Meaning:Son of Cassius; Empty; Cinnamon; Curly-headed
Cassian is a boy's name of Latin and Irish origin. This elegant choice is both a saint's and Latin clan's name that translates to "son of Cassius" and refers to one of the oldest families in Rome. A variant of the Latin word cassus, it translates to "empty." This can celebrate baby as a blank canvas with the potential to be filled with knowledge and experience in the future. Cassian may also come from the Latin name Cassia, which translates to "cinnamon" and gives the moniker a spicy, aromatic vibe. If you want to celebrate your little one's Irish roots, Cassian can come from the Irish name Cassidy and the Gaelic name Caiside. Since it describes someone as "curly-headed," it's perfect for baby with genetics for looping locks! Cassian is a rare name with heaps of potential to help your little one stand out from the crowd.
Cassian Name Popularity Data
The Bump Ranking
Overall:Cassian is currently #586 on The Bump
Boy:Cassian is currently #165 on The Bump Boy Names
Overall:Cassian is currently #1953 in U.S. births
Boy:Cassian is currently #668 in U.S. births
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Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Cassian
Online Etymology Dictionary, Cassius, September 2017
Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Cassia
Ancestry, Cassidy Family History
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