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I don't like the name "Casey" normally, but it's much better spelled that way rather than "Kacie"! "Kacie" just doesn't look right for some reason.
scarletquillraven  3/23/2007
It seems a lot more feminine than Casey.
Evil  8/23/2007
There will inevitably be some who will try to say it as "khaki", and that will just lead to "Tacky Khaki". Believe it! Oh, and I think some playground genius will try to associate it with "cacky" which is a proto-slang word in the US meaning "distasteful"! "Tacky cacky khaki Kacie!" argh! Having a "k" and a "c" together like this in a name is way more "risky", in terms of bullying potential, than the "c" and "s" of the original, Casey.
leananshae  12/29/2007
Kaci (I don't know her last name) plays Martha in the High School Musical movies.
Ivy Reese  3/23/2008
Kaycee (note the spelling difference) Stroh plays Martha in the HMS movies, not Kacie.
Skittsie13  3/24/2008
Believe it or not parents, "Casey" (which was once a male-only name) is not the only name out there; there are thousands of lovely names out in the world and for whatever reasons this illiterate and undignified name appears on every sixth girl in kindergarten.
gaelruadh19  1/27/2009
This is my cousin's name, and she's never had any trouble with it. I think the name is alright.
cielo  12/21/2009
This spelling is so cutesy. That it actually looks like a nickname, not a name. Besides, Casey is actually one of my favorite *boy's* names, so I would never consider using a variant for a girl's name in the first place.
erb816  3/4/2010
I've warmed up the the name Casey (in its ORIGINAL FORM) for both guys and girls, but this spelling seems really dated.
Chrila96  12/10/2010
This is my name and I'm surprised by the many negative comments. The name Kacie has a strong meaning and made me stand out amongst the so many girls named "Kate" and "Katie" in my class at school. While I always have had to correct people on the spelling, no one has ever misprounouced my name. And, while I (and many others) consider "Casey" and its many variations of spelling to be more masculine, this spelling is clearly more feminine.
― Anonymous User  6/11/2016
This spelling honestly doesn't make for a very intuitive pronunciation. I can think of several ways besides KAY-see this spelling could be pronounced by someone who isn't aware it's a kreatyv spylyng, like KAH-kee, KAH-see, and KAH-tsee.
Anyechka  12/13/2016

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