Seriously - how do you pronounce "Limbert"

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"Lim-bert" and say the "T"? Or "Lim-bere" no "t"?
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mttt asks:

If he was French or French Canadian, drop the T. Otherwise, a rough guess would come up with your first choice.
Charlie Self "Health food makes me sick." Calvin Trillin
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With the T, like Bert.

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If you're speaking French, it would be lam-bare'. If you want English-speaking North Americans to understand, it's pronounced like it's spelled: lim'-burt.
Kevin
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