OR'inj (only the o is stressed, while the a is pronounced)
If you try to pronounce orange as one syllable, you'd get something like onsh.
I wonder why people have such difficulties with syllables (though the difficulty for plattitude seem to be more with the rhyming) I have seen it a surprising number of times on this site, for words where I couldn't even imagine how someone could see it in a different amount of syllables. It is seriously astounding to me (and no it is not something like "I don't believe people didnt know this or that answer" because peoples interests lie in different areas. and the exposure is different, europeans cant be expected to know everything about america and vice versa for instance. So that is understandable.)
I wonder, is strawberry one syllable too? or banana? From now on I am gonna argue with everyone that claims it has more than one syllable. (Sorry if this comment comes of slightly agressive, if so I didnt mean to, but this is one just baffles me, it is one of the more crazy things that has been allowed on this site, just as crazy as someone claiming denmark, the country is in Asia, and including it, because there is one person that disagrees that it is in europe...)
Just as Cleveland is also Cavaliers, even though their commonly called Cavs.
Knicks and Mets are the same thing.