Cassie is an English girl’s name that is the diminutive of Cassandra and Cassidy. It means “prophetess” or “descendant of the curly haired”. Cassie has dropped off in popularity in the last decade in favor of the longer versions of the name.
Meaning of the name Cassie:
English: prophetess, descendant of the curly haired
Origin of the name Cassie:
Cassie is an English girl’s name that is a diminutive of the names Cassandra and Cassidy. Cassie means either “prophetess” or “descendant of the curly haired”.
Symbolism of the name Cassie:
The prophetess Cassandra was said to be told the future by snakes that would whisper in her ear. The snake is a symbol of wisdom and knowledge to the ancient Greeks.
Style of the name Cassie:
Gender of the name Cassie:
Cassie is a girl's name.
Pronunciation of the name Cassie:
Number of syllables in the name Cassie:
Emotion evoked from the name Cassie:
Cassie evokes feelings of warmth and compassion.
Alternative spellings for the name Cassie:
Kassie, Cassy, Casie
Nicknames for the name Cassie:
Popularity of the name Cassie:
According to the Social Security Administration, Cassie is a baby girl’s name that was on the top 1000 list for more than a century before disappearing from the list in 2010.
Related names for the name Cassie:
Great middle names for the name Cassie and their meanings:
- Emilie (work)
- Alina (bright, beautiful)
- Alessandra (defending men)
- Livia (blue, envious)
- Zara (blooming flower)
- Evie (life)
- Grace (grace)
- Wren (small bird)
- Rowan (rowan tree; little redhead)
Famous people with the name Cassie:
- Cassie Powney (English actress)
- Cassie Campbell (Canadian ice hockey player)
- Cassie LaRue Gaines (American singer)
- Cassie Davis (Australian singer-songwriter)
- Cassie Yates (American actress)
Cassies in popular culture:
- Cassie Howard (television, “Euphoria”)
- Cassie Ferguson (musical “A Chorus Line”)
- Cassie Kennington (film, “Have Dreams, Will Travel”)
- Cassie Newman (television, “The Young and the Restless”)
- Cassie Rose (video game, “Minecraft Story Mode”)