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August 22nd, 2013 08:54 PM #6
I do love this name. It's elegant but accessible, and a classy nature name. I would have to dig, but I believe it was used sparingly in the early to mid 1900s.http://www.onceuponatimebabynames.com/
Crushing on Gavia, Castalia, Tanith, Jilliana, Indrina, Tiarella, Ambrosia, Violetta, Lidia, Tanith
... ... Alaric, Macsen, Equinox, Jove, Hawthorn, Archer, Stellan, Rainier, Auberon
On again/off again: Lorelei, Chantilly, Richenza, Felicita, Alida, Camellia, Catilina, Tierney
August 23rd, 2013 09:47 AM #8Member
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- Nov 2012
I'm really falling in love with this name, I think it may have to take number one spot on our list!
August 23rd, 2013 10:02 AM #10
I've seen it spelt Kasia too (pronounced Car-sha) - just beautiful!My two precious treasures:
Sophira Li (Sophie) & Avaleigh Beth Gwendolyn (Aavie)
That's a gem of a name or a middle name!:
Sophira. Avaleigh. Lara. Mabel. Milena. Harlow. Angelica. Emiliana. Ava. Emerald. Emmeline. Viviana. Lilliana. Gwendolyn.
Lilah. Beth. Gabrielle. Seraphine. River. Rosebud. Azalea. Magnolia. Arden. Daislah
August 23rd, 2013 07:40 PM #12Senior Member
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- Aug 2010
Cassia makes me think of the quote from The Duchess of Malfi: 'What would it pleasure me to have my throat cut with diamonds? or to be smothered with cassia? or to be shot to death with pearls?' So for me it's always had a luxurious feel, something you'd find in a Tudor court. It's a name you can imagine Shakespeare using for one of his heroines.