In ancient Greek 'Kassia' was the name of a spicy herb. The word 'ops', 'opos', (first 'o' is an Omega, second an Omicron- ùø, ùðïò, means 'eye', or 'face'. The closest translation of the name Cassiopeia in our days would be 'spicy eyes', or 'hot eyes'. (See also Eur-opa, 'wide eyes', etc.) Other Greek names starting with the prefix Cass- (Kass-) in ancient Greek: Kassalia Kassandra Kassandriane Kassandrides Kassandros Kassia Kassianos Kassias Kassios Kassis Kassiotas Kasstor Kasstoridas Kasso
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