Are these 10 of Georgia's hardest-to-pronounce town names?

Did we forget a town name? Are these pronunciations way off base? Comment or email me at adam.carlson@ajc.com for possible inclusion in a follow-up.

Southern accents are tricky enough when working their magic on common words, such as "oil" and "aunt."

But it gets even trickier when faced with the many different kinds of names given to Georgia's towns, as AL.com recently demonstrated in Alabama. For example, Cairo is commonly pronounced "Kay-row."

Here are nine more hard-to-pronounce town names around the state, judging by apparent phonetic difficulty or trickery.

ExploreQuiz: Which of these weird Georgia town names is real or fake?

1. Albany: Commonly pronounced "AlL-binny"

2. Buena Vista: Commonly pronounced "BYOO-na VISS-ta"

3. Dacula: Commonly pronounced "Duh-CUE-la"

4. Dahlonega: Commonly pronounced "Duh-LAW-na-ga"

5. Hahira: Commonly pronounced "Hay-HI-ra"

6. Hoschton: Commonly pronounced "HOOSH (like push)-tun"

7. McDonough: Commonly pronounced "Mick-DONE-a" or "Mac-DONNA"

8. Smyrna: Commonly pronounced "SMUR-na"

9. Walthourville: Commonly pronounced "Walt-hour-ville" (like it's three separate words)