Other Origin(s):British, Dutch, Latin
Meaning:Saxon; Knife, dagger, short sword
Sass is a gender-neutral appellation that can derive from any “Sa-” sounding name, from Aleksander to Sarah, Sassia, Sassie, Sasso, Sabina, and Asassak, to name a few. Most popularly considered Germanic in origin, multi-lingual Sass is seen as a descendant of the word Sachs, referring to the Anglo-Saxons. Sharing the roots sæx in Old English and sachsum in Latin, Sass ultimately means “knife,” “dagger,” or “short sword.” So, for the sassy baby full of sharp wit, Sass is a cutting-edge choice.
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