What does Cassee mean?
Cassee [cassee] as a girls' name is an English name, and the meaning of the name Cassee is "alert, watchful". Cassee is a version of Casey (Irish, Gaelic): from the male Gaelic name Cathasaigh. Cassee is also a form of Cassie (English).
Cassee has 49 variants: Cacey, Caci, Cacy, Caisee, Caisey, Caisi, Caisie, Cascy, Casee, Casi, Casie, Cassey, Cassi, Cassy, Cassye, Casy, Caycee, Caycey, Cayci, Caysee, Caysey, Caysi, Caysie, Kacee, Kacey, Kaci, Kacy, Kacye, Kacyee, Kaissie, Kasci, Kasee, Kasey▼, Kasi, Kasie, Kassey, Kassi, Kassie, Kassy, Kasy, Kaycee, Kaycey, Kayci, Kaysee, Kaysey, Kaysi, Kaysie, Kaysy and Kaysyee.Creative forms:
(female) Cassa, Cosee, ..
(male) Caser, Cassme, .. Middle name pairings:
Cassee Amyah (C.A.), ..
How popular is Cassee?
Cassee is an unusual first name for females. Cassee is an equally uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Casey (#814 from current records), Kasey (#1092), Kaycee (#1258), Cassie (#1264), Kacey (#1316), Kaci (#1573), Kassi, Kassie, Casie, Kayci, Kasie, Kasi, Cassy, Cassi, Kacy, Cassey and Kacee are the prominent variation forms of Cassee (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Kaycey, are seldom used. These forms of Cassee reached the height of their popularity in 1992 (average #1160) and have become much less conventional since (#1724, down 86%), with versions like Cassie becoming somewhat dated. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Cassee is alike in pronunciation to Cassia, Kascey, Kassia, Kessie and Kissie. Other recommended names are Cadee, Calee, Callee, Candee, Capree, Caree, Carlee▲, Carree, Cas, Casadee, Casha, Casia, Casidee, Cassidee, Catee (see Kate), Cathee, Caylee▼, Caysha, Chassey, Chassie, Chassy, Chesea, Chessie, Cissee, Cissey, Cissi, Cissie, Cissy, Classie, Daisee, Darsee, Hatsee, Lassey, Lassie, Maisee, Marsee, Nansee, Sissee (see Sissy), Tansee and Tassie. These names tend to be more commonly used than Cassee.See names in meaning and etymology.