'cecil' can also refer to...

Admiral Sir Guy Charles Cecil Royle (1885—1954)

Air (Cecil Taylor album)

Alfred Cecil Critchley (1890—1963) greyhound racing promoter and aviation administrator

Alfred Richard Cecil Selwyn (1824—1902) geologist

Anne Cecil (c. 1600—1630) noblewoman

Arthur Cecil (1843—1896) actor

Arthur Cecil Gask (1872—1951)

Arthur Cecil Pigou (1877—1959) economist


Cecil A. Rice

Cecil Alec Mace (1894—1971)

Cecil Armstrong Gibbs (1889—1960) composer

Cecil Aronowitz (1916—1978)

Cecil Arthur Lewis (1898—1997) airman and radio and television broadcaster

Cecil B. De Mille (1881—1959) American film producer and director

Cecil Beaton (1904—1980) photographer and designer for screen and theatre

Cecil Belfield Clarke (1894—1970)

Cecil Bendall (1856—1906) Sanskritist

Cecil Bernard Oldman (1894—1969) bibliographer

Cecil Bødker (b. 1927)

Cecil Bridgewater (b. 1942)

Cecil Brower (b. 1914)

Cecil Brown (b. 1943)

Cecil Calvert (1605—1675) colonial promoter

Cecil Campbell (1911—1989)

Cecil Charles Hudson Moriarty (1877—1958) police officer

Cecil Charles Madden (1902—1987) radio and television producer

Cecil Chetwynd Kerr (1808—1877) Roman Catholic convert

Cecil Claude Brewer (1871—1918) architect


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Old name for fried meat balls.

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