Cassia Meaning in English, Cassia Baby Name Origin Gender Meaning Pronunciation

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Boy, Girl
Ancient Roman, Greek
Feminine form of CASSIUS.
Related Cassia Baby Names
Dagon, Thomas, India, Olivia, Jonathan, Jonah, Ephraim, Rachel, Brook, Eunice, Adria, Luke, Boaz, Christian, Cain, Absalom, Ada, Dorothea, Tanner, Agate, Honour, Stephen, Saul, Cyrus, Bithynia, Amariah, Jude, Bethany, Jeremy, Cairo, Thaddeus, Adrieon, Alok, Cadrian, Caizen, Joss, Amill, Aceon, Aegis, Alseia, Alyssia, Ashia, Asia, Bacia, Bansi, Basha, Bashiga, Bashira
Similar Cassia Baby Names
Keziah::Cace, Cacey, Cacia, Cahya, Cai, Caius, Case, Casee, Casey, Cass
Sibling Names
Samantha, Isabella, Brianna, Emily, Christina, Victoria, Alyssa, Hannah, Madison, Abigail, Alexandra, Alexis, Zachary, Nicholas, Michael, Matthew, Alexander, Jacob, Christopher, Benjamin, Cameron, Brandon, Christian, Anthony
Middle Names
Laci, Love
Cassia as a girl's name is pronounced KASH-ah. It is of Greek origin. From Greek "kasia", a type of the spice cinnamon.
The name Cassia has a numerology value of 3 In numerological terms, this means the following CommunicationThe act or process of communicating; fact of being communicated.The imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs.Something imparted, interchanged, or transmitted.InteractionReciprocal action, effect, or influence.:: Numerology SoulUrge Number: 11 People with this name have a deep inner desire to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters. Expression Number: 7 People with this name are excellent at analyzing, understanding, and learning. They tend to be mystics, philosophers, scholars, and teachers. Because they live so much in the mind, they tend to be quiet and introspective, and are usually introverts. When presented with issues, they will see the larger picture. Their solitary thoughtfulne