Hey that is completely pronounceable! This is Skaftafellsjökull, part of the great Vatnajökull glacier. Let’s break it down a bit. Skafti is a mans name and fell is a word for a mountain, typically used for small mountains or mountains that stand alone. Skaftafell therefor means the “mountain of Skafti” and is the mountain on the left. Jökull is glacier and Skaftafellsjökull is the “glacier of Skaftafell”
Anglophones can pronounce it something like this: Ska-fta-fedls-yeah-kudl. Ska as in the music style, with fta added. The double LL is tough but something like the ddle sound in cuddle. Jökull is tough. The first part is something like a victorious yeah sound, kind of with a u in it as if a deep voiced wrestler was shouting it with clenched fists… and then the cuddle thing again.
Think you got that?
A lovely unpronounceable glacier in the south of Iceland