Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
Cecil is the Anglicized form of the Welch given name "Seissylt", which
derives >from the Latin given name "Sextilius" -> >from Sextus == sixth
Cecilia has a completely different root: the Latin male given name
Caecilius, which was an old Roman *family name*, derives >from the byname
"Caecus" which means "blind". Thus, indeed Cecilia derives >from Caecilius,
but Cecil *does not*.
As for the correlation between Cecilia and Suessel, certainly its author
has a very rich imagination :-)
| Subject: Re: Cecil corresponds to what?
| ==Cecil comes >from Latin Caecilius and is thought to have meant "of
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