Can anyone out there help me with the pronunciation of the following names? What I put down has to be a reasonable approximation that's easy for an Australian English speaker to read out loud. Let me know in the comments if you need more details - I'm reluctant to post names in full here for privacy reasons. Any tips on Google-fu to figure out origins, pronunciations, etc. for this sort of thing, or helpful websites other than Forvo and Inogolo also welcome. (btw, they only give me about a week to do these, so posting them on Forvo/Inogolo in the hope that a native speaker will record them within a few days isn't likely to help!)
1. Agius (Maltese surname): I knew someone with this surname who pronounced this "Ay-jee-us", but she may have been anglicising it, as I've found conflicting pronunciations online for this.
2. Josan Sobredo. The surname is Spanish, I think, but is "Josan"? Should it be "Ho-sahn" (=approximation of Spanish J) or something else?
3. Strachan: Strawn? Strahn?? Stra-hahn??
4. Neupane: Nepalese, I think, but I can't figure out how it's pronounced. "Ner-pa-neh" maybe?
5. Demirdjian: (Armenian?) Pronunciation? Is the J pronounced like an English Y?
6. Gladshtein: Glad or Glahd? Shteen, Shtane or Shtyne?
7. Maina: (Swahili?) Mane-ah or Ma-eena?
8. Krasavcic: Is '-cic' pronounced "chick" or "chitch" in this instance?
9. Cwebile: (southern Africa?) Completely flummoxed by this one. Kweh-bee-lay?? All pronunciation tips welcome.
10. Tecle: (surname, unknown origin) No idea. Teckle? Teck-leh? Tess-leh?
11. Sleimen: Slay-men? Sly-men? Slee-men?
12. Massaquoi: (surname, possibly Liberian) Is that "quoi" as in French? If not, how's it pronounced?
13. Debrework Antachew: (Ethiopian, perhaps Amharic?) Are those Ws pronounced as in English or as in German??
14. Wei Fie: Chinese given name, but how would "Fie" be pronounced? Fye?
15. Ostrognay: (NE European language?) Oss-trog-nay? Oss-tron-yay? Something else?
16. Tuhcic: (Albanian?) Ter-chick, maybe? Am getting confused by the diacritics on Cs in Eastern European languages. One person told me a final C on a surname is always č (ch), but some websites seem to say that some languages have ć (ts) on the end of surnames.
Thanks in advance!