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Pronounced: Ky-suh ("ky" rhymes with lye).
-- firewarrior  5/30/2005
Name means: Little Karin (Karin means pure). Karin is a form of Katherine. The "aj" makes an "eye" sound.
-- firewarrior  5/30/2005
"Kajsa Kavat" is an Astrid Lindgren book, translated into Brenda helps grandmother.
-- Anonymous User  12/16/2005
In Sweden Daisy Duck is called Kajsa.
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2005
I have a cousin by this name but her pronunciation is KAY-saw.
-- Riku  12/27/2005
This is my name, but I spell it with a "C" instead of a "K". I really don't fancy it at all.
-- Ceira  1/9/2006
My name is Kajsa and I pronounce it "k-eye-suh" (2 syllables though) or "ky-suh" like someone else here described it. Sometimes to help teachers say it correctly I'll tell them to say "kai-Zuh" because that tends to get people to pronounce it less like "kai-sah/saw" which sounds bad in my opinion.
-- rosigraphite27  12/23/2006
Also I'd just like to say that I really like my/this name. Maybe "Cajsa" really isn't as nice to live with, I don't know, but everyone always tells me that my name is pretty and I've always agreed :]
-- rosigraphite27  12/23/2006
My name's Kajsa and I've always loved it because I've always been able to associate with me and it's always felt like MY name. Like it describes something unique about me. But then again if I lived in Sweden instead of Illinois I probably wouldn't be saying this.
-- Anonymous User  12/23/2006
Actually, Kajsa is a pet form of Karin, which is a Swedish version of Katarina, so it is not really common as a pet name for Katarina at all.
-- Anonymous User  1/15/2007
This name is pronounced ki-sa. The i sound like in the word kite. The a sound is like the one found in dog, or log. That vowel sound.
-- kajsa.mc  11/23/2007
Kajsa means pure, immaculate or chaste in Swedish.
-- Anonymous User  10/13/2008
No, Kajsa doesn't mean anything in Swedish. It's simply a name.
-- Caprice  11/26/2010
I love this name! My dad's a full Swede. My parents named me Karen because Kajsa was too Swedish. And what's wrong with that? Call me Kajsa any old time! It's beautiful.
-- Swedishgirl  6/21/2009
I really like this name. It sounds very cold, icy, regal, mysterious and beautiful. Reminds me of the story "The Ice Queen". Ever since I read Wuthering Heights, I've loved Catherine and its variants, and Kajsa is one of my favourites. However, I prefer the spelling Caisa. I just don't like the look of "js", and Caisa reminds me of caisearbhán, which means "dandelion" in Irish (even though Caisa sounds nothing like caisearbhán!) But, with any spelling, Kajsa is a lovely name.
-- Ailis  2/14/2010

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