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a male or female given name, form of Cass.
Contemporary Examples

A YA post-apocalyptic alien invasion novel that follows the story of a teenage girl, cassie, and her brother, Ben.
Roald Dahl’s Grandson Luke Kelly’s Favorite YA Novels L.J.R. Kelly September 2, 2013

One of the people Joe would never hear about is cassie Johnston.
The Devil’s Drug: The True Story of Meth in New Mexico Nick Romeo August 23, 2013

Kit” —his wife of 40 years—“and cassie”—his only child—“ran to the door.
Requiem for a Tough Guy Kurt Andersen June 2, 2009

Historical Examples

Tom and Joe and cassie were behind it, with their loud voices.
Old Kensington Miss Thackeray

“The cassie J.,” read Spurling, deciphering the letters on the bow.
Jim Spurling, Fisherman Albert Walter Tolman

I can put the screw on cassie and Nell, and bring them along any evening.
The Luckiest Girl in the School Angela Brazil

It was the miller’s wee cassie, and she called out as she ran by.
The Children’s Book of Christmas Stories Various

A cazzie, or cassie, is unexpectedly thrown over the head of a person.
The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland (Vol II of II) Alice Bertha Gomme

The miller’s wee cassie stood there, peering at him out of the darkness.
The Children’s Book of Christmas Stories Various

cassie sat swinging the button-hook in her hand and thinking very hard and fast.
McClure’s Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 4, September 1893 Various


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