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What does Cassandre mean?

Cassandre Pronunciation of Cassandre as a name for girls has its root in Greek, and the meaning of Cassandre is "shining upon man". Cassandre is an alternate form of Cassandra (Greek): perhaps a variant spelling of Alexander.


ASSOCIATED WITH greek, shining (light)


VARIANTS Kassandre, Kasandera, Casandera

OTHER FORMS VIA CASSANDRA Casandra, Casandri, Casaundr, Casaundra, Casondra, Casoundra, Cassandrea, Cassandry, Cassanndra, Cassaundra, Cassondra, Cassondria, Cassundra, Kasandra, Kassandra, Kassaundra, Kassondra



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How popular is Cassandre?

Cassandre is an uncommon given name for women. Cassandre is also a unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Popular alternative forms of Cassandre (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) rated in the Top 2000 are Cassandra (#662 FROM CURRENT RECORDS), Kassandra (#1014), Casandra, Casondra, Cassaundra, Cassondra, Kasandra and Kassondra. Adoption of these forms of Cassandre was common in 1993 (ADOPTION OF 0.5%) and has become significantly lower since, with versions like Kasandra falling out of fashion. (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Casandra, Casondra, Cassandra, Cassaundra, Cassondra in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Kasandra, Kassandra, Kassondra in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Cassandra outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar-sounding names are Alesandare (see Alexandra), Alesandere, Alessandre, Alexandre, Alissandre, Cadance, Calandra, Calandre (see Calandra), Calandria, Calanthe, Calendre, Candance, Candee, Candie, Candra, Caranda, Casadee, Casidee, Cassadi, Cassadie, Cassadina, Cassady, Casse, Casseday, Cassee, Cassiddy, Cassidee, Cassidey, Cassidi, Cassidie, Cassidy, Cassie, Cassilda, Cassye (see Casey), Chandra, Chasadie, Chrysandra, Corisande, Corissande, Diandre, Jessandra, Lasandra, Leandre, Lissandra, Lissandre, Lyssandra, Malyssandre (see Melisande), Melisandre, Melissandre and Melyssandre (see Melisande). These names tend to be more frequently used than Cassandre.

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