The latter, no matter how common, are incorrect, either because of the spelling that indicates another pronunciation, or because of what is widely agreed upon to be conventional usage.
Word of caution: I’m writing from an American perspective. The list is by no means exhaustive, but provides a good start.
drowned – This is the past participle form of the verb . et cetera – This Latin term is often mispronounced and its abbreviation is frequently misspelled.
The spelling calls for /FEB-ROO-AR-Y/, not /feb-u-ar-y/.
Please don’t add an IR to make it into the abomination does not have a D in its infinitive form.