Here’s How To Pronounce These Tricky NJ Town Names
Ok, I dig this.
I'm sort of still new to the area still, I've lived here almost 3 years now ... so I can't even begin to tell you how helpful this is.
Can we talk about when I first moved here and I said live on air, Bordenton and Lumbertown instead of Bordentown and Lumberton ... that's in the past we actually don't need to talk about that (hides under rock) ... I'm glad that's humorous to me now, because it really wasn't that the moment.
Well anyway, apparently other people have the same difficulties as I do and they've lived here their entire lives, pronouncing these tricky NJ town names that everyone seems to confuse.
Well thanks to NJ.com we now have a legitimate breakdown on how to correctly pronounced these more then often mispronounced New Jersey town names ...
Check out the top 15 that made the list below.
Absecon (Atlantic County)
Boonton (Morris County)
Buena and Buena Vista (Atlantic County)
Chatham and Chatham Township (Morris County)
Dumont (Bergen County)
Dunellen (Middlesex County)
Holmdel (Monmouth County)
McAfee (Sussex County)
Metuchen (Middlesex County)
Mount Ephraim (Camden County)
Oaklyn (Camden County)
Parsippany (Morris County)
Rahway (Union County)
Sergeantsville (Hunterdon County)
Trenton (Mercer County)