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Fri Oct 14 02:14:17 BST 2016
'Hecate' is pronounced by modern Pagans, Witches, Polytheists, and Hellenists, Revivalist or otherwise, in a few different ways. The Greek pronunciation seems to be HECK-ity, so that's the one I use to address or to refer to my Matron (as we refer to those Goddesses we follow, particularly honor, or are in service to). HECK-at (Shakespearian), or heh-CA-teh are also common. 'Athame' has a couple of accepted pronunciations, but one of my co-religionists makes it rhyme and match cadence with "whammy", making most of us wince.
I remember when Katherine's (aka in the SCA: Lady Bevin Fraser of Stirling) first book came out and people were uncertain of the pronunciation of 'Deryni'. In this list, Jim Davis, Ma Foxti, and I knew her before the first book was published, when she was working for the LAPD.
A. Marina Fournier
Saffronrose at me.com
You may very well think so, but I couldn't possibly comment.
ooh, in between other stuff I'm working my way through the Deryni books. I'm up to King Javan's year.
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