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September 18th, 2013 04:55 PM #6
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.
September 18th, 2013 04:58 PM #8
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.
September 18th, 2013 04:59 PM #10
I like the Casmira suggestion... though I still associate the name just as much with the fabric, it is a bit better
September 18th, 2013 05:02 PM #12
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 :-)“I am eternally, devastatingly romantic, and I thought people would see it because 'romantic' doesn't mean 'sugary.' It's dark and tormented — the furor of passion, the despair of an idealism that you can't attain.”
September 18th, 2013 05:04 PM #14
@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.“I am eternally, devastatingly romantic, and I thought people would see it because 'romantic' doesn't mean 'sugary.' It's dark and tormented — the furor of passion, the despair of an idealism that you can't attain.”