After all the berry translations we had, I started to think of the pronunciation of the names…
What I was always taught is what is presented by the Cambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary, too. Taking huckleberry as an example, I was always taught that it'd be pronounced as:
UK - [ˈhʌkl̩bəri], [ˈhʌkl̩bri] or [ˈhʌkl̩ˌberi]
US - [hʌkl̩ˈberi]
But is this distribution completely true? I mean, are there any places in the US, for instance, were the first two pronunciations might be found?
Just out of curiosity…
P.S.: I myself say either [ˈhʌkl̩bəri] or [ˈhʌkl̩bri].