Between the suggestions thus far and my own thoughts,
nothing seems to really work except 'Perl'.
However, there's a *really* interesting option you
haven't explored yet.
I'm inclined to think that this question is of
the sort that he wouldn't mind receiving, and
he's put a lot of thought into the naming of
Of course, this is also the guy who considered
what the mascot for a language called 'Perl'
should be, and came up with, 'A Camel', so I
wouldn't expect his suggestions to be particularly
Anyway, it'd make a good story later on.
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