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Meaning of the Name Cassi

The first name Cassi is of English origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Abbreviation of Cassandra. Unheeded Prophetess. in Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's Prediction of the Fall of Troy Was Unheeded

Similar Names

Cachi | Cai | Cas | Casca | Case | Casey | Cash | Cass | Cassio | Cassius |

Related Names

Andromeda  (Latin)
Daughter of Cassiopeia
Bianca  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Othello' Mistress of Cassio. 'The Taming of the Shrew' Daughter to Baptista, Sister to Katherina
Cassady  (Irish)
Variant of Cassidy: Intelligent; from Caiside; Curly-headed
Cassandra  (Greek)
One Who Confuses Men of Men (Cass, Cassie, Sandi, Sandra, Sandie)
Cassia  (Greek)
Spicy Cinnamon
Cassia  (Hebrew)
Cinnamon. A Variation of Kezia(Ke Zye Ah), One of Job's Daughters. Pronounces Ca' Sha
Cassia  (Greek)
Cinnamon
Cassia  (Greek)
A Star
Cassian  (Irish)
Curly-headed
Cassian  (Welsh)
Curly-headed
Cassidy  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Clever
Cassidy  (Gaelic)
Dever
Cassidy  (Irish)
Clever; Curly-headed
Cassidy  (Irish)
Clever (Casity)
Cassidy  (Gaelic)
Clever
Cassidy  (Welsh)
Curly-headed
Cassidy  (Irish)
Intelligent; from Caiside; Curly-headed
Cassie  (Greek)
From Cassandra- Prophetess
Cassie  (Greek)
Purity; Unheeded Prophetess. in Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's Prediction of the Fall of Troy Was Unheeded
Cassie  (English)
Unheeded Prophetess. A Diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. Cassandra Was a Trojan Prophetess, Daughter of King Priam. in Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's Prediction of the Fall of Troy Was
Cassiel  (Greek)
The Guardian of Capricornians
Cassio  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Othello, Moor of Venice' Lieutenant to Othello
Cassiopeia  (Greek)
Mother of Andromeda
Cassius  (Latin)
Narcissistic; Vain
Cassius  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' Instigator of the Conspiracy Against Caesar
Cassius  (Latin)
Vain
Cassivellaunus  (Celtic)
From Arthurian Legend
Kaz  (Polish)
From Cassius
Kezia  (Biblical)
Superficies, the Angle, Cassia
Kezia  (Hebrew)
Variant of Keziah: 'Cassia; Sweet-scented Spice.' Keziah Was One of Job's Three Fair Daughters in the Bible. This Name Was Popular With Puritans in the Th Century
Keziah  (Hebrew)
Cassia; Sweet-scented Spice. Keziah Was One of Job's Three Fair Daughters in the Bible. This Name Was Popular With Puritans in the Th Century
Pindarus  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' a Servant to Cassius

Additional Names

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