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marinelife's avatar

According to Slate, your guess is probably as good as mine, but I would go with “dohj”.

Seek's avatar

I don’t know universal phonetics.

Something like “Dozh”

Much confuse. Very speech. Wow.

elbanditoroso's avatar

dough (like what you bake with), followed by zh

si3tech's avatar This is a wonderful site that pronounces english words. @marinelife dohj looks the most like it. It has a long “o” and say the “dge” as in judge. There are some foreign pronunciations there also.

janbb's avatar

I am so internet illiterate. Here I was wondering why we were talking about the chief magistrate of Venice and it’s all about a bleeding dog! In which I case, I propose it should be dawg-gee.

zenvelo's avatar

@janbb I agree with you. It’s like “doggie”.

jaytkay's avatar

Doge rhymes with Moog and Pogue.

I love my answer so much. It is correct AND might not be helpful!!

kritiper's avatar

The e at the end signifies that the o is long. Dough-g.

CunningFox's avatar

Basically how it looks. Like the word ‘dough’ and then a zh sort of sound.

dappled_leaves's avatar

I’m with @jaytkay. And not just because he knows how to pronounce Moog.

CunningFox's avatar

Trust me, the kids today (myself included) are saying it like it rhymes with boge.

Stevenreddragon's avatar

There’s an app I use frequently on play store that will pronounce any word you have its called pronounce it. The best part is it’ll do this in any language.

dappled_leaves's avatar

Pronunciation apps cannot help with this, because “doge” is a longstanding word (which @janbb mentioned). Any pronunciation app is going to give you the pronunciation for that word, not the word for the recently-created meme.

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