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  1. #6
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    My immediate thought was yeah I love cashmere jumpers too...

    Sorry I currently work in a wool shop where we specialise in cashmere jumpers! So I automatically think of this cannot picture Cashmere as a name.

  2. #8
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    honestly... I really don't see that much of a difference between this name and Cassia (when it is pronounced Cash-ah).
    The name is basically Cash with an a on the end. Yes I have met a girl in real life called Kasha.
    It does sound extreme and I probably would shy away from using it... but people name their child Lacey and Satine which I do associate just as much with the fabrics. Other people may not, but I do.

  3. #10
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    I like the Casmira suggestion... though I still associate the name just as much with the fabric, it is a bit better

  4. #12
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    Thanks everyone who replied :-)

    @shalexis : thanks.Cash on a boy is great. I don't know as a stand alone on a girl though. I can see what you say about Cashmere be too much.
    @renrose : thanks. Don't worry :-) I want honesty. To be honest I associate it with the fabric also but I find it kinda of cool.
    @misschelseabeth : thanks. See renrose :-)
    @loveaura : thanks. I think I can see what you are trying to say. Casimira is cool. Reminds of Casimir which I love. Thanks for the suggestions :-)

    Sometimes it takes darkness and the sweet confinement of your aloneness to learn

    Anything or anyone that doesn't bring you alive

    Is too small for you

    DAVID WHYTE

  5. #14
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    @tori101 : you reply while I reply also.Thanks :-) I understand what you want to say. I'am guess that most of the people will think first of the cashmere jumpers but I don't find the association too bad.

    Sometimes it takes darkness and the sweet confinement of your aloneness to learn

    Anything or anyone that doesn't bring you alive

    Is too small for you

    DAVID WHYTE

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