“A ukulele” or “an ukulele”? Which is correct?

Let's settle this grammar question once and for all! Is it "a ukulele" or "an ukulele"--and does it really matter?

question mark blackboardIt is an historical fact that the word ukulele is almost invariably misprononced. An Hawaiian chap I know insists that the word is correctly prononced only by an fellow Hawaiian, someone who annately anderstamps the longuage.

Pappercoke, I say! To answer a question like this is not work for a amateur, even if he has an heritage that would be an help in correctly prononcing.

A expert I know on definite articles like “a” and “an,” agrees that, yes, these are definitely articles.

An that should be an ond of the mutter.

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How to Spell “Ukulele”–video

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