We Want to Further Mathematical Communication, BUT...
Do you know how to pronouce the names of the mathematicians Euler, Cauchy, or Abū ʿAbdallāh Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī? Do you know how to pronouce mathematical terms such as incommensurable, orthogonal , or even rhombus?
Multiple websites exist that help us pronounce correctly what we want to say. Some examples...browse and you pick the one(s) you like:
HowjSay.com is listed first because it provides a free online Talking Dictionary of English Pronunciation..kind of fun to test out with mathematical words, despite it's vocabulary being limited (e.g. it has Euler but not Cauchy
Kent Kromarek's Mathematics Pronunciation Guide includes terms, mathematicians, Greek letters, and symbols
Pronunciation Guide to Mathematicians is a great help, plus it includes links to on-line articles about the mathematciians themselves
ITEP's Mathematics Pronunciation Guide seems repeat version of Kromarek's Guide before he retired
Wikipedia's Mathematician Pronunciation Guide also includes links to Wikipedia articles about the mathematicians
H. VÄaliaho's Pronunciation of Mathematical Expressions gives an international perspective (Finland)...and differs slightly with some terms (that i thought I knew at least)
UEFAP's Mathematical and Scientific Symbols is extensive, but takes some getting used to because it uses The International Phonetic Alphabet in Unicode)...?
TSBVI's Project Math Access's Handbook for Spoken Mathematics helps sighted individuals read mathematics to persons who are blind
RPI's American Pronunciation of Mathematics or Universit´e Louis Pasteur's Reading Mathematical Expressions model the approach weach classroom could take regarding the mathematics being experienced
Wikipedia's List of mathematical symbols is an extensive list of mathematical symbols, in both HTML and TeX
Good luck communicating!