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I wonder how I shall pronounce biblatex and biber. Shall I pronounce bi as in bite or bi as in bit?(although in case of biber I prefer to say bi as in bite because it reminds me of that canadian guy). I ask because I have no one to talk about Latex and if there is s/he is not expert in Latex and I am solely dependent to this forum and books and package documentations.

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    Could you please not vote to this question?
    – nima
    Nov 12, 2015 at 19:51
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    I think it is time to develop the imbibetex package...bottoms up! Nov 12, 2015 at 19:53
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    "Could you please not vote to this question?" Why? :S I mean, I have a feeling this question will be closed as it's very, very broad, flirting with off-topicality however narrowed down and arguably opinion-based, but why do you not want people to vote on your own question :S :S
    – Au101
    Nov 12, 2015 at 19:55
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    I think you're better off asking this in TeX - LaTeX Chat, as there may be many interpretations rather than official pronunciations (see the above related links as an example).
    – Werner
    Nov 12, 2015 at 20:21
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    these particular packages all have to do with bibliographies, and in such a situation, the logical pronunciation is the same as for "biblio" -- rhymes with "bit". you have my sympathy for having to guess about something you have only read from a written source. i keep finding words that i'm quite familiar with on paper have pronunciations different from what i guessed ... more than 50 years ago. so don't be afraid to ask. Nov 12, 2015 at 20:38

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