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How do you pronounce Fluther?

Asked by circedog (49points) October 6th, 2008
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I’ve tried to describe this site and always end up going, “Floother, Fluffer, Flouther???” What exactly is it?

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squirbel's avatar

Where’d you get the name Fluther?
A fluther is a group of jellyfish, like a gaggle of geese (or a taint of tilapia).
“Fluther” is pronounced /‘flʌ ðɚ/. It rhymes with “brother” and “mother”.

blastfamy's avatar

It rhymes with brother and mother

squirbel beat me to it, drat

JackAdams's avatar

Very quietly, because I don’t wish for others to hear me say that word.

jsc3791's avatar

Who knew a group of tilapia are called a taint! HILARIOUS!

judochop's avatar

OKAY! A show of hands from all the people that had to google “tilapia.”

critter1982's avatar

hand raised.

hand only raised to figure out that there was more than one thing called a taint.

JackAdams's avatar

I pronounce Fluther alive, and well!

gailcalled's avatar

I knew about the taint only because this question (understandably) has been asked on a regular basis.

charliecompany34's avatar

it has to be fluther like you pronounce “other.” it cant be “floother” like “hoover” or else the site would spelled “floother.” we’ve answered this one before. check archives. oh and also refer to phonics book. sorry if i seem blunt here, but fluther is just what it appears when you read it.

gailcalled's avatar

@charlie: ^^ two of the links listed.

If you speak Casthillian Spanish, you might call the E A Poe Story, “The Houthe of Uther.”

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