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Pronouncing Joyce: N - Z

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Introduction                                    A - M                                        N - Z


 
Nassau Street

Master Dignam walked along Nassau street

   
/ˈnæsæʊ/ or /ˈnæsɒ:/
 


  Newbridge avenue

the remains of the late Mr Patrick Dignam were removed from his residence, no 9 Newbridge avenue, Sandymount, for interment in Glasnevin.

   
/ˈnju:brɪʤ/
 


 
Newcomen Bridge

Father John Conmee stepped into the Dollymount tram on Newcomen bridge

   
/ˈnju:k(ə)m(ə)n/
 


  New Wapping
    street

beyond new Wapping street past Benson's ferry, and by the threemasted schooner Rosevean

   
/nju: ˈwɒpɪŋ/
 



 
Parkgate

B is Parkgate. Good.

   
/pa:kˈge:t/
 


  Pembroke quay

A cavalcade in easy trot along Pembroke quay passed

   
/ˈpembrʊk/
 



  Pembroke Road

but in quiet parts of the city, Pembroke road for example, the guardians of the law were well in evidence

   
/ˈpembrʊk/
 



  Phibsborough Road

In silence they drove along Phibsborough road.

   
/ˈfɪbzbərə/
 



 
Phoenix Park

murder in the Phoenix park. Before you were born

   
/ˈfi:nɪks/
 


 
Ranelagh

Windy Arbour, Palmerston Park, Ranelagh

   
/ˈrænələ/
also locally
/ˈrɛnələ/
 


  Rialto bridge

She rolled downhill at Rialto bridge to tempt me with her flow of animal spirits.

   
/rɪˈæltou/
 



 
Sandycove

There's a drowning case at Sandycove may turn up

   
/ˈsændɪkouv/
 


 
Sandymount

Am I walking into eternity along Sandymount strand?

   
/ˈsændɪmæʊnt/
 


  Sweny

The freckled face of Sweny, the druggist

   
/ˈswɛnɪ/
 


  Synge street

on public thoroughfares between Longwood avenue and Leonard's corner and Leonard's corner and Synge street

   
/sɪŋ/
 



  Talbot place

Ibsen, associated with Baird's the stonecutter's in his mind somehow in Talbot place

   
/ˈtɒ:lbət/
 



  Talbot street

He catches sight of the navvy lurching through the crowd at the farther side of Talbot street

   
/ˈtɒ:lbət/
 



 
Tangier Lane

H. E. L. Y.'S. filed before him, tallwhitehatted, past Tangier lane

   
/tænˈʤiəɹ/
 


  Thomond

from the streamy vales of Thomond, from the M'Gillicuddy's reeks the inaccessible and lordly Shannon the unfathomable

   
/ˈθoumənd/
 



  Tritonville road

will you ever forget her the evening she dressed up in her father's suit and hat and the burned cork moustache and walked down Tritonville road, smoking a cigarette.

   
/ˈtraɪtənvɪl/
 


 
Tyrone Street

Mrs Bella Cohen, 82 Tyrone street, lower

   
/taɪˈroun/
 


  Vico Road

Welloff people, proud that their eldest son was in the navy. Vico road, Dalkey.

   
/ˈvaɪkou/
 



  Watling street

Mr Kernan turned and walked down the slope of Watling street by the corner of Guinness's visitors' waitingroom.

   
/ˈwɒtlɪŋ/
 


  Westland row

he didnt recognise me either when I half frowned at him outside Westland row chapel

   
/ˈwɛstlənd/
 


  Westmoreland
    street

He crossed Westmoreland street when apostrophe S had plodded by.

   
/westˈmɒ:ɹlənd/
 



  Winetavern street

M'Conachie told him you got a decent enough do in the Brazen Head over in Winetavern street

   
/waɪnˈtævəɹn/
 


 
Yeates

He crossed at Nassau street corner and stood before the window of Yeates and Son

   
/jeɪts/