Quite common on european names
Jaya-Warden-Epura. Not hard, once you've memorized it.
Breaking it into pieces/ syllables helps. Rey-kja-vik (pronounced righ (like high) kja like em kja and vik (like thick) here)
It means bay (vik) of smokes by the way, reykja is the genitive plural. (from reykr=smoke, in dutch smoke=rook, and in german it is rauch, english reek is most likely related, shakespeare still used it meaning smoke/fumes)
So smoke bay, maybe you can remember is it reek ya wick ;)
(but not always)
Here we usually just write NYC (city) or NYS (state) to differentiate between the two if the meaning isn't clear from the context.