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A question for Ianthe

Milady Ianthe,

There has of late arisen a great debate between myself, Henry Best, and
a few others here, which you may be able to lay to rest once and for
all. This debate concerns the pronounciation of your name. As those of
us debating have never had the pleasure to meet you except here at the
tavern, we have not heard your name name is said. There has come much
speculation as a result, to whit, is it pronounced;

	Eye-auntie (though a Countess, I doubt you're as venerable as
		    some alledgedly aged Dukes that do inhabit here
		    and are called Grandpa by some who live a safe
      		    distance away)

or perhaps the I is pronounced as the Greeks do, as a J, and you're called;


I tend to favour this last one, as you have proven on more than one
occasion to have a jaunty wit and manner.

So if you please, could you clear up this small matter for us? As They
say (whoever They are), inquiring minds want to know.

In service,
Corun (fully expecting to be told it's pronounced like it's spelled)

   Corun MacAnndra   | "What's next?" "Old style? You roll over and go to bed.
 Dark Horde by birth |  New style? You go out for pizza and I never see you
   Moritu by choice  |	again."                         Cmdr S. Ivanova