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Like Pidgeot is confirmed to be both Pid-jit and pid-gey-ot

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'Sinnoh official guidebook' The guidebooks and stuff are not to be trusted sometimes, many mistakes slip through. Also Arceus is now Ar-key-us because Ar-see-us sounds like a naughty British word
Why don't "cough" and "through" sound the same?

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As far as I know (and my research shows), there are no Pokemon that actually have multiple pronunciations... simultaneously, that is.

To your end, though, there have been some Pokemon that have changed their pronunciations over the years. Although not exactly your question, here is the list:

Arceus, from ar-see-uhs to ark-ee-uhs...

...and that's all. There have been handbooks and various unofficial sources that have different pronunciations (e.g. the old dubbing of the anime, various Stadium games).

It's very possible, though, that I'm missing something -- if anybody finds anything, please feel free to post your own answers!