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Gender: M Origin of Cass: Diminutive of Casper etc

A lighter if more feminine variation of any of the weightier names beginning with Cas; once associated with singer Mama Cass.

Famous People Named Cass

(Thomas) Cass Ballenger, U.S. Congressman from North Carolina
Cass Browne, drummer for English band The Senseless Things
Cass Gilbert, American architect
Cass McCombs, American singer-songwriter
Cass Robert Sunstein, American legal scholar
(Augustus) Cass Canfield, American publisher
Casimir Eugene "Cass" Michaels, American baseball player

Pop Culture References for the name Cass

"Cass Timberlane," novel by Sinclair Lewis, 1947 movie, and main character
Cass Kinsolving, character in "Set This House on Fire" (1961) by William Styron
Cass Cadwallader Winthrop, character on American soap "Another World"