What you explained maybe the case for Arabic, but for local languages
here, such as Urdu, Pashto, Punjabi, etc. it isn't the case. ذكر is
pronounced as "Zekr" only. IMO, even in English it's pronounced as
"Zekr".

And I don't think changing the name is any good idea.

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