Growing up I had a friend who mispronounced things.
An innuendo was an inda-windo. “Wynne” was Wine. And “vice versa” was vysa versa.
(Well, a lot of people say the phrase that way.)
Still, I cringed at her pronunciation. Didn’t she know it was VYCE versa? Honestly.
It’s not, though. Latin vowels follow rules of pronunciation similar to the rules of Spanish, which means that “vice” is actually two syllables. And “v” is said like “w.” And the c’s are hard, making a “k” sound.
So, according to Wikipedia and my limited knowledge of Latin, “vice versa” is more correctly pronounced “WEE-keh ware-sa.” * (Remember how to pronounce “Veni, vidi, vici?”)
* This is a textbook example of something that, if you actually pronounce it correctly, will make you look like a total idiot.