Other Origin(s):Czech, German, Greek
Meaning:One who shines and excels over man; Blackbird
Kass is a gender-neutral appellation beloved in Slavic-speaking communities that comes with a wealth of origins. Kass is a form of the Greek Cassandra, meaning “one who shines and excels over man.” Cassandra was the name of the Trojan princess and priestess of Apollo, who was cursed so that no one believed her prophecies. Despite her tireless efforts to warn everyone, Troy fell at the hands of the Greeks. Kass is also a German surname inspired by the Czech word kos, meaning “blackbird.” Kass is a youthful rendition of a timeless classic and honors a strong female figure in Greek mythology. This elegant appellation will remind baby Kass to let their intuition guide them on life’s great adventure.
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