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Gender: F Pronunciation: kass-ee-OH-pee-uh Origin of Cassiopeia: Greek mythology name

Cassiopeia, the name of a mythological mother who became a stellar constellation, is challenging but intriguing, and has all those softening Cass nicknames available. With the rise of other otherworldly and mythical choices, from Apollo to Jupiter to Juno, Cassiopeia may just feel more possible for mortals now than ever before in its long history.

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Pop Culture References for the name Cassiopeia

Cassiopeia, queen of Aethiopia and mother of Andromeda in Greek mythology
Cassiopeia Marie "Cassie" Sullivan, the protagonist of "The 5th Wave" book series by Rick Yancey and the 2016 film of the same name
Cassiopeia, fans of Korean pop group TVXQ
Cassiopeia, character on TV's "Battlestar Galactica"
Cassiopeia, character in "The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing" by M. T. Anderson
Cassiopeia, the Serpent's Embrace, character in video game "League of Legends"
Cassiopea, the first Queen of Lireo on Philippine TV's "Encantadia"
Cassiopeia Black, pure-blood witch in the Harry Potter series
Cassiopeia, tortoise in "Momo" by Michael Ende
"Cassiopeia," song by Sara Bareilles

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