How do you pronounce Aldi stores?
The United States. In the United States, Aldi is pronounced ALL-dee.
How do you pronounce Aldi and Lidl?
The ‘Al’ is taken from Albrecht, and the ‘di’ comes from discount. However, when pronouncing Lidl, things get a little trickier. Many British people often say it with a short, sharp ‘Li’ at the start, like ‘lid-uhl’. But, in its home-town, it’s pronounced ‘lee-dell’.
How do you pronounce Aldi the car?
“Since Audi is so close to the word ‘audio,’ we often hear our name pronounced, ‘Aw-dee,’ but to set the record straight, the official pronunciation is ‘Ow-dee’ similar to ‘howdy’ or ‘outie’ like the belly button!”
Why is Aldi called Aldi?
Karl believed that they would attract shoplifters while his brother did not. At the time, they jointly owned 300 shops with a cash flow of DM90 million yearly. In 1962, they introduced the name Aldi—short for Albrecht-Diskont. Aldi Nord and Aldi Süd have been financially and legally separate since 1966.