How to Phonetically Spell Your Name?


To phonetically spell your name means to use the sounds of letters instead of the actual letters that spell the name. For instance the name Denise might be phonetically spelled danees or the name Alice might be heard as ales.
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There are many sites online that will help you phonetically spell your name. If your name is 'Dave' you can phonetically spell it by saying 'D' as in 'Delta,' 'A' as in 'Alfa,' 'V' as in 'Victor,' and 'E' as in 'Echo.'
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