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There are some initialisms out there that are unpronouncable as words in any correct English sense (I found one today of SQRL). However the inventor of such terms force a word onto them, in this case:
The SQRL system (pronounced “squirrel”)
Unless you were aware of this term, and the authors intended pronunciation of it you would pronounce it as letters 'S-Q-R-L'. But that is not how the author intends. So, if these terms that would clearly be initialisms in any normal sense of the word, but have had a pronunciation forced upon them, can these be referred to as an Acronym?
(This is sort of related to the question: Does pronouncing an initialism make it an acronym?, although that post seems to stem from a misunderstanding of the difference between initialism and acronym so the answers reflect that misunderstanding rather than this particular situation)