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Originally Posted by renrose
Is that because you're saying it like 'cassy-us' instead of 'cash-us' perhaps?
Do people pronounce it that way?
I would pronounce it Ca-shus/Cash-us
I also think Caz would work as a nn even without a Z middle name.
Maybe because I am Aussie but I have never known as Cassius and wouldn't have even thought of Cash as a nn.
I agree Cash is not my taste either for the same reasons you said.
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