physics terminology question: pronouncing superpartner names
OK, so I know the superpartners of quarks and leptons are called "squarks" and "sleptons", respectively. And I've heard the same convention applied to specific particles, like the superpartner of the electron being called a "selectron" and the superpartner of the top being called a "stop."
But how does this work for other particles? I'm most curious about the superpartner of the strange quark (since it already starts with an s), but it's not obvious for some of the other quarks either. Would "scharm" be pronounced "sharm", for example?