How is 'frappé' correctly pronounced? I know that it is from French origin and I used to pronounce it \fra-ˈpā\ (as I've seen on Merriam-Webster). But when my classmates heard me, they corrected me and said it is a one-syllable word without the long a sound. I also hear the local celebrities and other people ordering frappés without the long a. I am from an English-speaking Asian country.
Frappé is pronounced fruh-pay, if it's a frozen, fruity, sherbet-like thing, or a liqueur poured over shaved ice.
If it's a milkshake thing, it's frappe (note the absence of the accent mark). And then it rhymes with clap.
Presumably that's the reason for some confusion.