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  1. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by sugarfoot View Post
    The character from game of thrones is spelled Cersei, so that would be sur-see whereas Circe is supposedly Kir-ka? I'm also confused, and saddened by this realization.
    Ha ha, ypu're totally right! I'm so used to Circe being said that way in my head that I got I confused! Well I guess if you want that pronunciation you could go with that spelling, but then everyone would assume you got it from Game of Thrones

  2. #8
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    You can choose the rponounciation of Circe. I like sur-see, but you can also say kur-keh.

  3. #10
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    I think both pronunciations are considered acceptable.....This site gives only the soft "sur-see" pronunciation as the correct one:

    http://www.howjsay.com/index.php?wor...&submit=Submit

  4. #12
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    If you like it, use it. And pronounce it however the hell you want. Most people are going to pronounce it the way you like it anyway. Or spell it the GoT way - Cersei - if pronouncing it "incorrectly" bothers you.

    If you love it, go for it.

  5. #14
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    And honestly, how many people in the real world are going to pull you up on it?!

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