pronounced like a soft g.
or the same sound as the Zsa, in Zsa Zsa Gabor.
I learned today that it's a persons name - not a caffeinated cola or a flash of lightening.
My interest in the name has sparked from a man I'm working with named Zsolt. (When i say working with I totally mean working nearby - within 10 feet but we have never been formally introduced - and he would more than likely be mortified that the girl in the office across from him without a door is blogging about his uncommon name).
The name comes from hungary - he was an old 10th century ruler.
And apparently Zsolt at apartment 11 and the 10th century ruler are not the only Zsolts in existence. here are other Zsolts:
And last but not least - Chunky Zsolt:
I definitely intend on pretending I was blogging about another Zsolt should the Zsolt that sparked this whole learning process should ever stumble upon this blog.