We talk a lot about the Minnesota towns that are hard to pronounce, but we always seem to gloss over the difficult lake names in Minnesota...and there are a lot. Minnesota is home to more than 15,000 lakes, and we definitely have some zingers on this list that'll make you question if you're saying these right. Perhaps you're visiting a friend's cabin for the first time and you have no idea how to tell people what lake you're going to...because it's a doozy to say. Give these lake names your best shot! How many of these difficult Minnesota lake names do you know how to pronounce correctly?

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  • Alimagnet: it's located in Apple Valley
  • Alomestria Pond in Pierz
  • Bde Maka Ska in Minneapolis
  • Beseau in Lake Park
  • Beulah Pond in Big Lake
  • Boedigheimer in Richville
  • Chelgren in Stockholm
  • Conger's Slough in Taunton
  • Cormorant in Audubon
  • East Niemaki in Herman
  • Eilers in Clear Lake
  • Ensign in Ely
  • Fiecke Marsh in St. Nicholas
  • Fiske in Battle Lake
  • Fond du Lac Reservoir in Fond du Lac
  • Frieze in Pierz
  • Frontenac in Becida
  • Gabimichigami in Tofte
  • Gasconade in Onamia
  • Gijikiki in Prairie Prairie Portage
  • Gilfillian in White Bear Lake
  • Kvernmo Marsh in Hendricks
  • Le Homme Dieu in Alexandria
  • Little Winnibigoshish in Deer River
  • Malachy in Clontarf
  • Manganika in Virinia
  • Marabaeuf in Grand Marais
  • North Berthiaume in Buffalo
  • No-Ta-She-Bun in Remer
  • Sagatagan in Collegeville
  • Sissabagama in Aitkin
  • Skriebakken in Bloomington
  • Zabolio in Reno

See, we told you these lake names were difficult. It's alright if you weren't able to pronounce them all. Do you know of a difficult Minnesota lake name that's no on this list? We've love to hear about it. Let us know in the comments below!

 

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