I'm sure this may have been brought up before...but I'm wondering what the consensus is here among this large cephalopod community. Do you guys pronounce 'cephalopod' with a hard C or a soft C? I have been saying it with a hard C (Kephalopod) since an important someone corrected me years ago. But I seem to be the only person to say it this way, and often get funny looks from my colleagues (but I'm the only cephalopod researcher at my uni..so they don't challenge me). I've heard David Attenborough say "kephalopod", but I've heard Roger Hanlon say "sephalopod"...so I'm confused. How do you guys say it? Do you consider one way 'wrong' or do you think they are both correct? I've been saying it this way for too long to change now...but I'm curious as to what you guys think.