Hello all, The name of the main character in my very favorite poem is "Nesace", which I am told is from the Greek for "little island". I am wondering how to pronounce it. If it's "NES-uh-see", as some have suggested to me, then I don't understand why one S sound is transliterated as "s", and one as "c". Can someone tell me for sure how it is pronounced, and possibly explain the C/S thing to me? Thanks a lot; it's a burning question.