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pronunciation

tat2Ralfy

Well-Known Member
Hello and welcome to Coticule.be :thumbup:

I say: Coti-cool, although I do have a thick regional accent, I have heard others say "Cotti-cole" so it beats me? I know for sure however that they have never been called "coti's" lol

Regards
Ralfson (Dr)
 

Joseph

New Member
Thanks.
I have inherited my father's razors and coticule which is missing a slurry stone. Is there something I can use as a substitute slurry stone?
 

tat2Ralfy

Well-Known Member
Indeed you can use another Coticule, a diamond plate (DMT) or a piece of "wet and dry" type sandpaper, if you use a DMT be sure that is has been used once or twice before, as new ones can release particles which will contaminate the slurry

Best wishes
Ralfson (Dr)
 

Emmanuel

Well-Known Member
Joseph
Welcome to coticule.be.Go to google translation. English to French.Write coticule in english area.Will show the same in French area ,click on hearing,that's the correct pronunciation.
Best regards
Emmanuel
 

Bart

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, you'll hear a pretty perfect pronunciation of the word Coticule. But for an English speaking audience, I guess it's okay to anglicize the word a bit. For that, start with the word "testicle". Now, replace "tes" with "cod": Codticle. Close enough. They are male by the way. As in: "The Coticule honed the razor. He treated her with kindness".:)

Kind regards,
Bart.
 
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