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When you need to spell something when speaking to someone over the phone, or otherwise talking to them, it might sound confusing saying the letters "n" and "m" when spelling, as they sound similar. What words do you use when verifying if the next letter is "m" or "n?" Personally, I use "Martin" and "Nap."




Customer Service Rep.: And how do you spell GamerNate?

Me: G-A-M, as in Martin, E-R-N, as in nap, A-T-E.

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