As a commenter reminded me in the other pronunciation post, there are quite a few new names in The Broken Kingdoms, so I should do a list for this book too. Again, I don’t really care how these names are pronounced; they’re fictional characters, not real people who can get upset about it. But for those who really want to know, here goes.
Oree Shoth: OH-ree SHOTH
Easha, Wesha: EE-sha, WEE-sha
Ohn: OH-hin (the “i” is very soft and brief)
Rimarn Dih: rih-MAH-rin (again, a brief “i” in that last syllable) DEE
Kitr: KEE-ter (again, a brief “e” in the last syllable)
Nypri: NAI (like “eye”) -pree
Y’li Arameri (from the appendices): YEE-LEE ar-uh-MEH-ree
Nemue Sarfith Enulai (from the appendices): NEM-oo-ay sahr-FITH EHN-oo-lai (like “eye”)
Serymn: SER-uh-min (very brief “u” and “i” sounds)
Madding, Lil, Jont, and Hado are pretty much pronounced how they look.
I forget anybody? Let me know in the comments!