I want to change my name to Kristtorn, which, when pronounced in English, sounds like 'orn' as in horn (/ɔːn/), but I want to make it sound like 'kriston' (/krɪstɒn/).
For example: The letter
ï through the use of the diacritic.
This would be used with the 'o' in Kristtorn, to make Kristtörn.
So as the ö when pronounced in English sounds like "er" as in her (/əː/), what sound would this produce (when pronounced in English)?
Would it be 'kristen' (/krɪstən/) or possibly 'kriston' (/krɪstɒn/), given that the er sound and the 'r' after the 'ö' sound would come out that way when spoken aloud?
Also, does using the Ø vowel (or any other symbol) in any part of the word Kristtorn cause it to sound differently? Would the use of this vowel make the desired sound?
I'd love to hear what people come up with here, but mainly what I'm going for is some phonetic way of pronouncing the word as Kriston while keeping the original spelling of 'Kristtorn' intact.