This word does not come from Old Norse. --EncycloPetey 23:09, 7 June 2010 (UTC)
very well, but i wouldn't be me if i didn't point out the irony of your name in relevance to your grammatical correction. have a metal day.
i based the edit on this definition at merriam webster that says it is?
Main Entry: ce·phal·ic Pronunciation: \sə-ˈfa-lik\ Function: adjective Etymology: Middle French céphalique, from Latin cephalicus, from Greek kephalikos, from kephalē head; akin to Old High German gebal skull, Old Norse gafl gable, Tocharian A śpāl head Date: 1599
1 : of or relating to the head 2 : directed toward or situated on or in or near the head
— ce·phal·i·cal·ly \-li-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
- OK, sorry, new to this, i'll minimize my edits and master my patience(lol), god speed.