9 comments Add yours
  1. It's interesting that you both write it with the u – a. According to both the DJS and the Simplified dictionaries, "Nashua" is written like in Anniversary: n – a – sh – underlined a. There is no entry for Joshua in the dictionary. So by analogy, shouldn't it be written the same, as in Anniversary?

  2. OK, here's my two cents.   The last syllable oo-aw sound a lot like the oo-o-nt of want, so why wouldn't you spell it that way j-o-sh-oo-o. The end sounds more like aw than a?   And what is Nashua? Another biblical character?    

Leave a Reply