Posts tagged Cass

One of a kind- BA’s from Christchurch Weekend Press 2012


Albie, Alfie, Arlo, Arthur & Ash

Barnaby, Blake & Bruno

Callum, Cass, Conrad & Cormac

Dash, Deacon & Dylan

Eli & Ezra

Fergus, Finnian & Fraser



Jasper, Jimmy, Jock & Jonty

Kawariki, Keegan & Kobe

Leon, Logan & Luke

Mac, Mateo, Miles & Morgan

Nate, Ned & Nico

Orlando & Oscar



Rhys, Rory & Ruari

Scott & Sean

Tadhg, Taine, Tiakingahere & Tom


Zac, Zade & Zak





Alexia, Autumn & Avelina

Bellamy, Beth & Bridie

Carys & Claire


Elsie, Esther & Evie

Flora, Francesca & Freida

Genevieve & Gretal

Hollie & Honor

Imogen, India & Isabel


Katherine & Keira

Lila, Louisa & Lulu

Mae, Mathilda & Mila

Nina & Nuria



Saskia, Sofia & Summer

Tessa & Tilly


Zarlee & Zia

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Christchurch, NZ weekend press BIRTHS, March- Zade Vaneglis.


Conrad Robert

Quinn Harley- Fleur

Marco Alister

Zade Vangelis- Ezra

Cass William

Colton David- Logan & Harper

Cormack James- Maisie

Alfie Jack- Riley

James Solomon

Jed Thomas- Ollie & William

Nate Andrew- Cooper, Flynn, Archie & Freddie

Braxton Murray

Louie Ray- Hugo


Ruby Ophelia- Flynn

Alexandra Maisie

Daisy Grace- Lilly Rose

Saskia Grace

Genevieve Louise

Gretha Onoua Ivy- Harriet, Thomas, Stella, Douglas & Archie

Ayvah May

Rosa Josephine

Autumn Fox- Summer & Julia

Ruby Frances


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Name for today- April 4th

 By Marlèned


Casimir is a boys name.

It is said KAZ i meer.

It comes from the Polish Kazimier which means announcement of peace.

King Casimir IV choose celibacy over marriage.

Four Kings of Poland have beared this name.

Popularity:  BOYS

Variants/Nicknames: Casey, Cass, Cassie, Cassy, Kazimier, Casmir, Kazmer, Casimiro, Kazimiro, Kázmé.

Comments on Casimir:

It’s origin is Polish and it is sometimes considered to mean peacemaker. However, it is comprised of two Slavic words; kazic “to destroy” and mir “peace” or alternately mer “great. With this interpetation it means literally “Great Destroyer/Destroyer of Peace”. It was especially popular among Polish immigrants in the early 1900s in the United States.

It took me a few minutes to let it sink in, but after better understanding the pronunciation, and thinking about all the potential middle names to go along with it, I’m really starting to find a warm spot for it. What a nice (elegant) name!

— Athena_skye 8/29/2006


The Best Baby Name Book by Sue Nicholson.

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