Is the first syllable like celery (so the name rhymes with “vessel”) or is the first syllable like seahorse (so the name roughly rhymes with “diesel”)? I’ve found resources that say both are correct, [sup]1[/sup] I’ve found sources that say only the latter is correct,[sup]2[/sup] and I’ve found sources that say the former is for surnames and the latter is for given names.[sup]3[/sup] This dispute has arisen before,[sup]4[/sup] and various people have claimed to have heard the Perfect Master speak His name (usually claiming the “SEE” version). There is even legend of a long-lost website FAQ that gave a definitive answer. But I don’t think it can be considered canon until He says so Himself. So what’s the word Cecil?
[sup]3[/sup] Surname/given name:
[sup]4[/sup] Old threads:
NOTE: Yes, everyone is aware that there is no such person. No need for [insert Ed Zotti joke here].