Actually, I thought it was pronounced ULL (like the English ending to pull and bull, full and then RISH. The I is pronounced with the tongue close to the roof of your mouth. The "ch" following an I sounds more like our English sh like the ending of fish and dish. Where it follows an a, e, o or u, the ch is hard similar to the Scottish pronunciation of Loch (difficult to render in visual text.)

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