An "enya" (properly called a "tilde") is a curved line over an "n" in Spanish that make the n into an "ny" sound. As in that perennial guitar picking song, "Malaguena." That's "mal-a-gwain-ya."

I live in Texas, by the way. That may be distorting my view of how any Spanish name should be pronounced.


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