglerbeg (M) – BEG-lur-beg
  • Behemoth (M) – bee-HEM-uth, or bee-HEE-muth
  • Behir (M) – be-HEER
  • Belial (M) – bee-LY-ul
  • Belissica (W) – be-LISS-i-ka
  • Beluga (M) – be-LOO-ga
  • Berbalang (M) – BUR-ba-læng
  • Bey (M) – bay
  • Bill-guisarme (P) – bil-gwee-ZARM
  • Bilwhr (M) – BIL-wur
  • Bireme (D) – by-REEM
  • Blashikmund (W) – BLæSH-ik-mund,or blæsh-IK-mund
  • Blibdoolpoolp (G) – blib-DOOL-poop,or BLIB-dool-poop
  • Boalisk (M) – BO-a-lisk
  • Boccob (W) – BAK-ab
  • Bodak (M) – BO-dæk
  • Boggart (M) – BAG-art
  • Boobrie (M) – BOOB-ree
  • Booka (M) – BOO-ka
  • Brachiosaurus (M) – bratch-ee-o-SAR-us
  • Brontosaurus (M) – bran-to-SAR-us
  • Bubonis (M) – boo-BAN-is
  • Bulette (M) – boo-LET, or byoo-LET;also boo-LAY, or byoo-LAY
  • Burneal (W) – BURN-ee-ul

C

  • Cabalist (P) – KæB-u-list
  • Cacodemon (P) – KæK-o-dee-mun
  • Camarasaurus (M) – ka-mar-a-SAR-us
  • Cambion (M) – KæM-bee-0n
  • Camptosaurus (M) – kæmp-to-SAR-us
  • Canaith (P) – ka-NAYTH
  • Caryatid column (M)KæR-ya-tid kal-um
  • Catoblepas (M) – ka-TAB-le-pus, kæt-o-BLEPus, or kæt-o-BLEEPus
  • Cea (R) – see
  • Ceratopsian (M) – ser-a-TAP-see-an
  • Ceratosaurus (M) – ser-æh-to-SAR-us
  • Cerebus (D) – SER-e-bus
  • Cetiosaurus (M) – set-ee-o-SAR-us
  • Chaggrin (M) – sha-GRIN
  • Chaos (P) – KAY-as
  • Charon (M) – KæR-un, or KAY-run
  • Charonadaemon (M) – ka-RAN-a-day-mun
  • Chasme (M) – KæZ-mee, or CHæZ-mee
  • Chauves souris (P) – sho-ves S0R-is
  • Chimera (M) – KIM-u-ru, or kim-AYR-u;also CHIM-u-ru, chim-AYR-u
  • Choleria (M) – ko-LAYR-ee-a
  • Cifal (M) – si-FAL
  • Clangeddin (G) – KLæNG-e-din
  • Cli College (P) – klee
  • Compsognathus (M)kamp-sag-NA-thus
  • Cooshee (M) – koo-SHEE
  • Corellon Larethian (G)k0r-el-un la-RETH-ee-an
  • Corseque (P) – k0r-SEEK
  • Corusk (W) – K0R-usk
  • Corvice (D) – K0R-vis
  • Corythosaurus (M) – K0R-ith-o-SAR-us
  • Couatl (M) – koo-æT-ul, or koo-AT-ul
  • Couteaux de breche (P)koo-to de BRESH
  • Criosphinx (M) – KRY-o-sfinks
  • Cryonax (M) – KRY-o-naks
  • Crysmal (M) – KRIS-mal
  • Cuir bouli (D) – keer boo-LAY
  • Cyclopskin (M) – SY-klops-kin
  • Cygnet (M) – SIG-net

D

  • Dacentrurus (M) – day-SEN-troo-rus
  • Daemon (M) – DAY-mun
  • Dahlver-Nar (D) – dal-vur-NAR
  • Dakon (M) – DAY-kan
  • Dao (M) – dow
  • Decaton (M) – DEK-a-tan
  • Deep Sashelas (G) – deep SæSH-ul-us
  • Deinonychus (M) – day-in-o-NY-kuss
  • Demodand (M) – DEE-mo-dænd
  • Demogorgon (M) – DEE-mo-g0r-gun
  • Denzelian (M) – den-ZEL-ee-an
  • Derghodaemon (M) – DUR-go-day-mun
  • Derro (M) – DER-o
  • Deva (M) – DEE-va
  • Diakk (M) – DY-ak
  • Dilophosaurus (M) – dil-o-fo-SAR-us
  • Dimetrodon (M) – di-ME-tro-dan
  • Dimre (W) – DIM-ray
  • Dinichtys (M) – di-NIK-tis
  • Diplodicus (M) – di-PLO-di-kus
  • Diptherius (M) – dip-THEER-ee-us
  • Dispater (M) – dis-PAY-ter
  • Djinni (M) – JIN-nee, or JEE-nee
  • Dracolisk (M) – DRAY-co-lisk, or DRæK-o-lisk
  • Drakkar (D) – DRæK-kar
  • Drow (M) – drow, or dro
  • Dryad (M) – DRY-æd
  • Duergar (M) – DEW-ur-gar
  • Dumathoin (G) – doo-ma-THO-in
  • Duodrone (M) – DOO-o-dron

E

  • Eadro (G) – EE-dro
  • Eblis (M) – EB-lis
  • Elasmosaurus (M) – ee-læs-mo-SAR-us
  • Elysium (P) – e-LIS-ee-um
  • Emir (M) – e-MEER
  • Emu (M) – E-moo
  • Erac (R) – E-ræk
  • Erinyes (M) – AYR-i-neez
  • Errtu (M) – AYR-too
  • Erythnul (W) – e-RITH-nul
  • Euparkeria (M) – yoo-par-KAYR-ee-a

F

  • Farastu (M) – FæR-as-too, or far-AS-too
  • Fharlanghn (W) – far-LANG-n
  • Firbolg (M) – FEER-bolg
  • Flanaess (W) – fla-NES
  • Fochlucan College (P) – FOKH-loo-kan
  • Formian (M) – F0R-mee-un
  • Formorian (M) – f0r-M0R-ee-un
  • Fraz-urbíluu (M) – fræz-URB-loo

G

  • Galeb Duhr (M) – gay-leb D0R
  • Gambado (M) – gæm-BA-do
  • Geas (P) – geez, or GEE-æs
  • Gehenna (P) – ge-HEN-na
  • Githyanki (M) – gith-YæN-kee
  • Githzerai (M) – GITH-zer-y
  • Glabrezu (M) – GLæB-re-zoo, or glæb-REE-zoo
  • Glaive-guisarme – (P) glayv-gwee-ZARM
  • Godentag (P) – GO-den-tag
  • Golem (M) – GO-lem
  • Gorbel (M) – G0R-bel
  • Gorgimera (M) – gor-gi-MAYR-a
  • Grippli (M) – GRIP-lee
  • Grolantor (G) – gro-LæN-t0r
  • Grue (M) – groo
  • Grugach (M) – GROO-gatch
  • Gruumsh (G) – grumsh, or groomsh
  • Guisarme (P) – gwee-ZARM
  • Gynosphinx (M) – GY-no-sfinks

H

  • Hanali Celanil (G) – hæn-na-lee SEL-a-nil
  • Harginn (M) – har-GIN
  • Heward (D) – HYOO-ard
  • Heironeous (W) – hayr-O-nee-us
  • Herzog (W) – HAYRT-zog
  • Hezrou (M) – HEZ-ro
  • Hieracosphinx (M) – heer-AK-o-sfinks
  • Hippocampus (M) – hip-o-KæMP-us
  • Hippogriff (M) – HIP-o-griff
  • Homonculous (M) – hu-MUNK-yoo-lus
  • Hruggek (G) – HRUG-ek
  • Huecuva (M) – hyoo-KOO-va
  • Hutijin (M) – HUT-i-jin
  • Hyaenodon (M) – hy-æN-o-dan
  • Hybsil (M) – HIB-sil

I

  • Ichor (D) – IK-0r
  • Icthyosaurus (M) – ik-thee-o-SAR-us
  • Iguanadon (M) – i-GWAN-a-dan
  • Ildriss (M) – IL-dris
  • Illithid (M) – il-LITH-id
  • Imix (M) – Y-miks
  • Imorph (M) – Y-m0rf
  • Incabulos (W) – in-KæB-yoo-lus
  • Incubus (M) – INK-yoo-bus
  • Ioun stone (D) – Y-oon ston
  • Iuz (W) – yooz, or EE-uz
  • Ixitxachitl (M) – ik-ZIT-za-chit-u

J

  • Jaculi (M) – ja-KOO-lee, or JæK-oo-lee
  • Jangada (D) – jæng-GAD-a
  • Johydee (D) – jo-HY-dee, or johee-DEE
  • Juiblex (M)JOO-bleks, or ZHOO-bleks

K

  • Kamadan (M) – KæM-a-dan
  • Kelanen (W) – KEL-a-nen
  • Kelubar (M) – KEL-yoo-bar
  • Kenku (M) – keng-KOO, or KENK-oo
  • Kentrosaurus (M) – ken-tro-SAR-us
  • Keoghtom (D) – KEE-o-tum
  • Kevokulli (M) – ke-vo-KUL-ee
  • Killmoulis (M) – kil-MOO-lis
  • Ki-rin (M) – kee-RIN, or ky-RIN
  • Kopoacinth (M) – ko-PO-a-sinth
  • Korseke (P) – k0r-SEEK
  • Kostchtchie (M) – KAS-tch-tch-ee
  • Kraken (M) – KRAY-ken, or KRA-ken
  • Kuo-toa (M) – koo-o-TO-a
  • Kurtulmak (G) – KUR-tul-mak
  • Kwalish (D) – kway-LISH
  • Kyuss (M) – kee-OOS

L

  • Labelas Enoreth (G) – læb-el-as EN-0r-eth
  • Lacedon (M) – LAS-e-dan
  • Lambeosaurus (M) – lam-bee-o-SAR-us
  • Lamia (M) – LAY-mee-a, or LA-mee-a(rarely, la-MY-ah)
  • Lammasu (M) – LA-ma-soo
  • Laogzed (G) – lay-AG-zed
  • Lemure (M) – lem-YOOR, or lem-Y0R
  • Leomund (P) – LEE-o-mund
  • Lernaean hydra (M) – ler-NAY-un HY-dra
  • Lich (M) – litch, or lik
  • Locathah (M) – LO-ka-tha, or lo-ka-THA
  • Lochaber axe (P) – lok-A-bur æks
  • Lolth (M) – lalth, or lolth
  • Loxodont (M) – LAK-so-dant

M

  • Mac-Fuirmidh College (P) – mæk-FUR-mid
  • Machicolation (D) – mæt-chick-ul-AY-shun
  • Maglubiyet (G) – ma-GLUB-i-yet
  • Malebranche (M) – MæL-u-bran-cha,or MæL-eh-bran-cha
  • Mamenchisaurus (M) – ma-men-chi-SAR-us
  • Mandragora (M) – mæn-dra-G0R-a
  • Mantari (M) – mæn-TAR-ee
  • Marid (M) – ma-RID
  • Massopondylus (M)- mæss-o-PAN-du-luss
  • Megalosaurus (M) – meg-a-lo-SAR-us
  • Mephistopheles (M) – me-fis-TAF-e-leez
  • Mezzodaemon (M) – MEZ-o-day-mun
  • Mihstu (M) – MIS-too
  • Mobat (M) – MO-bæt
  • Modron (M) – MO-dran
  • Monoclonius (M) – man-o-KLO-nee-us
  • Moradin (G) – M0R-a-din
  • Mordenkainen (R) – M0R-den-kay-nen
  • Morkoth (M) – M0R-kath
  • Mosasaurus (M) – mo-za-SAR-us
  • Murlynd (W) – MUR-lind
  • Myconid (M) – MY-ko-nid
  • Myrmarch (M) – MEER-march
  • Myrmidon (P) – MUR-mi-dun

N

  • Nabassu (M) – NAB-a-soo, or na-BA-soo
  • Naga (M) – NA-ga
  • Nalfeshnee (M) – nal-FESH-nee
  • Nao (D) – now
  • Ndulu (M) – n-DOO-loo
  • Nothosaurus (M) – noth-o-SAR-us
  • Nupperibo (M) – nup-pur-E-bo
  • Nycadaemon (M) – NY-ka-day-mun
  • Nystul (P) – NY-stul, or NIS-tul

O

  • Obad-hai (W) – o-bad-HY
  • Obliviax (M) – o-BLIV-ee-æks
  • Oerid (W) – O-rid
  • Oerik (W) – O-rik
  • Oerth (W) – OYth (rarely, URth or AYRth)
  • Ogremoch (M) – O-gre-mokh
  • Ogrillon (M) – o-GRIL-un, or AG-ril-un
  • Oinodaemon (M) – OY-no-day-mun
  • Ollamh College (P) – AL-lam
  • Onager (D) – AN-u-jer
  • Ophidian (M) – o-FID-ee-an
  • Opinicus (M) – o-PIN-i-kus
  • Ornitholestes (M) – or-nith-al-ES-tes
  • Otiluke (P) – O-ti-look
  • Otyugh (M) – AT-yug

P

  • Paladin (P) Pæ L-a-din
  • Paleoscincus (M) – pay-lee-o-SING-kus
  • Papyrus (D) – pa-PY-rus
  • Parasaurolophus (M)pæ-x-a-sar-AL-o-fus
  • Pazuzu (M) – pa-ZOO-zoo
  • Pech (M) – petch
  • Penanggalan (M) – pe-NæNG-ga-lun
  • Pentaceratops (M) – pen-ta-SER-a-tops
  • Pernicon (M) – PER-ni-kun
  • Phaulkon (W) – FAL-kun
  • Phlogiston (D) – flo-JIS-tun
  • Phoenix (M) – FEE-niks
  • Pholtus (W) – FOL-tus
  • Phororhacos (M) – f0r-0r-HAY-kos
  • Phycomid (M) – FY-ko-mid
  • Piscodaemon (M) – PIS-ko-day-mun
  • Plateosaurus (M) – plæt-ee-o-SAR-us
  • Pleistocene (D) – plee-IS-to-seen
  • Plesiosaurus (M) – ples-ee-o-SAR-us
  • Podokesaurus (M) – po-dak-e-SAR-us
  • Primus (M) – PREE-mus, or PRI-mus
  • Prosaurolophus (M) – pro-sar-o-LO-fus
  • Psionics (P) – sy-AN-iks
  • Pteranodon (M) – ter-æN-o-dan
  • Pycomid (M) – PY-ko-mid

Q

  • Quaal (D) – kwal, or kwayl
  • Quadrireme (D) – KWA-dri-reem
  • Quag (W) – kwæg
  • Quaggoth (M) – KWæG-uth
  • Quasit (M) – KWA-zit
  • Quipper (M) – KWIP-per
  • Qullan (M) – KWUL-un

R

  • Racaraide (P) – ræk-ur-AYD
  • Rakshasa (M) – rak-SHA-sa
  • Ranseur (P) – ræn-SOOR
  • Rehnaremme (M) – ray-nar-MAY
  • Remorhaz (M) – REE-m0r-az, or REHM-0r-æz
  • Rhizome (M) – RY-zom
  • Roncie (P) – RAN-see
  • Rothe (M) – ro-THAY

S

  • Sahuagin (M) – sa-HWA-gin
  • Saurolophus (M) – sar-o-LO-fus
  • Scimitar (P) – SIM-i-tar
  • Sekolah (G) – SEK-o-la
  • Semuanya (G) – se-moo-æN-ya
  • Shaman (D) – SHAY-man, or SHA-man
  • Shator (M) – SHAY-t0r
  • Shedu (M) – SHEH-doo, SHAY-doo, SHEE-doo,or any with reversed accent
  • Shillelagh (P) – shi-LAY-la
  • Simulacrum (P) – sim-yoo-LæK-rum,or si-MUL-a-krum
  • Sirine (M) – sy-REEN
  • Skoraeus (G) – sk0r-AY-us
  • Slaad (M) – slæd, or slad
  • Smilodon (M) – SMYL-o-dan
  • Snyad (M) – SNY-æd
  • Solar (M) – SO-lar
  • Solifugid (M) – sa-li-FYOO-jid
  • Spetum (P) – SPEE-turn
  • Ssendam (M) – SEN-dum, or SSSísen-dam
  • Stegosaurus (M) – steg-o-SAR-us
  • Storoper (M) – STO-ro-pur
  • Struthiomimus (M) – struth-ee-o-MY-mus
  • Styracosaurus (M) – sti-ræk-o-SAR-us
  • Succubus (M) – SUK-yoo-bus
  • Su-monster (M) – SOO-man-stur
  • Sussurus (M) – SUS-u-r-us
  • Svirfneblin (M) – svirf-NEB-lin

T

  • Tabaxi (M) – ta-BæK-see
  • Tadhemoth (M) – tæd-HEE-muth
  • Taer (M) – tayr
  • Tanystropheus (M) – tan-is-TRO-fee-us
  • Tarrasque (M) – ta-RæSK
  • Tasloi (M) – TæZ-loy
  • Tenebrous worm (M) – te-NEB-rus wurm
  • Tennodontosaurus (M) – ten-a-dan-to-SAR-us
  • Tenser (W) – TEN-sur
  • Teratosaurus (M) – ter-æt-o-SAR-us
  • Terithran (M) – te-RITH-run
  • Tharizdun (W) – thar-IZ-dun
  • Thoqqua (M) – THAK-wa
  • Thri-kreen (M) – thry-KREEN
  • Tiamat (M) – TEE-a-mat
  • Tirapheg (M) – TEER-a-feg
  • Titanothere (M) – ty-TæN-o-theer
  • Titivilus (M) – ti-TIV-i-lus
  • Trachodon (M) – TRæK-o-dan
  • Trebuchet (D) – tre-boo-SHAY
  • Trireme (D) – TRY-reem
  • Triton (M) – TRY-tun
  • Typhous (M) – TY-fus

U

  • Umiak (D) – OO-mee-æk
  • Umpleby (M) – UM-pul-bee
  • Ustilagor (M) – oo-STIL-la-g0r

V

  • Vacuous Grimoire (D) – VæK-yoo-us grim-WAR
  • Valkyrie (G) – VæL-kree, or VæL-kuree
  • Vaprak (G) – VæP-ræk
  • Vargouille (M) – var-GWEEL
  • Varrdig (M) – VAR-dig
  • Vecna (D) – VEK-na
  • Verbeeg (M) – vur-BEEG
  • Verme (M) – verm
  • Vilstrak (M) – VIL-strak
  • Vizier (M) – viz-EER
  • Vodyanoi (M) – VOD-ya-noy, or VAD-ya-noy
  • Voulge (P) – voolj
  • Vrock (M) – vrak

W

  • Wemic (M) – WEM-ik, or WEE-mik
  • Wendonai (M) – WEND-o-ny
  • Wyvern (M) – WIH-vurn, or WY-vern

X

  • Xag-ya (M) – zæg-YA
  • Xaren (M) – ZæR-un
  • Xeg-yi (M) – zeg-YEE
  • Xill (M) – zil
  • Xorn (M) – z0rn
  • Xvart (M) – zvart

Y

  • Yagnodaemon (M) – YæG-no-day-mun
  • Yeenoghu (M) – yee-NAG-hoo
  • Yochlol (M) – YAKH-lal
  • Yuan-ti (M) – yoo-an-TEE

Z

  • Zaebos (M) – ZAY-bos
  • Zuggtmoy (M) – ZUG-tmoy
  • Zygom (M) – ZY-gam

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