Registered: Tue May 15 2001
ah yes but you grew up in Ireland so that supports the Catholic theory but it's funny that it never became common in America.
I've said it so often in the last few days that I'm almost lost on how I do say it. I would have thought I said 'haitch' but I know when I'm teaching my son it is 'aitch'. perhaps I change it to the circumstance.
Registered: Tue Aug 11 2009
Loc: Glasgow Scotland UK
I've always said "haitch". "Aitch" sounds like the person in question is dropping the letter in question, so I associate it with England. :P Most letters' names have their sound in it, which is why I feel it makes more sense to say "haitch" :P