the consonant 'g' as it is pronounced in 'get,' or 'give'
A hard g is pronounced as a voiced plosive, while a soft g is pronounced as a fricative or affricate.
In all these cases the sound represented was a hard g (as in gig).
In Knig the German diphthong succumbs to a long o, and the hard g becomes k; the common pronunciation is Cone-ik.
The pronunciation with a hard g sound is that used in the Egyptian dialect of Arabic.
It consists simply in the addition of the syllable ery, preceded by the sound of hard g, to every word.