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Thread: Cassie by itself?
February 28th, 2013 12:52 AM #11Senior Member
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February 28th, 2013 01:05 AM #13
I am a big believer in options. If you have a chance to give your child some versatility - especially since Cassie is a somewhat young-sounding name without a lot of gravitas - I would go ahead and give her a longer name and use Cassie as a nickname. Something longer with a little more gravity would work better in professional life.
Since you don't like Cassandra or Cassia, what about Cassiane? Casilda? Casiah? Casya? Cassidy?Mrs. H.
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February 28th, 2013 04:22 PM #15
Cassie would give your daughter the versatility that she may want. If you don't like Cassandra (I absolutely love it!), there are many other first name options with the nickname Cassie. Or, you could call her something like CAtherine SIEnna (just a example) and then have Cassie as a nickname? Good luck!Dougal Fitzwilliam Matthias † Skandar Christian Raphael † Richard Corentin Magnus
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