Twenty-five years ago in Battersea, we tried to come up with a name. I went through the Reader's Encyclopedia, William Rose Benét's extraordinary work, trying to find a suitable proper name from literature or mythology which had not previously graced some other marque, and made a shortlist, but had only got as far as 'C' when we had to make a decision. I gave the list to Patrick who immediately chose this (Beatrice's antagonist in Much Ado About Nothing), saying that it sounded "quite Catholic and also as though it might be good for ..." (a part of the anatomy). It is still as good as ever.