Sked seems to be pronounced differently in the whole phrase and the hover-over definition. "Hwed" vs "Shwed". Which is it?
'Shwed' is the pronounciation used by the Swedish-speaking community in Finland. All 'sk' sounds are pronounced as 'sh' in Finland swedish and 'sk' is always pronounced as 'h' in Sweden. Of course there are rules when sk is pronounced 'sh'/'h' or as 'sk' depending on the following vowel but I am not going to get into that. Point is when it's 'sk' or even 'sj' words they are always pronounced as 'h' in sweden and 'sh' in Finland. For example: Sjuk = Sick. In Finland dialect it is pronounced "shook" and in Sweden "hjook"
Thank you, Bluthund. The "h" sound seems halfway between and "h" and an "f", similar to Japanese.
this makes me think of a cartoon in which a robber pulled out a spoon and the convenience store clerk goes "gasp he;s got a spoon!"
It made me think of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
Sheriff of Nottingham: Locksley! I'm going to cut your heart out with a spoon!
Guy of Gisborne: Why a spoon, cousin? Why not an axe?
Sheriff of Nottingham: Because it's DULL, you twit. It'll hurt more.
That's cool! I like how the pronunciation is totally different from the spelling.
I don't really know at this point, I heard "qued." But that's coming from someone that heard "CLEE-nuh" for kvinna.